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Living Human Couch

A luxurious and extravagant living couch that will have fun with your guests
Golden characters encourage people to come and sit on the couch
The cheeky performers like to pickpocket and mess with belongings
Fantastic for everything from brand launches to festivals
Based in Rotterdam and available for events worldwide

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The exquisite Living Couch is a lavish and humorous type of interactive entertainment that can immediately add a touch of historical decadence to any location. With glorious dark red upholstery mounted to a luxurious golden carved frame, the Living Couch appears as if it has just been lifted from a country estate, a Monarch’s boudoir or the drawing room of an upper-class Dame. 

This cheeky human statue certainly breaks the norm of regular human statues and offers a fascinating and engaging experience for the participants. The friendly gold characters, that are part of the living couches frame, encourage guests to come a take a seat and will judge anyone that comes to sit down without being invited. Once seated the living statue characters like to mess with the person’s belongings, pickpocketing telephones and stealing shoes. 

Based in Rotterdam, in South Holland, this fantastical and unique entertainment concept has travelled to events all over the world and is highly suited to anything from brand launches to festivals. Wherever you position this Living Couch, you can guarantee it will pull in a crowd. As it is fixed on wheels, the performers can move it from one place to another during the event. 

To book this totally innovate human statue concept for your event, please do not hesitate to get in touch with our team at Scarlett Entertainment as they always on hand to help. 

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