CAMPAIGN DIARY: New look for St Luke’s confuses the staffers even more than usual

St Luke’s was anything but groovy and West Coast the other day when its entire frontage was converted into an Edwardian building for the benefit of a period film being shot in the area.

St Luke’s was anything but groovy and West Coast the other day when

its entire frontage was converted into an Edwardian building for the

benefit of a period film being shot in the area.



Richard E. Grant and Helena Bonham-Carter were also spotted around Dukes

Road, dressed up in fancy dress for a filmic version of George Orwell’s

advertising classic, Keep the Aspidistra Flying.



Indeed, so authentic was the conversion of the agency’s premises into

the ’London Transport Publicity Offices’ circa 1913 that the St Luke’s

workforce was thrown.



’We have a meeting every Monday morning and everyone turned up looking

most confused,’ David Abraham, the agency’s marketing director,

says.



More ’confused’ than usual, that is, what with not having any desks and

stuff.



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