KDM Events launches TV and music teambuilding options

KDM Events has launched two new teambuilding opportunities that give participants the experience of starring in their own on-screen productions.

KDM Events launches lip synching challenge
KDM Events launches lip synching challenge

Up Your Street allows delegates to script and film their own episode of TV soap opera episode, while Lip Sync Challenge places participants at the centre of classic pop videos.


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KDM commercial director Nicky Whyman, said: "Many of us harbour unfulfilled dreams of appearing on screen and it’s amazing how some of the most reserved individuals come out of their shell in front of a film camera or beneath a blonde bombshell wig. We’re seeing a lot of client interest in these performance-related team building activities as a means of injecting an element of fun, breaking down barriers and generating spontaneous camaraderie amongst groups that could otherwise have taken months to bond."

In Up Your Street, team members are supplied with dialogue and character names, before becoming the writers, cast, and camera crew of a soap mash-up.  With core characters and common opening and closing lines, each team produces its own portion of the TV drama.

Lip Sync Challenge uses mime, meaning the only talent required of participants is a willingness to learn lines and channel their inner pop star. KDM’s onsite team edits the film together with themed digital background and original sound track to produce a music video that can be shown as the culmination to the event. Participants can take home copies of their souvenir DVD.

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