Lighting Insights


Erik Morra Adds Rogue Touch To Newsies

NORTH BETHESDA, MD – Founded in 1789, Georgetown Prep is one of the oldest preparatory schools in the US. The halls of its leafy campus outside Washington DC resonate with tradition, as Erik Morra discovered when he signed on to light a show at the school’s student theatre in February. However, one of the main […]

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Blue Audio Ensures Bright Future for Resonate Music Conference With CHAUVET Professional Maverick

GLASGOW – Simple Minds, Franz Ferdinand and Primal Scream are just some of the internationally acclaimed acts to have come from Glasgow’s thriving independent music scene. To celebrate and safeguard the rich musical pedigree of Glasgow – (Scotland’s de facto music capital), the Resonate Music conference was launched in 2017 by local artist management consultancy […]


CHAUVET Professional Introduces Ovation Par Fixtures

SUNRISE, FL USA – CHAUVET Professional’s Ovation line of LED ellipsoidal, Fresnel and batten fixtures have earned widespread praise since their introduction a few years ago, impressing lighting designers from London’s West End, to regional theatres in Australia and across the US. Now the company has expanded the groundbreaking stage lighting series by introducing a […]

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Craig Rutherford Uses CHAUVET Professional To Update Looks On First Baptist Church Pensacola’s Stage

PENSACOLA, FL – Founded in 1847, First Baptist Church Pensacola stays young, vibrant and relevant by seeking new ways to engage worshippers. In addition to its Sunday services, the church offers a host of events, from women’s conferences and mid-week learning sessions, to sports activities for people of all ages. Last year, the AVL system […]

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Sound & Light UK Ensures Varied Visuals for Piece Hall Spiegeltent With CHAUVET Professional

HALIFAX, UK – With its magnificent period sandstone construction and impressive 8,000 square meter courtyard, The Piece Hall in Halifax, West Yorkshire, is one of the UK’s best-preserved examples of Industrial Revolution- era architecture. Although the courtyard initially served as a marketplace for traders selling woolen cloth from the town’s many textile mills, a recent […]