T-Mobile Flashmob at Heathrow Airport

After choreographing a massive dance routine at London's Liverpool Street station and a singalong at Trafalgar Square, T-Mobile just shot their latest flashmob commercial at Heathrow Airport in London.

The most impressive thing about this particular flashmob? No instruments were used. The "human orchestra" mimics the sound of trumpets, violins, and drums, among other instruments.

The crowd, made up of more than 500 actors, dressed up as taxi drivers, cabin crew, baggage handlers, and members of the public. They burst into dance sequences throughout the day as an estimated 80,000 people passed through Terminal 5 on arrival.

via [guardian]

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Tags: Flashmob, Heathrow Airport, T-Mobile

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Comment by lauralove on November 2, 2010 at 8:03am
No instruments?! Wow, this is incredible!
Comment by Martin on November 1, 2010 at 12:09pm
When I heard about this I thought '*groan* another expensive piece of completely fake but oh-so-kooky 'spontaneity' just to sell more phones', but...

what an incredibly talented group of performers! All credit to them.

There ought to be a blooper reel of members of the public who totally didn't get caught up in the 'magic', because if there is ever a place to find grumpy people, it is Heathrow airport.
Comment by sAm on November 1, 2010 at 10:31am
How great would it be to see this in person. Unreal!
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