THE OWLS ARE NOT WHAT THEY SEEM: Twin Peaks Immersive Dining Experience – Preview

AN IMMERSIVE DINING EXPERIENCE INSPIRED BY THE WORLD OF TWIN PEAKS ARRIVES IN LONDON, 27 AUGUST – 17 OCTOBER

Launching in August 2015 in a secret central London location, fans of the cult TV phenomenon TWIN PEAKS will be able to delve into Lynch’s surreal view of small-town America, ahead of its 2017 revival.

Two of London’s most exciting events specialists are joining forces to create an experience like no other. Lemonade and Laughing Gas specialise in creating design-led, immersive, hyper-theatrical experiences and encounters. Together with Blanch & Shock, experts in food design and experimentation, they have created an imaginative, immersive environment inspired by the cult 90’s TV show and the surreal worlds of David Lynch films.

Guests will be treated to a 3 course meal, which will include a twist on a damn fine cup of coffee alongside a slice of cherry pie. Set within a fully Lynchian environment, there is an entire evening of entertainment where guests can truly explore the world of the characters, installations and sets created. All will end in a late night drinking den for more theatre, secret missions and bespoke cocktails.

If you wish to look the part for the event, dress code is surreal small town / extravagant Lynchian chic – think Agent Dale Cooper and his dapper suits, Shelley and her waitress uniform or the Log Lady and her mysterious accessory… Prizes will be awarded each evening for those who have dressed up.

“THIS MUST BE WHERE PIES GO WHEN THEY DIE” – SPECIAL AGENT DALE COOPER

MORE INFO:

Tickets for ‘The Owls Are Not What They Seem’ will be released on 17 July at Midday
Ticket price: £65
Preview tickets will be available for £50 for 27, 28, 29 August
Tickets to the themed bar only are £5
Register your interest at http://www.notwhattheyseem.com/

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  1. Helen aver

    I went last night and it was absolutely terrific. Really well done. A whole maze of different rooms you can wander around in, finding weird sh!t.

    The Black Lodge red curtains and chevron floors were totally just like stepping into that world. The graffiti in the toilets is hilarious- they provide pens and encourage you to draw Peaks and owl related comments and pictures.

    We took an owl for the owl room. My only issue is that it was mostly cool young people going who “were only 7 when the show aired” FFS.

    The food was delicious, coffee cocktails in the authentic thick white iconic coffee cups a highlight. Savoury doughnuts with soup dip, yum.

    Actors terrific especially Agent Cooper…..they created a great moment where the lighting changed and his coffee went slow and thick, very clever. ….apart from the dude who played Leo- I suspect he was a Gangster in the Secret Cinema Bugsy Malone production and has carried the accent and characterisation over to this.

    It’s not a big thing, maybe 30 people eating? It all felt really intimate and special. The other guests, despite their annoying youth, we’re all really up for it, it encourages mixing, and everyone was good fun.

    Fantastic fun, it should run forever like The Mousetrap.

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