Dream appointment for Devon PR man and Thunderbirds fan
Devon public relations firm Tidy Eye PR has been appointed to provide services for TV legend and Thunderbirds co-creator Sylvia Anderson and film producer daughter Dee Anderson.
CEO of the Bideford-based company Raymond Goldsmith said: “I was extremely pleased to be asked to take on such a key role and very proud to become part of the very production that sparked my own interest in science fiction.
“The Andersons have also created GloTime.TV, a wonderful new multimedia platform to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the first showing of the original TV series. I will be assisting with site and social media promotion as well as covering creative director Dee’s activities as a producer/ director as she heads up new Anderson brand projects.
“Next year marks the first which is an A-list charity event called the Pink FAB Ball, to be held at the iconic Landmark Hotel in London on May 6, 2016.
“Besides A-listers, attractions will include iconic performers, themed tables, a raffle with exclusive prizes and the main event, a charity auction with exclusive memorabilia.”
All proceeds will be donated to Breast Cancer Care.
Goldsmith’s main function, due to a film industry background, will be providing assistance with a new TV series called The Last Station, an original Anderson concept, presently in development.
Cass Lewis, the bassist and co-songwriter of Skunk Anansie, is also a long time contributor to The Last Station team as musical director, science fiction consultant and co-writer.
Dee Anderson said: “Raymond is very proactive and is known as an out-of-the-box creative thinker.
“He’s already had a positive impact within the company and we’re looking forward to a long and fruitful working relationship.”
For tickets and group packages to the Pink FAB Ball contact Zena on 01273 921918 or 07776 207689. Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
(from a press release)