Steampunk Goes Transmedia With ‘Clockwork Watch’

Monsters and Critics catches up with Clockwork Watch Creator Yomi Ayeni att he Thought Bubble Comic-Con in Leeds… Thanks to Ian Cullen for taking the time and having the interest in our project.

Yesterday’s World…Today

That was the week that was. We had a blast at Tomorrow’s World… Today. We launched Clockwork Watch with an immersive prologue, and participants had a chance to interact with characters from the story. We also made sure that the first batch of “The Arrival” were in the post, and were being delivered prior to the event.

So what happened? Well, you need to read the latest news in the London Gazette

Here are some snippets of the day’s activities:

Professor Elemental Rap Class

The Lady and Tiger Illusion Clock Unveiled

Photo Gallery

Tomorrow's World Today

Tomorrow's World Today

More Photos here

Authentic Victorian Street Food at Tomorrow’s World… Today!

Just when you thought Tomorrow’s World… Today! was going to be:

  • A LARP
  • A Street Market
  • An Exposition
  • An Art Exhibition

This immersive and participatory story offers more!

Caterers “What The Dickens?” are planning to produce authentic Victorian Street Food! Yes, we’re going the distance on this, you had better believe it!

How does Kedgeree sound?
A buttery rice dish with smoked haddock, mild Indian spices topped with a poached egg. This is a traditional Victorian Anglo-Indian breakfast and a What The Dickens? speciality.

Tomorrow’s World… Today! is the immersive and participatory launch event for our Victorian love story called “Clockwork Watch“.

Long Lost “Kit Williams” Clock – Unveiling at Tomorrow’s World Today

The Lady and Tiger Illusion Clock by Kit Williams went missing more than 10 years ago.
It will be unveiled by the Department for the Advancement of Sciences as part of the Tomorrow’s World Today event, on May 6th in London.

Tickets and details are on the Advancement of Sciences website


Remember Masquerade, the children’s book that sparked a treasure hunt by concealing clues to the location of a jewelled golden hare? The book was written by Kit Williams, he also designed and made three ornamental clocks. Department for the Advancement of Sciences has one…