We create fun, hyper-theatrical and immersive events that focus on the surreal and bizarre to make your senses pop.
(Who also love good food, good drink, and a good dance.)
Having worked both as artists (Amy as an installation and set artist; Louise as a video and performance artist) and as veterans of the hospitality industry, Louise and Amy began making work together back in 2011, after spotting an opportunity to bring an extra level of fizz to the events world, and to have a fun night out. After some excellent feedback from their very first guests they realised they were onto a winner, and thus Lemonade and Laughing Gas was born. Since then they have put on events in unusual spaces all over London, from disused pickle factories to old rave haunts to regency ballrooms. They have fed and watered thousands of hungry diners, and have found a way to bring the 'new' back into the immersive events world.
For us, 'immersive' means getting our guests to reconnect with their inner child. The look, smell, touch and feel of our events are incredibly important to us, giving you an experience that is extra-ordinary, curious and playful. On top of this, we always ensure we work with the crème de la crème in the food and drink industry to provide the most exciting menus.
Our passion lies in throwing original one-off public events, but we also love building entirely bespoke events for private clients. Get in touch if you'd like to know more.
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ANNOUNCEMENT: Louise and Amy are pleased to be working with Anna Doyle as their producer. Here's a bit more about her:
Anna Doyle is an experienced cultural director and producer with over a decade’s experience of successfully delivering innovative, high - profile cultural projects,working with major institutions, including: London 2012/LOCOG, Victoria & Albert Museum, Nuit Blanche, Paris, the British Council and creative and community organisations including Streetwise Opera, The Brick Box and Plan for Soho. She has commissioned and produced projects for the 2015 Turner prize winning artists collective, Assemble, 2014, BAFTA award winning director, Kieran Evans, Evening Standard Theatre award winners You Me Bum Bum Train.
Anna has curated and produced programming for leading arts establishments and festivals including the British Council (London, Tokyo, Taipei, Buenos Aries, Hong Kong, Bangkok, Ljubliana, Stockholm, Oslo, Madrid); Southbank Centre, London; Institute of Contemporary Arts, London; Tate Modern, London; London International Film Festival; British Film Institute, London; Sonar, Barcelona; Moderna Museet, Stockholm; CPH: DOX, Copenhagen; Taipei Fine Arts Museum, Taiwan; MOMI Roppongi Hills, Tokyo; CCCB, Barcelona; Nuit Blanche, Paris; Big Chill, Uk.; London Festival of Architecture.