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Brunel Productions is a creative tribute to Isambard Kingdom Brunel, born in Portsmouth in 1806, an engineering genius who designed and oversaw construction of The Great Western Railway, along with stations en route including the architectural wonder that is Paddington. He also designed The Clifton Suspension Bridge and the first underwater tunnel in the world beneath The River Thames. He built three ships: SS Great Western, SS Great Britain and SS Great Eastern. Yet despite such success as Britain's greatest engineer most people have heard of him but few know much about him. Brunel Productions' mission is to use creativity to change the situation, the same as he changed Britain's  landscape. A formidable team has been gathered to create the first-class artistic attention Brunel deserves, in many cases some of the world's most successful creative personnel who cover all facets from music, to art, acting and education. As a team they are Brunel Productions.

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It all began at The Wiltshire & Swindon History Centre in 2020 where Richard Digance researched material for a Florence Nightingale documentary. Within the vaults were letters written to her by Brunel. These were not copies but the real thing and when Richard touched his signature, shown below, the very ink that probably had never been touched before, he felt a strange connection. He realised there needed to be a creative tribute to the iron artist who followed the 18th Century Industrial Revolution and thus the formidable team, all at the top of their professions, was gathered. 

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