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The Big Production - Event Ticket Printing | Event Ticket Printing

The Big Production

by ticketprinting on April 2, 2010

There is something quite special about theatre tickets.

Theatres large and small may find themselves in competition with the hundreds of free and convenient forms of entertainment favoured by modern audiences: TV, DVDS, Internet, and more, all offer digital entertainment to dazzle and hypnotize the masses. Most modern theatres find themselves scrambling to reach their audience through blogs, forums, and social networks. Selling theatre tickets is no longer simply a matter of announcing a theatrical production. You now must shout to be heard above the noise of a thousand viral videos, the din of streaming content, the roar of MP3s.

Enter your brightly coloured Event Ticket.

Even if no one is listening, you can still provide a quiet path directly to the audience’s eye. Simply print your own Event Tickets online, choosing vivid imagery and, if you choose, uploading your theatre’s logo directly to the ticket template. With a small, dedicated fan base, you can send your ticket into the world where it can do some good.

When you create beautiful Event Tickets, your tickets don’t end up in a drawer. If they are too pretty to be put away in a safe place, they will remain on view for the world to see: attached to the refrigerator or cork board, tucked under the corner of a blotter. There, they can quietly advertise your theatre to whomever passes by.

Choose a proper design and those tickets will continue to call attention to your troupe long after the curtain closes. Lovely ticket stubs remained tucked in mirror frames or saved in scrap books for years after the show has closed. For only a few pence, your low-tech theatre ticket can outlast the staying power of even the most potent viral video.

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