SARA announced that LETPC has been given the 'green light' to return for three years
Following the success of its inaugural event, LETPC (Live Event Technical and Production Conference returned for a two-and-a-half day event spanning 12th - 14th May at the Sunnyside Park Hotel in Parktown, Johannesburg. LETPC 2016, sponsored by Gearhouse Group SA, Beautiful Creations and the Department of Arts and Culture, and initiated by SARA (South African Roadies Association), continued to highlight the necessity of technical and production training within the live events sector.May 26, 2016 Read More
In a fast-changing information landscape and a softening global economy; event organisers are seeking value for money and are better informed about technical potential than ever before. A well-delivered event is no longer sufficient to keep these clients satisfied; technical suppliers need to be able to meet and serve their option-savvy expectations in terms of value, solution innovation and standout service but, most importantly, meet them in a way that instils trust and fosters confidence in their technology partner.May 26, 2016 Read More
LEDVision (Pty) ltd, South Africa's top full-service LED rental provider, has just taken delivery of the latest in a string of technological acquisitions that continues to set them apart in the LED arena.
“We are now able to rent high resolution indoor screen to our clients, in the form of 105sqm of ROE Visual BP3 screen product, with an HD pixel pitch of 3.9mm. Known as Black Pearl, this product offers the same award-winning tile design as its predecessor, the Black Onyx and is powered by Tessera LED processing - a cutting-edge system from Brompton Technology.May 26, 2016 Read More
Stuart Andrews from Gearhouse with Nick Britz from DWR Distribution.
Gearhouse South Africa has made the largest LumenRadio investment in Africa which was used for The Forever Living Products 2016 Global Rally at the Ticketpro Dome in North Riding Johannesburg.May 26, 2016 Read More
Buyel ‘Embo – Return to your roots! Buyel’ Embo Village opens our eyes to the beauty of our African roots through live music, local African arts, crafts, entertainment and cuisines. Buyel’ Embo Village truly redefines the term ‘tavern’ and proves that there is so much more to a ‘tavern’ than people think!
Situated in the heart of Mandela Park, Khayelitsha, Buyel’ Embo Village is a place where our African roots are reawakened. A place which seeks to remind us of our true origins and traditions, while allowing us to celebrate ‘Ubuntu bethu’ through music from top local DJs, live bands and other cultural events. However, Buyel’ Embo is more than just a cultural village; it’s also a huge tourist attraction, drawing many visitors locally and abroad every year.May 26, 2016 Read More
The use of clever technology for ‘I See You’ greatly enhanced the viewing experience of the play and emphasised the notion that technology can be art in itself.
The beauty of the ‘I See You’ production, a collaboration between local writer Mongiwekhaya, the Market Theatre in Johannesburg and the Royal Court Theatre in London, was its clever use of technology. It was also the debut of Mongiwekhaya.May 26, 2016 Read More
Prophet Samuel Radebe took to the centre of the pitch at Johannesburg's FNB Stadium for an in-the-round Good Friday event from the Revelation Church of God.
Worship events in Africa can often be on the grandest of scales. It is not unusual for tens of thousands of people to gather to hear high-profile preachers or worship bands. This can lead to a huge challenge for a house of worship's technical team, particularly if the service takes place away from its usual venue.May 26, 2016 Read More