Meet the Creative Team
Creator and producer
BoRo Live Experiences was founded by award-winning marketing director Dominic Wong, whose previous experience has been in theme parks and visitor attractions.
He was the first marketing director at Warner Bros. Studio Tour London - The Making of Harry Potter, Warner Bros. Studio Tour Hollywood and Warner Bros. World Abu Dhabi. Previous to these roles he was in marketing positions at Madame Tussauds London & Berlin and Thorpe Park.
He won an award for his "Film is GREAT" tourism initiative working closely with VisitBritain, Number Ten Downing Street and numerous tourism organisations.
He has also been a marketing consultant for a multitude of visitor attractions, including Norwich Castle, the View from the Shard, Spinnaker Tower, Kidzania, Dreamland Margate and Emmerdale Studio Experience (in which the project won an award at the British Youth Travel Awards).
In 2018 Dominic launched the BoRo Beach Bike - a 17-seater group bike experience - on the Isle of Wight to much critical acclaim. The Independent labelled it "one of the coolest things to do in the UK".
Jo trained as an actor at Mountview Theatre School. After graduating Jo appeared as Janet in ‘The Rocky Horror Show’, Jenny Jones in ‘Tom Jones’, principal girl in numerous pantomimes – including Tinkerbell on roller skates!, ‘Elvis The musical’ and as a Soloist in a James Bond Concert with The Bournemouth Symphony Orchestra. TV and film work includes Kelly in ‘The Knock’ for LWT and Anne- Marie in ‘Thank-you for Having Me
During this time Jo formed a double act with Sarah Jane Buckley called The Polka Dots who toured with The Chuckle Brothers and supported Joe Pasquale. As a solo artiste Jo travelled across the world performing as a guest cabaret for Thompson Holidays and also supported Mike Reid, Cannon & Ball and Russ Abbott.
As a Director Jo has worked extensively with young people, especially during her time as Head of Performing Arts at Poole College’s Jellicoe Theatre. Her work includes The Crucible, Punk Rock, Les Miserables school edition, Jeykll and Hyde, We Will Rock you and My Fair Lady. Jo is passionate about supporting new work and emerging companies and has directed ‘The 8ft Leap’, Nevilles Island and West End at Home.
Most recently Jo has worked as associate producer with Ginger Boy productions; assisting with the ‘3 Phantoms’ Tour in Macau and Singapore, ‘Scrooge’ and ‘Peter Pan Jnr’ productions which were created to promote free performing experiences for young people. As an artiste Jo has worked with Dante or Die playing Debs in ‘Take On Me’ and with tribute artiste Gary Foley as part of his ‘Elvis tribute show’
Jo is passionate about her theatre school South Coast Academy of Performing Arts which tries to ensure affordable performing arts for all, and also, creating new theatre in different surroundings.
As a writer Andrew has had plays produced throughout the UK. He is currently writing a play for the National Theatre to be released in 2020.
His first, ANNIVERSARY SWEET was produced at the Finborough Theatre in London followed by his next play, PUSH which was produced at the Union Theatre where it was awarded ‘Critic’s Choice’. In 2009 he had plays produced simultaneously in New York and London: GREEN GRASS was produced at the Union Theatre in London (“A luminous production” – Time Out); and GAUGLEPRIXTOWN, was produced by Studio 42 at The Kirk on Theatre Row, 42nd Street, New York.
Andrew was commissioned to write DOUBLE SENTENCE for Deafinitely Theatre, which was produced at the Soho Theatre and most recently GOLD DUST for Black Country Touring, which was directed by Paula Garfield and was staged in Birmingham and the Black Country as well as a short run in the studio at Soho Theatre. In 2015, THE SESSION was produced at Soho Theatre and published by Methuen and most recently the play was part of a reading series on immigration stories at Inis Nua Theatre Company, Philadelphia. In 2016 he was commissioned by site specific theatre company, Dante or Die, to write the text for a new piece of work set in a leisure centre – the result was TAKE ON ME which was produced Autumn 2016.
Andrew was commissioned by BBC Radio 3 to write a play for the VERB, which was called A PERFECT NON STARTER.
Andrew is currently writer in residence at the Bournemouth and Poole College of Further Education where he writes and directs a new contemporary play for second year degree students as well as being mentor on the MA in playwriting at Central School of Speech and Drama.
About the Show
Air hair lair!
In A Right Royale Tea, your clients will join Her Ladyship, our merry band of servants and, of course, yours truly as we take you back in time to the 1920s to remember when King George V once graced our marvellous mansion, Crawley House.
You will be guests for this special occasion, learn a thing or two about Royal etiquette and enjoy an Afternoon Tea (or meal) of classic British fayre. As the ‘downstairs’ gets everything together, let’s hope the ‘upstairs’’ secrets don’t spill, the King turns up and Her Ladyship behaves herself.
Expect unexpected 1920s elegance, a stiff upper-lip and a delicious meal over a two-hour interactive comedy dining experience where the diners are part of the fun.
Tally ho and come along!
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About the Experience
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We launched our jolly show in Blighty's grand Capital, London, in June 2019. A Right Royale Tea is a fun and interactive comedy dining experience with a very aristocratic twist.
We provide a unique interactive occasion suitable for all the family, with a luxury hospitality encounter for both silent spectators and those who like to get into character, improvise and join in!
We plan our parties around a yummy two course meal, which can be either afternoon tea, a lunch or dinner. Patrick my Butler can also organise a third course after the show, dependent upon audience and specific customer desires or requirements.
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