If you are anywhere near Madrid on 2nd July 2010 we suggest you get yourself over to the Picasso Tower, Madrid`s most iconic building in its business district, where luxury drinks brand Beefeater 24 will be opening the Midnight Labyrinth. For one night only the site will be transformed into London`s famous Vauxhall `Pleasure` Gardens using 300sqm of traditional living hedge grown in England and forming a maze, which has been designed by the world`s leading maze designer, Adrian Fisher.
Between 10pm & 1am on the 2nd July you`ll be able to stroll through its narrow corridors and discover an interactive, multi-sensory garden of contemporary art, music, film and live performances from London`s leading artists. Attractions within the maze include:
• The Great Forest, with moonlight performances from Vicky Butterfly
• The Ruby`s-Red Cherry Orchard
• A London Disco Folly
• A Singing Portrait with Tricity Vogue, a unique musical cabaret artist
• The Ha Ha Infinity Mirror
• A Botanical Gin Garden
• Midnight Matinee at the Bird-House with performance artists
After Madrid, tThe maze then goes on tour all over the world.
A little more about The Beefeater 24 Midnight Labyrinth
The Beefeater 24 Midnight Labyrinth pays tribute to the 350th anniversary of the Vauxhall Gardens that marked an age of glamour, arts and culture in London during the 17th and 18th Century. The original gardens, located close to the current site of the Beefeater distillery next to the River Thames, were a fashionable place to be and be seen where leading artists and performers showcased their skills. The gardens were one of the catalysts that shaped London`s reputation as one of the leading cultural capitals of the world, a reputation that Beefeater 24 has embraced and continues to further internationally.
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