Held virtually for the first time, the event was co- hosted by comedians Marcus Brigstocke and Rachel Parris live from the Performing Artistes’ Great Portland Street Studio. Featuring a virtual front row, they were joined remotely by comedians Luke Kempner and Judi Love, magician Ben Hanlin, with cocktail making from the Mixology Brothers.
They also launched their “Virtual Cabaret in a Box”. These are pre-recorded clips from electric string ensemble “Siren”, comedy string quartet “Graffiti Classics” and musical impressionist Jess Robinson. The clips were professionally recorded in high definition, and can be licensed for any kind of virtual events, be they awards ceremonies or conferences, to break up the proceedings and add some low cost, low hassle, high value pizazz to your event.
Director of Performing Artistes, JJ Jackson, commented: “Having successfully pivoted to virtual events over the last 9 months or so, we realised there was a demand from clients to be able to offer their audiences short interludes to help break up proceedings. Hiring a studio to record an act for your virtual event which will only appear for a few minutes at a time is cost prohibitive for many, so this seemed like an obvious solution, and the results are absolutely stunning! Plus it also means you can have more than one act at your event.”
Visit the Virtual Cabaret in a Box page on the Performing Artistes website for more details and to enquire about licensing costs.
More info here: https://www.performingartistes.co.uk/