Ideas for events
Exclusive private events
In today’s consumer-driven mass-market society, when was the last time you did something no-one else could do? What about a classical music concert with dinner, theatre performance, performance art, movie projection in an intimate setting with like-minded people? Or watching a meteor shower with a photographer that shares with you the secrets of night photography?
Clandestine / Pop-up events
Turn your home or another space into a venue for the evening. Imagine an art show in a warehouse or an abattoir? What about a gourmet picnic on top of a mountain? Get creative and get people interested.
Organise your own private dining club! Offer a different kind of eating experience where food-minded folks gather in under-the-radar locations to share meal experiences. Can be combined with amateur or pro/am friendly cooking competitions, where you can tastes your guests’ dishes!
Feed the cultural side
Do an art or photography show in your own home, combined with drinks and/or food. Pull the art out of a traditional setting and allow the participants to meet and talk with the artist. This is a perfect way of bringing an artist into close contact with a new public and also giving attendees a unique way of experiencing and interacting with the work.
Do it with a twist – make unique combinations
- Can you teach a language and cook? Why not combine both of them and introduce your guests to your home cuisine at the same time as the language?
- What about a makeup session with a professional makeup artist while enjoying a delicious mojito?
- Are you a professional actor/actress? Why not offer tours around your city impersonating a historical character?
Teach a class in different surroundings:
What about a yoga class in a park or a sewing workshop in a private terrace or on a boat? Think about innovating by teaching in a completely different setting. Participants will enjoy an original experience, whilst learning just as well, or even better, than in a traditional environment.
Bring in an expert or hero
Who would you like to see people demonstrating their skills and/or talking about their experiences? Maybe a top chef, arctic explorer, writer, cardiac nurse, musician, anthropologist who just spent a year in Papua New Guinea, doctor who is fighting Malaria in Africa, etc…, the list is endless.