Summit: ldn22

Length: 16:59

Inside The Gunpowder Plot Immersive, a feature length immersive theatrical experience set in the Tower of London, featuring physical sets and live performance, combined with VR, projection mapping, ambisonics and multi-sensory SFX.

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This talk is presented by

Tim Powell - Consulting Producer, The Gunpowder Plot (immersive sensation at The Tower of London)

Tim Powell is a freelance producer and creative consultant. As a producer his work combines immersive technology, live performance and physical installations. As a consultant he helps organisations develop strategies for innovation and approaches to immersive storytelling.

He is currently Creative Entrepreneur in Residence at Reading University, and Consulting Producer for The Gunpowder Plot - a new feature length immersive historical experience.

Previously, as Head of the R&D Studio, for Historic Royal Palaces, he led projects spanning social media campaigns, online interactives, on-site installations, live performances and new immersive experiences - including the multiple award-winning The Lost Palace.

Hannah Price - Creative Director, Layered Reality (The Gunpowder Plot, Tower of London & War of the Worlds Immersive Experience)

Hannah is a creator of immersive events, theatre and VR experiences. As Creative Director of the Gunpowder Plot, the new 5 star reviewed immersive theatre and VR experience for Layered Reality, she worked across 8 event spaces including 3 VR spaces, an ambisonic sound room, a 360 projection mapped space and multiple live performance lead spaces.

She is an award winning freelance theatre director, founder and previous Co-Artistic Director of Theatre Uncut and has directed theatre and immersive events across the world.

As a Performance director her work on video games is multi BAFTA nominated and winning, and she has worked on some of the world’s biggest titles. Her work on video game CONTROL helped earn a record breaking 11 BAFTA nominations. She trained at RADA, The National Theatre and the Donmar Warehouse.