Friday, 8 July 2016




Oliver Cheshire, Laura Mvula, Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini and others flocked to East London for the exclusive VIP preview of The Time Portal by Stella Artois, an immersive Wimbledon theatre experience

Ahead of Wimbledon finals weekend, Stella Artois – the official beer of The Championships, Wimbledon – has opened the doors to its unique and immersive Time Portal, an exclusive Wimbledon Finals experience that spins you back to the streets of Victorian London for a night of theatrics and surprises.

The experience, produced by Les Enfants Terribles – who created the hugely popular Alice’s Adventures Underground, andFramestore - the creative studio behind the Oscar® winning film Gravity, brings the audience to a time when both Wimbledon and Stella Artois were only just starting out, and their success was still not assured.

London’s elite including Alfie Allen, Lauva Mvula, Oliver Cheshire, Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini and Dominic Cooper have already partaken in the thrilling time travel experience, where they were introduced to an array of mysterious characters and adventures in Victorian London before enjoying Victorian delicacies by Bompas and Parr, and of course the odd pint of ‘Artois’.

With the weekend looking like it will include an opportunity for Murray to succeed for the second time, what better way to raise a toast to the new champion. For tickets, head to

Stella Artois is also making time travel available to all of London the rest of this week.  Get swept away and see how you fare in Victorian London this weekend. 


The Time Portal will run from 7th July to 10thJuly with over 30 slots of 20 guests per day – running from 12.00pm to 9.40pm.


Tickets are priced from £13.50 - £18 (including a £1 booking fee) for each 40 minute theatrical experience, and go on sale at 8am on Wednesday 15th June This includes two complimentary drinks. Additional drinks may be purchased after the experience.


Consumers can learn more about the Stella Artois’ partnership with The Championships, Wimbledon and The Time Portal campaign by 

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