“Nouska has managed all Park Theatre’s PR, forging great relationships with national and local press as the theatre has been taking shape. Her networking skills, her passion for theatre and enthusiasm for all that she’s involved with shines. We’re very pleased to have her on board for the opening of the theatre and its first season”
Jez Bond (Artistic Director, Park Theatre)
“I’ve never seen so much press coverage for a theatre before its even opened. Nouska is what we all want in a press rep: determined, energetic, relentless, optimistic and thorough. She has really put Park Theatre on the map”
Stuart Piper (Managing Director Cole Kitchenn)
“I have only wonderful things to say about Nouska Hanly’s publicity work on my production of Yellow Face. Thanks to her brilliant press campaign, our show was attended by a huge number of press VIPs and became a sell out success. We were hugely happy with the work Nouska did for us and I have been heartily recommending her work to other producers ever since.”
Lucy Fenton (Producer, Yellow Face at Park Theatre)
“Nouska Hanly has PR experience beyond her years. The job she has done for Park has generated exposure equal and above that of PRs who are more established. her drive and determination to place stories is impressive and very effective.”
Chris McGill (Park Theatre Board member and Owner of Milktwosugars, West End Promotions)
“Park Theatre is big news for the local community, and as a result is big news for Living North Resident (previously Living North). During the build up to the grand opening, I have on countless occasions wanted to piece together editorial features around Park Theatre – and Nouska Hanly has been a massive help in ensuring I hit deadlines. There have been times when I have contacted Nouska late in the day for last minute editorial, but she has still turned around everything I needed. Very efficient, helpful and friendly to boot, Nouska is the kind of PR that makes me really enjoy my job.”
Mark Kebble Editor (Group Editor, Archant London Magazine Division)
'We have been incredibly fortunate to work with Nouska Hanly. Her phenomenal press campaign for Unsung has resulted in excellent attendance and reviews of the show. Nouska is totally professional, calm and reliable - an absolute pleasure to work with. We look forward to working with her again in the near future.'
“Though I hadn’t had a play produced in London for over in two decades, Nouska Hanly found every opportunity to get the word out about my show. By placing features and getting reviews in the major outlets, prioritizing interviews to efficiently utilize my time, and always guiding me with skill and charm, she deserves much of the credit for making Yellow Face at Park Theatre a four-star success. I look forward to working with her again soon!”
David Henry Hwang (Obie & Pulitzer Prize-Nominated playwright, M. Butterfly, Yellow Face, Chinglish)
“I have known Nouska Hanly for six years. Nouska has a natural talent for writing and has previously covered my weekly column in the Sunday Express. Nouska has the ability to deal with the entire spectrum of the arts on a realistic but at the same time deeply informed basis, combining her writing talent, and PR skills to great effect.
An immense realist, Nouska has implemented her extensive experience in the theatre with her writing abilities and her wide ranging and thorough knowledge of the arts in general to great success with the work she has done for Park Theatre. I believe Nouska is one of the futureʼs great arts publicists.”
Jeffery Taylor (Author, Critic and Arts Feature Writer for
The Sunday Express. Vice President, The Critics Circle)
I have worked with Nouska on numerous stories and I have always found her to be bright, imaginative, dedicated and highly efficient. She is a committed and hard-working PR professional.
Rashid Razaq (Evening Standard journalist)
Nouska Hanly’s incisive and penetrating writing on performance springs out of an intelligent, sensitive mind and many years professional experience on the stage. She is diligent, careful and determined to get to the heart of any performance and lay it bare for the reader. Her independence and knowledge are manifest in every sentence she writes, and makes her work mandatory reading for anyone who wants to know what is going on in theatre today.
Guy Kennaway (Author: Jonathan Cape and Canongate, Sunday Express & The Indpendent)