The piece will take place 13th to 15th March, and will be an immersive combination of theatre, gameplay and cross dimensional travel through time and space (casual stuff) – Click ‘Continue Reading’ to hear from Wilfred, in his own words, to explain how you can attend…
The beautifully-shot video, which portrays rising tensions in a prison, follows an equally pretty promo for electronics giant Philips’ new Wi-fi controlled lights, which you can also peruse below.
From all of us here at RF HQ – well done Ms. Tcherniak.
Reuben Feels’ ‘Voice of Play’, Adam Johnstone, will be giving an hour-long talk next week (Tuesday, 11th February) at the Event Production Show, taking place at the Earl’s Court 2 Exhibition Centre.
The talk is titled ‘Creativity and Storytelling in Events’, in which Adam will explore the creative possibilities within the events industry, and explain how drama, narrative and interactivity bring a new dimension of engagement and excitement to the event space, for clients and guests alike.
There will also be pretty pictures.
To read more about the Event Production Show, and to purchase tickets, please visit the Official Website.
We were delighted to recently discover that our work on ‘Shenanigans’ at Bestival has received over 100,000 views on YouTube.
The project, our first collaboration with Carat Sponsorship and Tourism Ireland, proved popular with festival attendees, with over 1400 audience members having a craic-filled, eclectic and experience incorporating Irish charm and wit and showcasing the best that Dublin and Belfast have to offer.
The press also got stuck in, with the NME calling it one of the “Top 5 Things everyone is talking about at Bestival”, and both the Metro and the Guardian placing in their “Top 10 Moments at Bestival”.
We must admit: being on a list with Snoop Dogg and Elton John does give us a little tingly feeling.
If you’d like to see a longer cut of the video and some shiny photos, keep reading…
Well here we all are, another year under our burgeoning festive belts, and what a tremendous one it was. We’ve met some astonishing creators, collaborators and organisations in the last 12 months, and we wanted to share some of our highlights with you all.
We began the year with a bang, working with Foam London for Sony Music recording a Binaural App at Sony’s HQ to promote Hurts’ sophomore album ‘Exile’. An interactive story created in collaboration with the brilliant Francesca Gardiner. In an extension of the same narrative we bought the cult to life, indoctrinating fans and journalists at Hurt’s Album Launch Party.
Then we skipped over to California to make an immersive story for Symantec (for the second time) at their global HQ, consulting with the (real) FBI Cyber-Crimes unit, and the Cybersecurity Advisor to the White House shortly afterwards, Issie nipped to Buenos Aires on the invitation of Mondolez and Contagious to talk about stories (and win some dance competitions). And then it was April… Cue smug, exhausted, exhalation.
Reuben has had a wonderful Summer, as we hope you all have too. However, it’s so busy that our movement class has been left by the way side.
Good news is, it is making a return for the following series of dates -
Reuben Feels cohort and all-round lovely lady Emma Allen is a ‘Staff Pick’ on Vimeo today – and here’s why. Using nothing but Face Paint and a camera, and a LOT of time, she tells a beautiful story of death and rebirth. You may have seen Emma’s work at a Reuben Feels performance before – she’s worked with us launching Capcom’s Resident Evil: Operation Raccoon City last year, as well as our recent ‘Sensory Experience’ for ISES.
Emma’s wonderful video has been viewed over 150,000 times over the weekend, and for good reason. If you’d like to see her work up close and personal, she is exhibiting her work for the very first time this week at the Dalston Superstore.
Aren’t we proud?
He’s a member of our Creative Board, one fourth of the mega band Mumford and Sons, and increasingly he is gaining a reputation as a very talented professional photographer. Ted Dwane took some time out of preparing for his first photography exhibition, titled A Show of Faces, to discuss all things making and playing.
The exhibition will take place at the London Newcastle Gallery, 28 Redchurch Street, London, from the 16th – 24th November.
We meet at his East London home. He’s standing at the polished cement island in the centre of his kitchen, surrounded by black containers full of curious smelling liquids. Strung up around the edges of the room are lengths of negatives and direct to paper images.
I recommend we start with some warm up questions, he agrees. This is a man well versed at giving interviews…
Dear friends, colleagues, friends of colleagues, friendly colleagues, clients and general chums of Reuben Feels,
We are very happy to announce that we have been invited to showcase at the International Special Events Services (ISES) Halloween event on the 29th October, and we’d like to invite you to attend as our guest.
The showcase’s topic is ‘Storytelling and Events’, showing how narrative and participation can create more memorable events, and integrate with existing strategies, either standalone or as part of a campaign. We’ll also be delivering the keynote at the event.
Here’s a cheeky vid from ISES UK’s Summer Soiree (Ours will be a slightly… let’s say spookier affair), and hit ‘Continue Reading’ to see where you can snaffle some tickets.
Rolling into the balmy St Augustine (after a pit stop in Tupelo, birthplace of Elvis) we were very aware of nearing the end of our American adventure. The Floridian heat, beaches, and beautiful 16th century ruins would have fooled lesser theatre makers into thinking they could take a little holiday. We resisted the temptations and forged on, once again delving into the community in search of our final cast of playmates.