Artichoke’s first production invaded central London in 2006.

Royal de Luxe’s The Sultan’s Elephant was a landmark piece of outdoor theatre.

The biggest piece of free, outdoor theatre ever seen in London. Over four days, audiences were captivated by the adventures of an enormous mechanical elephant and a giant girl.

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‘What The Sultan’s Elephant represents is nothing less than an artistic occupation of the city and a reclamation of the streets for the people.’

~ Lyn Gardner, The Guardian 6 May 2006 ~

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