Twin Peaks immersive experience planned for 25th anniversary

Immersive events company Lemonade and Laughing Gas will recreate the small-town world of David Lynch's Twin Peaks at a secret London location from August.

The experience will kick off at the end of August (ABC)
The experience will kick off at the end of August (ABC)

The theatrical event, dubbed The Owls Are Not What They Seem, will run from 27 August until 17 October. It has been timed to take place ahead of the 2017 revival of the cult TV series and also marks 25 years since the broadcast of the first episode.

Lemonade and Laughing Gas has partnered with Blanch & Shock Food Design to devise the experience’s three course menu, which features ‘a fine cup of coffee’ alongside a slice of cherry pie in a nod to the foodstuffs’ recurring role in the TV show.

The rest of the evening promises immersive entertainment within a space designed for guests to explore characters, installations and the set. At the end of each session, all guests will be taken to a late-night drinking den for secret missions and bespoke cocktails.

Guests will also be encouraged to dress to fit with the small town fashions of Twin Peaks. Tickets to the event will go on sale this Friday (17 July).

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