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AC-ET Hosts ‘LED for Theatres’ UK Workshop

Les Miserables

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A.C. Entertainment Technologies (AC-ET) Ltd, one of the industry‘s leading suppliers of specialist LED lighting and control solutions, is hosting a one day ‘LED for Theatres’ UK Workshop on Saturday, 17th August 2013 in the idyllic production environment of The Kings Theatre in Portsmouth.

With huge technical advances being made in LED lighting and control in recent years, more and more theatres are taking advantage of the latest generation of LED solutions when upgrading their lighting systems.

The ‘LED for Theatres’ Workshop has been organised in response to customer interest and follows a number of high-profile theatres and touring productions utilising LED technologies supplied by AC-ET.

The informal event will enable attendees to get ‘hands-on’ with the very latest in LED solutions designed for theatres – chosen from AC-ET’s impressive portfolio of over 200 technology brands – and
compare like-for-like LED and conventional lighting fixtures in the perfect production environment.

Brands showcased include various LED fixtures from Chroma-Q™, Spotlight, ETC and Philips Selecon, along with lighting and media control solutions from the Jands Vista range.

Although the event is geared towards LED technologies, AC-ET staff will be happy to discuss the company‘s complete ’one stop shop‘ of theatrical technology products, accessories and consumables.

Anyone involved in production for a venue, an amateur theatre group, a hire company, or that’s a freelancer, is invited to pop in at any point on the day between 10am – 5pm, and then join the AC-ET staff for a drink afterwards.

To register your interest, please visit:

Alternatively, please contact the event organiser, Bob Allen of the AC-ET Southern UK Sales team, on Tel: 01494 838378 / email: bob.allen@ac-et.com

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