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ISESTALKS Immersive Experiences

Jane Hague, ISES UK President
The International Special Events Society (ISES) UK have been under a spell this month, the creative events association have been taken over by Halloween and for one night only will transform into the Institute of Sensory Exploration Studies on 29th October as part of their one off live experiential ISESTALKS event at The Vaults in Waterloo.

Guests and professionals from across the creative industry will take part in a fictional live performance, as Reuben Feels, the immersive theatre and trans-media storytelling company transform the underground vaults of Waterloo station into a spooky landscape befitting of Halloween.

Master story tellers, Reuben Feels, have worked on a number of high profile events, including a voice-controlled radio play app for Sony Music, immersed 2,000 hackers in a spy-thriller commissioned by Symantec and unleashed a zombie-horde on the streets of London to launch the best-selling Xbox game Resident Evil.

Jane Hague, ISES UK President and Head of Corporate Account Development at ExCeL London looks forward to the event; “More than ever event organisers are integrating sensory experiences to deliver meaningful event experiences. Reuben Feels is a great example of how immersive theatre set in an ambient environment can be successfully integrated in to a networking and education format to create a unique and memorable event.”

Adding to the theatrics of the evening, Viva Live Music performers will be incorporated into the re-enactment, while event caterers The Recipe will serve up canapés and bowl food from their winter menu. Fotofantasies will be installing some horrific green screen fun, alongside beverage and event specialists Sip Kitchen and catering equipment from Well Dressed Tables.

Pictured: Jane Hague, ISES UK President

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