St George’s Day

St. George's Day, celebrated annually on 23rd April, is a tribute to England's patron saint, St. George. His legendary exploits as a brave soldier have become woven into the fabric of English folklore, embodying themes of heroism, courage, and triumph over adversity. One of the most enduring tales recounts St. George's valiant battle against a fearsome dragon terrorising a kingdom, demanding sacrifices and threatening further destruction. With unwavering resolve and faith, St. George vanquished the dragon, symbolising the eternal struggle between good and evil and solidifying his place as a revered figure in English culture. The red cross on a white background, representing St. George's courage and faith, is proudly displayed as an emblem of English identity and heritage. It serves as a reminder of the values upheld by St. George—strength, honour, and the defence of the innocent. While St. George's Day has a rich history of celebration, modern observances aim to promote national pride and celebrate the unique essence of Englishness. Festivities include parades, traditional customs, and cultural showcases, highlighting the rich tapestry of English traditions, literature, cuisine, and arts.

Client - Pushed
Producer - Dave Meadows
Animator - Joe de Noronha

Who we've worked with

City College Plymouth
Champion Groundworks
Plymouth Citybus
National Trust
Brittany Ferries
Fairway Furniture
Imperial College London