Hendrick’s Gin requires human volunteers to take part in a genuine and most unusual scientific experiment in an attempt to make harmonious music through cucumber collaboration and cocktail consumption.
Step forward those with a strong head for science and a penchant for Hendrick’s, come visit the Perilous Laboratory for the Absorbent of Natural Teachings (P.L.A.N.T.).
At the lab, scientists have investigated how to invigorate human connection with the natural world through a series of experiments. The noble cucumber is one of the most mysterious yet delectable infusions in Hendrick’s Gin and through science, P.LA.N.T. aims to unearth the green fruit’s wondrous secrets. Are they sentient beings? What knowledge can humanoids garner from these wise vessels?
Individuals who attend P.L.A.N.T. will be greeted by Hendrick’s Laboratorians, who will lead the experiment to make music through collaborating with a set of cucumbers which are rigged up a piece of software that when triggered creates a different sound and style. The sounds are programmed and designed in such a way that when all played together – a verdant and cacophonic composition worthy only of the ears of the curious is created. If successful in making a peculiar composition, folk will be rewarded with a Hendrick’s and Tonic.
If you are reading this tweet in 1654 then I assure you this is not witchcraft, it is simply a technology yet to be invented.
A group of talented young entrepreneurs will descend on Cardinal Place in Victoria London to sell their wares for one day only. The young people from across the capital and south east, all of whom set up their businesses with help and support from The Prince’s Trust, will head to Victoria to sell everything from handmade ceramics to natural skin care products and handmade jewellery.
Locals and visitors to this vibrant part of London are being encouraged to head down for a taste of the action while supporting those who have had their lives turned around by The Trust. Since The Prince’s Trust was founded in 1976, the charity has supported 650,000 disadvantaged young people across the UK, giving them the skills, confidence and motivation to move into the workplace. Three in four young people helped by the Trust move into work, training or education.