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The hilariously funny, successful Brendan O'Carroll comedy creation ‘Mrs. Brown’s Boys’ continues its popular live touring version, leaving a wake of smiles and laughs, with full technical production – lighting, sound, video, rigging and crew – supplied by Adlib. Adlib has been involved with Mrs. Brown’s Boys live since its very first theatre tour in 2000, and since then it’s become a multi award winning TV show and a massive arena live show phenomenon!
American musical theatre star, Idina Menzel, recently played the Royal Albert Hall, as part of the UK leg of her 2017 world tour. The singer, famous for her roles in Broadway blockbusters Rent and Wicked—is also known for her Oscar and Grammy award winning song ‘Let it Go’ from Disney’s animated film Frozen. Her current tour features a magical medley of numbers from the musicals she’s appeared in, as well as her own solo songs, covers, and the instantly recognisable, Let it Go.
When “panic rocker” Udo Lindenberg goes on tour it becomes total art for the eyes and ears. In his locker Udo Lindenberg has everything that makes a show the absolute highlight: artists, UFOs, sensations and, as always, his own secrets, which create a light and video show with extra class and perfect sound. This was certainly the case with the recently completed tour of the new album "Stronger than Time" (“Stärker als die Zeit“). The 71-year-old does not think he will ever stop, and promises his fans another 30 years of well-refined panic with orchestra.
For this year’s VELUX EHF4 Champions League Finals in the Lanxess Arena on June 3 & 4 Elements Entertainment GmbH again produced the entertainment program. This company hired Production Resource Group AG for the technical realization, which in turn chose HDwireless from Mechernich for the substantial wireless video transmission.
Multi-platinum, Grammy-Award winning artists Zac Brown Band (ZBB) is on the road again with a new album “WELCOME HOME” and a brand-new production lighting and visuals design created by James Scott and Louis Oliver from UK-based creative design practice, Okulus. James and Louis have included 32 x Robe Spiiders on the lighting rig, which are integral to creating the look, feel and lighting ambience of the show.
On his current Libre Tour, Franco de Vita is regularly filling America’s major venues. The award-winning composer, pianist and pop singer from Venezuela, who currently lives in Madrid, has already written songs for artists such as Ricky Martin, Chayanne and Luis Fonsi. Throughout his thirty-year career, he has won Latin Grammys, sold platinum albums and had several number-one hits in many Latin-American countries. His tracks always easily reach tens of millions of views on YouTube, or sometimes even more.
Hans Zimmer is one of the world’s most renown film score composers. He has written over 100 scores, including those for Rain Man, Driving Miss Daisy, The Lion King, Gladiator, As Good As It Gets and The Last Samurai and has been nominated for seven Golden Globes, seven Grammys and seven Oscars. It is medleys from this incredible collection of work that the music for his current tour is selected. The audio design for the show evolved during preproduction and rehearsals, but what was clear from the start was that the console channel count was going to be immense, and that the only consoles that could handle it were DiGiCos.
Canadian singer / songwriter The Weeknd is currently rocking plenty of style and enjoying success, critical acclaim, multiple awards and several hits from his chart-topping third studio album ‘Starboy’ …. propelling him a long way from his underground roots and early anonymous mixtapes uploaded to You Tube in 2010. Lighting for 2017’s ‘Starboy Legend of the Fall’ tour has been designed by Sooner Routhier who picked Robe Spikie moving lights together with BMFL Spots and WashBeams to be at the heart of the rig.
British cult band Depeche Mode launched a world tour to celebrate its latest album, “Spirit”, in Stockholm on 5 May. In the first part of the tour, the band will be performing 34 shows in front of 1.5 million fans in 21 different European countries. The musicians will then continue their tour in North and South America.
The amazing team from Robe’s South African distributor DWR Distribution totally excelled themselves at the 2017 Mediatech Africa exhibition last week … taking visitors on a show-stopping ‘experience’, culminating in a fully choreographed show staged at their new demo / showroom facility in Randburg, Johannesburg. The star of the show was Jeffrey, an impressive 3.2 metre high automated robot, with a real character, an expressive face and all his major body parts made / highlighted using a variety of Robe lighting fixtures.
WIcreations provided StageCo with specialist automation services to move four massive towers onstage at the epic Vasco Rossi concert and spectacle in Modena – the Italian rock superstar’s only scheduled live appearance in 2017 - attended by 250,000 rapturous fans on a blisteringly hot summer’s day in Modena Park.
Singer, songwriter, instrumentalist, hit-maker and one of the world’s best-selling recording artists - Phil Collins - was on the road last month (June 2017) for his “Not Dead Yet” mini tour, named as per his autobiography published in October 2016. Collins’ long term lighting designer Patrick Woodroffe has created a stylish, animated lightshow, which is directed and operated on the road by Roland Greil, who also acted as the associate designer for the show - the two have collaborated on a number of projects in recent years including Adele last year, and on this one they worked closely with set and scenic designer, Misty Buckley.
Multi award winning French rapper Soprano – known for his hard-hitting but expletive-free lyrics as much as his massive popularity – recently toured with a new show and lighting design created by Victorien Cayzeele from All Access Design (AAD). He specified Robe Spikies and BMFL Blades, which were supplied from leading French rental company, Dushow.
The recent edition of Polish Idol featured a distinctive filmic styling emanating from the visual influence of LD Artur Szyman, one of the country’s leading lighting and scenic designers, who was assisted by 96 x Robe Spikies and 80 x LEDWash 800s among other lights on his plot.
Supplied by Britannia Row Productions in Europe and Clair Bros in the USA, dLive was selected by monitor engineer, Tom Howat. The system comprises a S5000 Surface with DM64 MixRack, DX32 Expander Rack, and two IP8 controllers for remote access. Howat has used dLive on previous tours, including Paolo Nutini and Morrissey.