‘Come to your senses’ was a one-off one-night exhibition art event in London Bridge organised by Ad-Hoc and Hi Fly Nest in an effort to bring creative people together with handpicked creative agencies and brands to facilitate new collaborations. The show on the evening of Tuesday 1 October was a feast for the senses and offered visitors insight into visual, aural, tactile, oral and nasal stimulation. Food was prepared by Shay Ola, founder of the Rebel Dining Society and Death by Burrito, who offered a rather interesting locust dumpling. The olfactory artist was the perfectly names Odette Toilette, who looks at ways to harness scent to help improve quality of life. Artistic collective Terrible Twins were in charge of touch and created a sensory installation in darkness while Michael Salu, former artistic director of Granta magazine, handled the visual with a film of himself cutting off his dreadlocks. Nadia-Anne Ricketts introduced a cross-over between sound and touch with her BeatWoven fabrics, which turn digital music technology into woven patterns.