June 21, 2016
Barely a week goes by where we aren’t up to something at the Natural History Museum and this time round, we were supported by a whole host of lookalikes seeking to ensure that our client really did experience the ‘Best of British’.
We love a well-themed party. We really do. From Steampunk to Narnia, we’ve experienced most of them at some point over the years and one of the most popular party themes is undoubtedly the ‘Best of British’ theme. Corporate parties are always great fun but could you really, hand on heart, describe them as groovy, baby? Now you can. Yes, we had our wonderful Austin Powers lookalike turn up in a car emblazoned with the Union Jack. How’s that for going the extra mile?
Also in attendance was our favourite Mr. Bean lookalike, who happily posed with Teddy and a smattering of Royal family lookalikes including the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge (or Prince William and Kate Middleton lookalikes, if you prefer), The Queen and Prince Harry. Of course, with the Royal family in attendance, you might be thinking that they’d need some form of security protection.
This is where our James Bond lookalike steps in. Or was it James Bond himself? He arrived in yet another luxury car and proudly posed for photos. It’s an oddjob really, but somebody has to do it. (Sorry). Finally we provided the remarkable all-singing, all-dancing troupe that is ToneAcity. These musical masterminds put in a performance to remember on top of Hintze Hall’s famous staircase. Brilliant!
All in all, yet another fabulous corporate event at a spellbinding venue. We can’t wait to return to the Natural History Museum and the exciting entertainment that lies in store!
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By Henry Fosdike