Property sector brings curtain down on stuffy image

It must surely have been Cannes most unusual premiere. A new play called “Behind the Iron Mask” made its debut in France to rave reviews.

“Extremely novel,” says Patrick Plant of Linklaters. “Thought provoking and very enjoyable,” says Richard Gage of United Biscuits. “The most effective marketing initiative I have ever seen,” says Michael Stancombe of Lovell White Durrant.

Marketing initiative? “Behind the Iron Mask” is a short play commissioned by property advisors Chesterton to present the “options open to the modern property occupier” challenging what Chesterton says are outmoded perceptions of the property industry as “conservative, traditional and slightly stuffy”.

UK audiences will have a limited opportunity to sample this unique thespian experience later this month, so get your tickets before Broadway beckons.

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