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Courvoisier Revolutionary Spirit Campaign


Courvoisier revolutionary spirit logo - REV_SPIRT_MAIN_LOGO_LRG.jpgThis summer, to tie in with its Summer of Punch, Courvoisier is running a host of events under the banner of its Revolutionary Spirit campaign. From Victorian dinosaurs, sugar sculptures and pedal-powered Courvoisier punch to Jacobean tragedy, there's sure to be something to tickle your fancy.


13-24 July, Great Eastern Quay, Royal Albert Docks: this summer, the English National Opera and Punchdrunk Theatre Company, which was founded by Courvoisier The Future 500 (CVTF500) members Colin Marsh and Felix Barrett, are to put on a unique performance of John Webster’s Jacobean classic The Duchess of Malfi. Fusing live performance, music and installation art, audience members will prowl through the site in masks, following any character, plot line or theme they want to create their own experience. Tickets for this event sold out in a few hours, but Courvoisier has a small number to give away to followers on Twitter: twitter.com/CVRS10.

14-18 July: Courvoisier presents the Complete History of Food with Bompas & Parr (pictured below right): From 14-18 July, as part of the Courvoisier Revolutionary Spirit campaign, food and drink events company Bompas & Parr is creating an interactive experience titled The Complete History of Food. For more information, click here.Bompas and parr 2 - Complete_History_of_Food_(2).jpg

16 July: Short & Sweet's 3D Film Festival, Barbican: The festival is a 3D short film experience that comes courtesy of Short & Sweet, London’s weekly short film community led by CVTF500 member Julia Stephenson. The event will feautre a global selection of 3D short films, directors will also discuss the latest in 3D film-making techniques and showcase a collection of 3D cameras. Courvoisier’s own 3D commercial will make an appearance, and you’ll be able to enjoy Courvoisier punch at the bar. Doors open at 7.30pm and films start at 8.30pm. Tickets are priced at £7.50 online. Visit the Barbican website to book.

16-17 July: The Big Treat, The Future Gallery: For two days, The Future Gallery will be transformed into an indoor health spa in the heart of London, courtesy of Mindapples, a new initiative promoting mentally healthy living. Grab a picnic courtesy of Crussh, take a seat on the real grass under the Mindapples tree while watching a demonstration of Chinese martial art wing chun, or enjoy a quick massage before hopping on the tube. Entry is free. For more information visit mindapples.org/thebigtreat.

17 July, What does your soul look like? The Future Gallery: Combining unrehearsed art and music, cellist and composer Peter Gregson and artist Jamie Shaw will perform together, off the cuff, in what promises to be an event heavy on experimentation. Guests will be free to walk around the venue and Courvoisier will provide cocktails and punch at a pay bar. For more information on ticketing, follow Courvoisier on Twitter: twitter.com/CVRS10.

18-20 July, Monobrow, The Future Gallery: Founder of creative design agency Monorex and CVTF500 member Terry Guy is curating a live art installation at The Future Gallery. Enjoy a glass of punch as six artists transform the space. For more information on ticketing, follow Courvoisier on Twitter: twitter.com/CVRS10.

22-25 July, Courvoisier at The Secret Garden Party, near Cambridge: Freddie Fellowes, founder of the Secret Garden Party and CVTF500 member, has invited Courvoisier to create a landmark installation at this year’s iconic festival. Read on to discover the result.

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