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The Fellowship and Star

Formerly known as the Fellowship Inn and famously used as a training base by one of Britain’s best ever boxers, Sir Henry Cooper, for his fight with Muhammad Ali, this Grade II listed building in south east London has recently undergone a £4 million refurbishment thanks to a National Lottery Heritage Fund secured by Phoenix Community Housing.

The Fellowship and Star, operated by Electric Star Group is now home to a fully refurbished and much-loved local pub, a cinema, theatre, café, music and events space.

Working closely with Electric Star Group and their team of interior architects and graphic designers, we provided wayfinding and brand signage throughout the venue, from strategy through to design and implementation.

The signage needed to reflect the modern finishes of the new interior as well as be sympathetic to the many original refurbished historical features of the building. The project included traditional hand painted gold leaf external signage, hand painted wayfinding signage, illuminated cinema signs and listings displays as well as branded feature signs for the cinema, café and music space.

 
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