Opening up new worlds for your guests

Contemporary and innovative, immersive events are an incredibly effective way to make a jaw-dropping impact on your guests. Incorporating technology, theatre, audio, virtual and augmented reality, immersive approaches take your guests on a journey where your message can cut through in the most powerful way possible. An ideal medium for awareness raising; by immersing guests in a different world, there’s no stronger way to get their attention. 

As experts in immersive techniques, we’ve taken over and transformed buildings; created an earthquake room; created a story via walking through a child’s bedroom and so much more.

Immersive events can be hard hitting. They can be light-hearted. They will always be engaging. And we have the original ideas and creative imagination to make yours truly unique. 

Disaster Emergency Committee

Kim was approached by DEC following a talk she gave at The Hurlingham Club outlining the positive effects of using immersive experiences to engage individuals to cause related projects. Together, we have created three large scale immersive events. The first was a thank you event for key donors and stake holders of the Philippines Typhoon disaster, hosted by Myleene Klass. Guests experienced a quadraphonic sound based typhoon, interacted with actors to discuss aid work options and had a private gallery viewing and drinks reception. A year later, we led guests through a rubble filled crypt whilst recreating an earthquake. This multisensory experience was created using sets, sound and film to encompass the guests. Most recently, we immersed supporters into the world of DEC, allowing them to experience the chain of events following a disaster, both as if they were on the ground and within a boardroom response team.


Chappell Productions were commissioned by The Sunshine Company to produce Nike Foundation’s Girl Effect.  Multiple events took place at London’s Truman Brewery, The Dray Walk Gallery, The Loading Bay, The Vibe Bar and The Village Underground. The venues provided the backdrop for exhibitions, spoken word performances, comedy, live graffiti, and workshops.

An intense immersive theatre experience took participants through one of three possible journeys where they listened to a story with the theme of Safety, Identity or Opportunity, whilst travelling through a set bringing the story to life.


Chappell Productions were approached by Right to Play to find a creative way to bring their work in the field to London.

As a result we collaborated and developed an innovative and unique immersive audio experience, the Secret Course, for Right to Play’s fundraising event The Big Red Ball. 

Through collaboration and consultation with Right To Play we came up with a special moment in the evening we called ‘The Secret Course’.

Waiters ‘served’ guests with wireless headsets and the room plunged into darkness with guests listening to one of three binaurally recorded stories based on the life experiences of Right To Play’s coaches, who deliver our Right To Play's unique play-based programmes to children in Africa, Asia and the Middle East.  These binaural audio experiences connected our guests directly to the incredible lives of their volunteer coaches and the children they reach; and created a collective, memorable and intimate moment for over 350 guests that had a direct impact on the night’s fundraising by 40%.