SOMETHING THAT CAUGHT OUR EYE
Its official, Disney just won’t let it go. On Thursday the magic machine announced plans for a sequel to Oscar winning Frozen with a launch date to be revealed soon. We knew it was coming, let’s hope this one is a barrel ‘O-lafs’ too!
TWEET OF THE WEEK
Fever Towers was shaken yesterday with the news that Sir Terry Pratchett has died after his battle with Alzheimer’s disease. His passing was announced on Twitter in the voice of Death, a leading character in his much loved Discworld series.
As the rise of the quirky bar continues, pop-up Annie the Owl is set to land in Soho next week. Visitors can enjoy drinks while surrounded by – you guessed it – owls; interest has been so strong that tickets are being allocated via a balloting system reminiscent of the Olympics. Some animal rights activists have been getting in a flap over the welfare of the owls and people drinking, so only non-alcoholic drinks will be served. Whooooo’s up for it?
ONE TO WATCH
The fashion elite were out in droves last night for the opening gala of Savage Beauty, the V&A’s long anticipated exhibition dedicated to the works of Alexander McQueen. Already smashing all records as the fastest selling exhibition in history, it features over 240 McQueen designs, as well as that exquisitely chilling hologram of Kate Moss. Look out for Fever’s verdict as one lucky team member will snap up tickets from our ‘Culture Vultures’ programme.
WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO
This week we had the privilege of hosting some of our media friends at the Chelsea vs PSG game for our client PlayStation, one of the major sponsors of the competition. In the corporate hospitality we were treated to some lovely prawns (genuinely), beer, live music, Ruud Gullit and the Champions League trophy itself! What more could you ask for? Well, Sir David Beckham was a couple of blocks to the left of us, what a sight, what a man.