Sunday, July 31st, 2016

Clay Paky puts sizzle in Distant Heat

Distant Heat is an annual summer dance party that takes place in the beautiful desert of Wadi Rum in Jordan, a very unique setting for a celebration of this kind. The goal is to bring people together in an exquisite setting and help showcase Jordan as a peaceful destination. The all-night party hosts some of […]

Successful service at the 2009 Edinburgh Festival

Stage Electrics has reported another successful year as a leading supplier of technical equipment to the Edinburgh Festival. A dedicated team spent the duration of the festival in the cultural capital, on hand 24 hours a day to provide technical equipment and assistance to a variety of venues. Leading venues serviced by Stage Electrics included: […]

grandMA for Morrissey

Lighting Designer Max Conwell of Naked Eye used a grandMA full-size and a grandMA2 light as backup to control lighting for leading UK singer-songwriter Morrissey’s “Tour of Refusal”, which concluded stylishly with three sold-out shows at London’s Brixton Academy. The tour has been out since January, and Conwell has worked with the artist for the […]

Gearhouse supplies South African tattoo

Gearhouse South Africa supplied all technical production – including, sound, lighting, power and structures – plus audience seating for the hugely popular 2009 South African Tattoo, staged at Montecasino, Johannesburg, ZA. The extravaganza featured over 600 local and international performers, blending the traditional Tattoo spectacle of massed pipe bands and Highland dancers with a distinctly […]

Young Frankenstein comes to life with grandMA

Young Frankenstein is the musical version of the book by Mel Brooks and Thomas Meehan, with music and lyrics by Brooks. It is based on the 1974 comedy film of the same name written by Brooks and Gene Wilder and directed by Brooks. It is a parody of the horror film genre, specifically the 1931 […]

Kuorosta with Clay Paky Alpha Beam 300

Clay Paky’s Alpha Beam 300 recently aided a dynamic mix of choir-meets-rock’n’roll at Kuorosota (“Battle of the Choirs”) in Lahti, Finland. The format is similar to a singing contest, although the participants are not what you would expect. If you’re picturing a stoic and formally robed choir singing hymnals, you’re way off. After all, this […]