Hi! We're an events company creating immersive, theatrical experiences in exciting environments.
Based between London/UK & Reykjavík/Iceland,
Past, Present and Future
Immersive, public, outdoor art installation
Transforming a former car park in central Reykjavík, Huldufugl created a 370 square metre immersive public art installation. A maze, drawing inspiration from Nordic mythology and the poetic Edda.
Built over six weeks from shipping pallets and spare timber, Askur Yggdrasils opened on Culture Night (Menningarnótt), where over 1,500 people of all ages queued up to lose themselves inside.
Entering one at a time, and lasting anywhere from ten minutes to an hour, the audience were able to explore a series of interconnected rooms and corridors, with unique set design and installations ranging from hanging ice sculptures to origami, VHS tape, vintage TVs, mirrors and interactive sound works.
Lucky visitors at certain times were able to catch one of the live performances from musicians, dancers, choirs and circus artists.
In total, over sixteen unique spaces were created by 24 contributing artists, enjoyed by over 3,000 visitors over the four week opening.
The project was part funded by Landsbankinn, and made with some incredible support from The Travelling Embassy of Rockall.
"Highlight of our stay! Thank you!" - Boston, USA
"We got high and broke in again, thanks!" - Unknown
"We kept retracing our steps to make sure we hadn't missed anything" - Germany
"This was piss easy" - Angry Icelandic eight-year-old
With House Of Q
We took 25 specially invited guests on a Journey Into the Unknown - meeting at a secret location, before being brought into The Reform Club; a private, members-only institution about to embark on an adventure.
An intimate, immersive experience featuring the 1956 classic “Around The World In 80 Days”, led by and including performances by international caberet group House Of Q.
A Celebration of Typography, Graphic Design, and Helvetica
Presenting Aa, a party inspired by design, typography, and Helvetica Neue 65 Medium.
Featuring a screening of Helvetica by Gary Hustwit, interactive type installations, poetry by Angela Brodie, live reading by John McGhee, personal illustration by Alexander Luttley, and live music from MIMRA.
An Immersive Icelandic Experience
A sold-out immersive Icelandic experience inside Deptford's oldest cinema, which featured a special screening of Heima by Sigur Rós, Iceland photography exhibition by Nick Miners, live music by Mimra & ÍRiS, an art exhibition by Ella Rósinkrans, and Icelandic delicacies.
An amazing experience combining immersive theatre with a film screening - step inside and become part of a classic movie’s unbelievable world.
Huldufugl has been inspired by new forms of theatrical and event-based experiences, combined with advances in performance technology and VR.
Huldufugl flies well with others, and is always open to collaboration.
The company is based in Reykjavík, Iceland, but has worldwide migratory ambitions.
The name means 'Hidden Bird' in Icelandic.
Don't worry, one of the founders struggles to pronounce it too, even though he came up with it.
Nanna works with interactive & physical theatre across Europe, in promenades and one-on-one performances for companies such as Secret Cinema, Look Left Look Right, Nutkhut, RedIsGo (Microsoft / Salesforce) & Stella Polaris.
She has appeared at a variety of festivals, including Glastonbury, The Edinburgh Fringe & Bestival.
Based between London & Reykjavík, he works with software, electronics, light and sound to create cutting-edge experiences, shows and games.
His commercial clients have included Google, Microsoft / Xbox, adidas, Universal Music, FIELD and The Beatles.
More information about his work can be found at owenhindley.co.uk
Let's make things happen.