Exhibition Opening for Corporate Sponsor: Royal Academy - An Immersive World

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      20 IMMERSIVE CHARACTER ACTORS

      5 WISECRACKING WAITRESSES

      1 x 15 MINUTES OF FAME

From Hell’s Angels and hippies to the streets of Harlem, Dennis Hopper’s 'The Lost Album' exhibition at the Royal Academy powerfully captured the American culture and life in the 1960s, a decade of progress, violence and enormous upheaval.

For the opening night party guests stepped through the venue's doors and were transported into an immersive, theatrical 1960s experience which created the dynamic social and cultural whirl of Hopper's insightful pictures. A bespoke pop up all American diner 'Hoppers' created specially for the event and peopled with its very own resident beatnik artists, free-loving hippies, rodeo cowboy and five punchy, fast-talking waitresses completed the scene. A gorgeous, vintage close harmony trio and 1960s dancers created a suitably swinging musical backdrop.