Do you want to share the stories that define your business?
Use your past to illuminate your present?
Show the human face of your brand?
Perhaps you want to inspire new customers?
Or surprise old ones?
Every company has a tale to tell.
Let Nunkie Heritage find the most effective way of telling yours…
What we do
We help you engage with your public by telling them your stories. Where you came from. How you got here. What happened on the way. Where you're headed... Once we've got to know you ourselves, we produce high quality, accessible content, aimed at a variety of audiences, which we deliver through websites, films, books, brochures, blogs, multimedia and audio guides, social media campaigns, apps, guided tours, walks and live performances.
To discuss your needs and ideas please get in touch on 07722 859011 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Who we are
Nunkie Heritage is headed by Robert Lloyd Parry, a writer, historian and storyteller with degrees in Classics and Art History from the Universities of Oxford and London, and a passion for bringing the past to life. He has researched and written interpretive material for some of the finest museums in the world, scripted plays for BBC radio, and written features for a number of publications. He also devises and performs one-man ‘literary storytelling' shows, which he has toured throughout the UK, USA and Ireland. You can read more about this here.
Who we’ve worked with
Robert has worked with The British Museum, Tate Britain, The National Gallery, The Fitzwilliam Museum, The Royal Academy, The Liverpool Biennial, The Hermitage Rooms at Somerset House, The Royal Observatory Greenwich, Snowdonia Heritage and CADW, The National Museum of Tajikistan, Denver Art Museum, The Whipple Museum of the History of Science, The Cambridge Museum of Technology, The Shahnameh Project Cambridge, The British Film Institute, Hemingford Grey Manor, Cambridgeshire Libraries, Cipher Arts, Phaidon Press, Everyman Publishing, Swan River Press, Millennium Books, ZCZ Films, BBC2, BBC4, The Spectator, The Daily Telegraph, The Fortean Times, The Literary Review, The Stage, Minerva, What’s On, Plays International, The Ham and High, The Highbury and Islington Express, and The Cambridge News.
What people say
The Fitzwilliam has been excellently served by Robert as a writer and a partner in the creation of a number of websites. I have no hesitation in recommending him.
Margaret Greeves, former Deputy Director of the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge
Robert’s research was so thorough and impressive. He really got to know Lucy Boston and her house. And he produced a truly fascinating piece of writing, that has surprised and delighted her family and fans.
Diana Boston, The Manor, Hemingford Grey, Cambridgeshire
Robert brought the Royal Observatory's buildings to life in a highly imaginative way. He really unlocked the potential of this iconic building.
Dr Marek Kukula, Public Astronomer, Royal Observatory Greenwich
Robert's performances have brought the 19th century vividly and frightfully to life, amongst our Victorian collections. This is a really marvellous way to engage new audiences...
Pam Halls, Curator, Cambridge Museum of Technology
Robert's season of H.G. Wells's 'scientific romances' in our Victorian Parlour, were a huge success. He really is terrifically engaging and he's fantastic at choosing stories that suit the setting.
Joshua Nall, Curator, Whipple Museum of the History of Science, University of Cambridge