Five imaginative acts for your event

Events are meant to be fun but also inspiring. Seeing the same sort of act at each function can make things a bit repetitive, so here are a few ideas from Sternberg Clarke that your guests may not be expecting.

Zero Central
Zero Central

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Zero Central

Circus act Zero Central incorporates wearable sensors and infrared technology to create visually arresting stage shows unlike anything you may have seen before. With the lighting synchronised to the movements of the performers, it is an act that has to be seen to be believed.

Zero Central performed at Cafe de Paris in May in conjunction with Sternberg Clarke and Event magazine’s Beat The Brief competition.

Living Topiary

The ultimate in a fun, wandering act that will have even your most sullen guest smiling. Living Topiary are exactly what the name suggests. Imagine the surprise when what appears to be human-shaped hedges are in fact hedge-shaped humans.

A wonderfully creative act with astonishingly detailed costumes, the strolling performers are sure to be a talking point for any evening.


Supernova is a new, high-impact dance show featuring four dancers wearing LED, pixel-mapped video suits.

Colours, shapes, animations, graphics and logos – which can be customised to each client – are displayed on the suits as the dancers perform sharp choreography to a vibrant, eclectic soundtrack that ranges from electronica to blues. Perfect for grabbing the attention of the room.

Mash Machine

The Mash Machine is a new interactive music maker that brings together sound, lighting and video controls into a single user interface.

With 40 carefully selected snippets of sounds, players select and mix bass, drums, melodies and vocals by moving an object across a surface to create one of 10,000 possible playable combinations. Great for networking, the entire system is great fun and fully customisable.

The Mirror Man

Available as a living statue or strolling act, The Mirror Man is a unique and striking addition to any event, with 6,000 small mirrors attached to his suit.

The epitome of ambient entertainment, The Mirror Man will provide a real talking point without being too obtrusive and is perfect for a range of events, from product launches to themed corporate or private events and exhibitions.

More: This week the Spitfire Sisters were crowned winners of Event and Sternberg Clarke's Beat the Brief talent contest, after competing against Beato Burrito at Event360 summit. They will now go on to perform at the 2015 Event Awards on 14 October at the Eventim Apollo, London.

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