Episode 1 of See Things Differently features an interview with Louis Hartshorn, Joint CEO, Immersive Everywhere
He has produced theatrical productions including the Olivier Award-winning Rotterdam, the Grammy and Olivier-award nominated Amelie the Musical. He also programs the Arts Theatre in London, which is currently home to the smash hit and global phenomenon, Six the Musical.
He also has a strong background in the hospitality sector which is evident in his work, creating venues such as the The Lucky Club in Mayfair.
Immersive Everywhere are responsible for the UK’s longest running immersive production, The Great Gatsby.
Their most recent production Doctor Who: Time Fracture is on an even grander scale. Partnering with the BBC they have developed 17 different Dr Who story worlds for the audience to experience across the show.
In 2019 he founded Immersive|LDN a permanent specialist immersive theatre and event venue in central London which is the home to both of these shows and as you will hear they have even bigger plans with a further venue launching shortly.
You can also check out the video interview of this podcast on the REMIX website where there are also some trailers and images of these shows that give you a great sense of the story-worlds that Louis and his team create.
This episode is supported by our Series Partner, the UK Government. The first series of See Things Differently will focus on a selection of leading UK creative entrepreneurs. The UK is a global leader in the technology and creative industries with a world-class ecosystem excelling in innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship driven by a highly-skilled, diverse talent pool and generous government incentives for innovation.
Our media partner is Time Out.