August 20, 2015

We all know the first two rules of Fight Club prevent us from even talking about it, but here’s something else we can talk about – a hush-hush novel dining experience that combines good food with an entire theatrical experience. Andsoforth presents “The Karl Experience”, a multi-sensory themed experience that combines theatrical flair, elaborate mechanical costumes, a custom-built set, a spoof of Karl Lagerfeld and food inspired by molecular gastronomy.

The setting is this: the year 2070, in a dystopian future where humans are forced to live underground, in an environment of metal and neon lights. It follows the story of a protagonist, a hero who’s “suppressed by the sterile confinement of his era” and journeys back to the year 2015.

This follows Andsoforth’s other sell-out shows, including The Heist and The Experiment, while the unique experience is also a collaborative art project that pools together local talents such as chefs, sound & light designers, set designers and more.

Here’s what you have to do – apply online, and you’ll then be given a meeting a location, and a list of clue that leads you to the final venue.

The Karl Experience, by Andsoforth, every Wednesday to Saturday from 19 August – 12 September 2015. 

  • Wednesday & Thursday: S$98 per person
  • Friday & Saturday: S$108 per person

Ticket price includes a four-course molecular-inspired dining experience. Doors open at 7pm and starts at 7:30pm. More info at www.andsoforth.com.sg.