Presented by (Presenter Name)
The synopsis is displayed here in paragraph format. The synopsis for the show should be short and captivating. It’s recommended that the synopsis is less than 200 words.
Occasionally we may feature your event on the venue landing pages or Perth Theatre Trust website. When an event is featured, it displays a short 'teaser' along with the event. Teaser copy has a 250 character limit (including spaces) and is recommended that it be an engaging one sentence about your event that serves to bring visitors to click through to find out more.
You may also include a promo video link that we can embed into the webpage (Vimeo or YouTube). If a video link is supplied, it will sit directly below the synopsis and media quotes.
Find out more about image requirements and safe zones so your images are best represented.
"This presenter puts on amazing performances. Their dedication and skills are truly mind-blowing."
- Some Newspaper 2019
"If you like the arts, you’ll like this"
- Sir John Smith Jones 2018
We require three images with the below specifications
In this example event, the image you see above shows how your show/event image will appear.
This example image displays these elements:
As you can see, the focal point of the image is best placed in the centre within safe zone 1 (see below). We recommend your image does not include text as the name of the event is already listed on the page.
Visitors to our website view event pages using various sized devices including:
Our website is responsive to show more or less of the image, adapting to display areas as best fit on each device. We have safe zones to help illustrate how you should lay out your image. This means that according to the device being used, your image will appear slightly different. If you resize this browser window on a desktop, you can see how the image adapts to different widths. A good rule of thumb he best guide to make sure your focal point will always be visible is to put that focal point in the middle of the image.
This example image below includes highlighted zones to show you safe zones 1 and 2.
Safe zone 1 (pink)
Safe zone 2 (green)