Tag Archives: Immersive Dining Experience

Hop on a magic carpet to The Vaults for an immersive evening at Aladdin and the Feast of Wonders

Aladdin and the Feast of Wonders is an immersive theatrical dining experience bringing laughs and thrills. I was invited on a complimentary basis to attend Jizzmines royal feast along with Steve a community member of Love Pop Ups London which we dined like royalty.

Darling and the Edge

Harriet Darling and Elise Edge love creating spaces that are exciting, unexpected and above all beautiful.

They like rolling up their sleeves and getting elbow deep in every part of a design, from edible experiences to interactive sound design, our spaces are unique and hand crafted. With a background in experimental performance art, and a self taught approach, they strive to provide an antidote to the boring and continuously experiment question, imagine and play.

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Immersive dining recommendations

There are so many fabulous unusual and immersive dining experiences in London to experience with new ones constantly popping up. To make it a little easier to choose which one you should do I thought I would write an article of my personal top five favourites.

Immersive Dining

What is immersive dining?

Well it is where you go along to eat but at the same time watch or even get involved with performances which is happening around you as in most cases improvisation and involvement from yourself may be required. Continue reading

A laugh a minute – Faulty Towers at The 4* Bloomsbury Hotel Restaurant

Faulty Towers is an interactive 2 hour dining experience hosted by Interactive Theatre International. You will have a laugh a minute.

Faulty Towers The Dining Experience

Faulty Towers poster

Firstly what is Faulty Towers?

Faulty Towers is a play by Interactive Theatre International.  The show is based on the classic TV sitcom Fawlty Towers that was broadcast on British television on BBC Two between 1975 and 1979. Only 12 episodes in total were made (two series of six episodes each). The TV show was created and written by John Cleese and Connie Booth, who also starred in the show. Continue reading

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