2015 was a fantastic year for us at MishMash HQ. It was our third year providing exhilarating and entertaining performances for our clients all around the world.
We’ve had the most bizarre requests for events to the outright beautiful! Before we get into full swing for 2016, we wanted to reflect on just some of our favourite events that we worked on in 2015;
1. David and Frankie Seaman’s Wedding – February 2015
We had the honour of providing the entertainment for Mr and Mrs Seaman. Our talented football freestyler provided a skillful performance that got some of the football stars up to show off their tricks. The brilliant LED drummers provided the light and musical show that brought the wow factor to the evening reception.
2. Re-launch of Sky Arts – June 2015
Avivo Reply asked us to provide some bespoke entertainment for the re-launch of the Sky Arts channel at the Sky Headquarters. For the musical entertainment we provided our beautiful string quartet that performed current commercial tracks. We asked our graffiti artist and watercolour artist to join forces and paint the Sky buildings, the outcome of the drawing was amazing!
3. Change4Life – 10 minute shake up – June 2015
Our talented choreographer Carrie-Anne Ingrouille choreographed and performed in the 10-minute shake up for Chane4Life alongside Ricky Wilson from The Voice. This was a great campaign to be part of which encouraged children to be active at least 10 minutes a day. We’ve been lucky enough to be part of the campaign the last 2 years. Click here to see the video.
4. This is Global – McDonalds and Heart FM online Christmas advert – November 2015
We really got into the Christmas spirit working with This is Global on their online Christmas advert for Heart FM and McDonalds. We provided our brilliant Bollywood dancers, fingers tutters and contortionist. Click here to see the video.
5. PR Stunt during the Tube Strike – August 2015
Our most interesting and enjoyable event for the year has to be when we provided our ballet dancers and comedian Christian Lee to perform and entertain the long queues of people during the tube strikes in London. They definitely had a few interesting looks, but we hope it put a smile on commuters faces :-)
We’ve loved providing the best performers to the events industry and we’re ready for another great year, here we come 2016!