Fans can sign up now to ensure they're first to hear about tickets for the 'Twin Peaks' eatery
What appears to be a pop-up restaurant based on David Lynch’s cult TV series Twin Peaks is to open in London next month.
Named after the infamous cryptic quote from Lynch’s surreal series, The Owls Are Not What They Seem is billed as “an immersive dining experience experience inspired by the world of Twin Peaks. It will run at a currently undisclosed location in central London from August 27 to October 17.
Fans can register now at http://www.notwhattheyseem.com for a chance to be “among the first to hear when tickets go on sale”.
It was reported earlier this month (July) that Lynch’s eagerly-anticipated Twin Peaks revival series has been pushed back from 2016 to 2017. Mark Frost, who co-created the cult TV series with David Lynch, said in a recent interview that the new episodes, which he has co-written with Lynch, would be “coming out on Showtime sometime in 2017”.
Meanwhile, original Twin Peaks cast members Sherilyn Fenn and Sheryl Lee recently revealed that the new season has doubled in size and will now comprise 18 episodes. It has also been confirmed that Angelo Badalamenti, the composer of the show’s original theme music and score, will be writing brand new music for the new episodes.