Working with the Natural History Museum we were tasked to deliver an unforgettable experience for their 2019 New Year’s Eve party for 1000 excited ticket holders. Being an agency that thrives off creativity, this brief was right up our street.
Set in the iconic Hintze Hall, under the shadow of the magnificent blue whale skeleton, the evening was packed with experiences and entertainment following a ‘party animal' theme. Whilst the champagne flowed key moments included one of our signature acts Musical Bingo, a silent disco with an animatronic dinosaur, edible insect sampling, a contortionist and roaming performances by Tobago D Cruise and his calypso (who featured in the Paddington Movie), our very own Carnival Rolla Girls, and dance collective the People Pile who gave us the Love Cats who handed out treats and messages of New Year prosperity whilst tap dancing their way through the crowds. As anticipation for midnight drew close the chimes of big ben echoed through the hall culminating with confetti canons, a balloon drop and a mass sing-along of ‘Auld Lang Syne’ led by Massaoke.
Revellers left with the feeling that 2019 New Year can’t be topped – well for Agency Unknown this is an ordinary night and our next event is always our best.