I will kiss and beat thee all over…

We are more than comfortable with the fact that we are often our staff's' bit on the side' for work as it usually means that we are able to call on some incredibly creative talents and energies to really implement fantastic campaigns for us.

We are more than comfortable with the fact that we are often our staff’s’ bit on the side’ for work as it usually means that we are able to call on some incredibly creative talents and energies to really implement fantastic campaigns for us.

The Mashers are one mightily talented bunch of people and we would like to share this opportunity with you all to showcase all those many hidden and often amazing skills!

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We kick off by featuring a recent Masher of the Month, Miss Natalie Macaluso who, as well as being a top Masher, is the Creative Producer for The Looking Glass House.

Looking Glass House is a theatre company who aim to smudge the lines between reality and fantasy, where the audience will be transported to somewhere magical and provocative, incendiary and enchanting and without knowing how it came to pass. Their latest production is coming up soon…..

THE ROVER by Aphra Behn

Venice. Carnival! Social order is turned on its head. Masters become servants and servants their masters; identities hide behind masks; fantasies become deliciously real…
Looking Glass House is producing The Rover at Southwark Playhouse in July 2009 (Jul 1st – 18th). The company is being mentored by the Producer at the Old Vic Theatre headed by Kevin Spacey and will receive regular features in The Times2 supplement. Set in the Venetian Carnevale you will be led through passageways and misty canals on a journey of seduction and revenge.

For more information and to purchase tickets please go to www.lookingglasshouse.co.uk

Join us at the start of this journey at the Launch Party 14th May at Roxy Bar and Screen, for a memorable evening of glamour and decadence.
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Chris Wareham