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Private Drama

Wednesday, August 12, 2015 - 21:45
The Serpentine 

Private Drama were honoured to be asked to create an immersive environment inspired by the design of the new SelgasCano Pavilion at the Serpentine to celebrate its corporate launch at the end of June.  

We drew upon the imagery, texture, colour and feel of the Pavilion’s construction materials to design an entertainment experience which reawakened the stories and characters from the past that dwelt within Kensington Gardens.

This was reflected in the casting and costuming of a range of performers including immersive actors who created an incredible living tableau and interacted with the guests,  a sequence of fantastical ground based circus performers in bespoke brightly coloured costumes,  a smartly suited jazz band and London’s top contact jugglers and close up magicians who intrigued and enraptured the guests with their dexterity and sleight of hand