Ever wanted to star in a pop video? How about putting on your own dance show or writing and recording your own song?
Until now, these experiences were usually the preserve of the rich and famous, but not anymore. Thanks to Brighton based entertainment company Go Experience, anyone can now get involved in its unique entertainment experiences.
Go-experience was set up ten years ago from a sister company that produced entertainment shows for fashion, events holiday companies and theatre. With a wealth of talented professionals knocking at the door the decision was made to let them loose on the public, which is where the fun really began and Go-experience was born.
The flagship experience is known as Go Popvideo – where guests get the unique opportunity to work with a professional team including a director, choreographer and makeup artists, where they make their very own pop video.
Then there’s Go Cheer – the ultimate cheerleading experience, Go Dance – where groups work with a professional choreographer and put together their own mini musical and Go-recording – where groups get to record their own track with a professional music producer.
And the options for companies wanting their own bespoke versions are vast – from a version of Strictly Come Dancing for a company of over 1,000 employees – complete with three months of intensive ballroom training and a final competition hosted by Julian Clary, to a pop video team-building activity for a local company as part of their Christmas get together.
“The fact that our experiences are equally relevant to the consumer and the business market is fantastic. For instance, making a pop video is perfect for a hen group looking for a fun, shared experience – and also great for a company wanting an incentive or team building session,” said Nicola Freeborn, MD of Go-experience.
“With products ranging from competitively priced half day packages, to elaborate bespoke events – we can fulfil our promise that there really is an entertainment experience for everyone.
“We’ve seen it all over the last few months in Brighton, from hens dressed as Native Americans to stags performing a scene from Rocky. Every working week is different and every event has its own twist, and we really can’t wait to see what happens next.”