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ReAnimate: a clever, confusing night out at the NPG | reviews, news & interviews

ReAnimate: a clever, confusing night out at the NPG

ReAnimate: a clever, confusing night out at the NPG

The Late Shift offers a free sensory experience among portraits of the great and good

ReAnimate: a 'creative playground for the senses'

With ReAnimate, the National Portrait Gallery’s Late Shift team were aiming high. The event sought to bring a free sensory experience throughout the entire building, promising to enchant the hordes away from Trafalgar Square and into a visionary evening of stimulation – not just of sight and sound, but also taste and smell.

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