Electric Eden

Last year, the eponymous Electric Eden, an environmental drama sweeping through Edinburgh Fringe Festival, was unveiled at the 19th China Shanghai International Arts Festival in 2017. 2017 Shanghai International Arts Festival was held from October 20 to November 19, and WE Culture Communication and the story of Eden met with Shanghai fans.

“Electric Eden” was created by the NOT TOO TAME Theater Company from Wales, England and premiered at the 2016 Fringe Festival. The company has been adhering to the concept of “Breaking the Barrier” and has introduced many immersive and environmental plays dedicated to breaking the “fourth wall” between the audience and the stage.

“If ‘Electric Eden’ is not consistently playing to a packed venue soon, it will be a travesty.” – Edinburgh Fringe Festival
“Get your neon facepaint on and grab a drink from the bar: Electric Eden takes places in the Electric Circus nightclub, and the audience is swept up in the fun.” – British Independent

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The Wind in the Willow

For the first time, as a co-producer, WE Cultural Connect set foot in the West End with the musical The Wind in the Willows. The musical has been staged in June 2017 at the London Palladium until September 2017, with the North American tour already underway and a musical HD video to be released in April of 2018.

As co-producer, WE Culture Connect was invited to attend the premiere red carpet of the musical the Wind in the Willow on June 29 and watched the show together with the production team, including the British series Downton Abbey screenwriter, but also the writer of the Wind in the Willows Julian Fellows.

The Wind in the Willow has been adapted into films, animations and even stage shows. This time is its appearance in the form of a musical staged in West End in London. In addition to the famous Julian Fellows as the writer  award-winning George Stiles and Anthony Drewe as songwriters, starring the famous British comedian Rufus Hound. Once the new about the Wind in the Willow was released, it immediately sparked the attention of the industry and the majority of audiences, music fans.

Alice’s Adventures Underground

Alice’s Adventures Underground is an immersive theatre production of Lewis Carroll’s masterpiece Alice’s Adventure in Wonderland. The production was born in early April 2015 and staged in the atmospheric Vaults underneath Waterloo station, London. The show creates Wonderland as a fully formed world that blends storytelling, live music, puppetry, circus and spectacle. Invited down the rabbit hole in intimate groups of 52, each audience member will be presented with a choice of EAT ME or DRINK ME, which will affect the way the show will unfold.

WE have already acquired rights from Emma Brunjes Productions to co-produce a Chinese version in Shanghai. It is coming! 

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