Three experiential events to watch next week

Jura, Esquire and Statoil feature in our list of brand events to watch out for next week.

Three experiential events to watch next week
Three experiential events to watch next week

Jura creates mystery-themed whisky tasting 

Scotch whisky brand Jura is staging an immersive experience with a mystery and adventure theme.

The Isle of The Unexpected event is an interactive mystery adventure where immersive experience meets whisky tasting. Guests will work in teams of four to help Eric, an enigmatic movie director with creative block and a looming deadline, complete his masterpiece.

Teams will be challenged to test their wits and agility as they explore an elaborate theatrical set-cum-speakeasy, discovering the unique and inspiring stories of Jura’s coasts, craft, community and culture.

Where: 13-15 October and 19-22 October.

When: Looking Glass Cocktail Club in Shoreditch, London. 

Esquire to host luxury brand showcase

Men's magazine Esquire is launching The Esquire Townhouse with Dior, a four-day luxury living brand experience.

Dior is headline sponsor of the event, while other brands taking part include Huawei, Montblanc, Laurent Perrier, Roche Bobois, Surf Air, Starbucks Reserve, Fullers and William Grant & Sons Distillers.

There will be  a series of live talks, interviews, screenings and masterclasses showcasing the best in the world of style, sport, tech, travel, food and film.

There will also be a screening of the upcoming film Inferno with director Ron Howard and actress Felicity Jones.

Where: 12-16 October 2016

When: 10-11 Carlton Terrace, London

Statoil at The Science Museum

Statoil and The Science Museum have partnered to launch an interactive science gallery.

Called Wonderlab: The Statoil Gallery, the gallery will include more than 50 mind-blowing miracles of science to enjoy, with the aim of inspiring the next generation to see the world differently and uncover their own world of wonder. 

Together with Statoil, agency George P Johnson (GPJ) employed the talents of its very own robot - ‘Wondroid’, built by Statoil’s engineers, but with several body parts 'missing'. Over the summer, GPJ asked families in the UK to help Wondroid find these missing parts by using an app. In return, those families are being rewarded with VIP tickets.

Where: The Science Museum, London

When: From 12 October

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