July 17, 2015
We provide entertainment for hundreds of events each month but every now and again, we’re involved in one that has to be seen to be believed. As such, we make sure to take lots of photos to prove just how incredible this particular event was and just for you, five of the most exciting events from 2015 are below. Who knows what the rest of the year holds?! (NB: You may also want to check out our National Gallery event yesterday).
Aerial Hoop @ Sothebys
A stunning event from early March, this aerial hoop performance was displayed at Sotheby’s as part of their celebrations for ‘Bear Witness’. Not only was the production absolutely stunning – the background adds a certain something to the event – but the costumes were designed specially for the performers and are available to be hired from our special department (you don’t have to, but they’d be perfect for Hallowe’en!)
I Heart Parties @ Under the Bridge
Ah, one of the events industry’s memorable showcases! Is there anything better? Not if this party was anything to go by. Guests were welcomed into Under the Bridge at Cheslea FC’s Stamford Bridge, where they were greeted by the ever-popular Wandering Hands and acrobalance trio, Acrochaps. Throw in some members of the Dhol Foundation, an incredible set by Beatvox and a barnstorming set from Hand Fulla Soul and you have yourself one hell of a party. Roll on next year!
Alice in Wonderland @ One Marylebone
The works of Lewis Carroll are an ever-present party theme with a number of events each month requesting something that links into Wonderland, be it the Cheshire Cat or the Queen of Hearts. Both were requested for this incredible event at One Marylebone, where balloon artists, actors, a juggler and Dan the magician were all on hand to ensure that the event went without a hitch. And since you’re no doubt wondering, no, we were not late for this most important of dates.
Glitterball @ Playboy London
Shimmer! Shine! Sparkle! That’s right, it’s time for a Glitterball at Playboy London. An impressive array of acts came out to help bring some seventies magic to this exclusive night out in Mayfair with Superhoopers and Motown Gold helping to get the party started before Smooth Sailors and a specially commissioned version of Sphere Contortion wowed guests. The ultimate entrance however, was reserved for the Mirror Man. Looking at the photos, it isn’t hard to see why.
Phantom of the Opera @ Natural History Museum
We’ve often marvelled at the way Heintze Hall can be changed to accommodate a multitude of different events, but even we were stunned by the beauty of arranging Phantom of the Opera within the Natural History Museum’s sumptuous surroundings. Using performers who had played the main parts in Andrew Lloyd Webber’s famous show on the West End, and providing the costumes to back it up, this was a performance of pure class that outlines just how unique a corporate or private event can be.
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By Henry Fosdike