25 Apr 2020
No gigs at the moment
Mass games and music
Play games using your phone and voice. Featuring bongo boots, musical mops and the sausage cannon Mark II.
“Original and confidently handled, Tomorrow’s Office is a treat for comedy, gaming and science fans alike”
★★★★ The Skinny
We are IT consultants who accidentally started making live comedy shows with technology.
During our live shows, audiences join in via their phones - to play games, control robot chefs, fire sausage cannons, and make music.
As programmers, we’re also experts at creating interactive exhibitions, software development and invoicing systems.
Drive in a wild way to deliver your packages, smash competition and win the affection of an official. Supports mobile + desktop
Uses BabylonJS and was our entry for the Ludum Dare 46 Game Jam
Your job is to fix customer’s problems by sacrificing offerlings.
Uses BabylonJS and was our entry for the Ludum Dare 43 Game Jam
Feed bunion tofu pieces until he is a big boy
Move left and right to not hit zeros
Networked websockets multiplayer game (prototype of version featured in show)
About a dog at Christmas.
Our first game. Built using HTML5 canvas.
We make specially customised, interactive content for clients, built using the same technology from our live shows.
Book us to perform at your private and public events, including;
Check our gig listings for all our public performance dates.
We've built an interactive smartphone quiz that can be played anywhere with electricity. Every element of the quiz can be completely customised and tailored to your business or event, from branding, to quiz topics, images and special questions.
Public event Science engagement
Comissioned by the Museum of Science and Industry, we have created specially tailored, science-themed entertainment for their “Late” events. We've made a robot chef for a live cook off against celebrity human chef Mary-Ellen McTague, and a custom bee themed smartphone quiz as part of the Bees in the City programme.
Foxdog are a comic, imaginative and tech savvy duo who develop bespoke digital shows for our events. They produce and deliver interactive masterpieces that our audience eat up. Professional, on time and within budget, they are always a pleasure to work with.
Someone turned on the cooker, but everyone was messing it up, so everyone was just laughing. I’ve never been anywhere where everyone was laughing that much at once.
Private event Corporate entertainment
As part of the D&AD New Blood Academy programme, we performed our Robot Chef show to 50 young people at their offices in Shoreditch.
Foxdog Studios are an innovative, highly professional, and incredibly exciting duo, who think way beyond the outside of the box, and are doing something the rest of us are still daydreaming about. They inspired the group that we worked with to stretch their minds beyond the obvious capabilities of technology, and to thoroughly get the creative juices flowing. The event itself was entertaining, enlightening, but most of all, hilarious. We would absolutely highly recommend, and look forward to inviting them back to London to work with us again and again
I loved Foxdog Studios, that was my highlight of the whole academy.
Foxdog Studios put on a really good show. It was a nice change of pace but also useful because of the creativity on show.
Foxdog Studios were so sick it was unreal.
Foxdog Studios was literally the best part of the whole bootcamp. I’d pay to see those guys live again!
Those funny guys were funny.
… Foxdog Studios [were] completely unexpected and hilarious.
Foxdog were incredible and I want them to come to Australia. Please get them back next year.
Foxdog Studios were amazing, they really blew my mind.
Public event Science engagement Family entertainment
Robot Chef was performed at TechFest, a STEM festival in Aberdeen. We performed for an mixed audience of families, students and adults.
Foxdog Studios brought something fun, fresh and innovative to our festival. The audience loved them, their sausages, not so much!