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2012 Dublin Festival Of Russian Culture – Sponsorship Opportunties

December 21, 2011

Sponsorship opportunities opened for 2012 Dublin Festival of Russian Culture,  organised by the Dublin City Council in association with the Moscow City Government, and taking place from February 20 to 27.

The week-long festival is made up of multiple free events and is designed to appeal to people all ages, and to increase knowledge of Russian culture within Ireland.

The Festival has had considerable success since 2009,  and has established a strong reputation with both the Irish and Russian communities attracting people from both Eastern European communities and Irish interested in Russia and Eastern European cultures, and generated substantial local and national media coverage.

The festival is dependent on the support of the sponsors, and in turn provides a direct brand exposure to the selected audiences.  The sponsorship opinions include:

  • Playing a supportive role in a high profile cultural and educational program that is actively supported by Dublin City Council and the Russian Community.
  • An opportunity to sponsor specific events which can be tailored to contribute to your business: see below
  • Branding of thousands of promotional materials located in high profile public locations throughout the City.
  • Branding on festival on-line and socials media.

Typically, sponsorship contributions range from €1,000 to €20,000 but the festival organisers are open to discussing with potential sponsors a figure with which they are comfortable from a selection of unique events suitable to your individual brand.

Below is a list some sample events that might be of interest to potential sponsors with additional options available on request.  If you would like to receive information on this unique opportunity contact Kathryn Byrne @ 01 668 0600 or kathryn.byrne @ limelight.ie.

Sample activities from 2012 events calendar:

  • Family fun. Family Day Out in Temple Bar Cow’s Lane and Essex Street – Over 7,000 visited  to sample and enjoy artisan food, family fun and entertainment, and much, much more!
  • Entertainment Event Sponsorship. Multiple unique and individual events taking place throughout the week covering a wide range of activities from children’s events to high profile music events including; “Russian Impressions: A View of Ireland” Russian photography / painting exhibition; Russian Patriarchate Choir & Concert of Trio Relict; High profile ‘Russian rock night’, among others
  • Theatre & Film. Preview screenings of popular Russian classics in the Irish Film Institute; Rare Russian theatrical productions performed in The New Theatre.
  • Musical performances. Traditional Russian music, dance performances and lunchtime music events.
  • Children’s Activities. Chess Challenge with Grand Master Alexander Baburin; Russian fairy tale story telling; poetry reading competition; School quiz.
  • Business Breakfast. Now becoming traditional gathering of the Irish businesses interested in Russia and visiting business guests and officials from Russia.
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