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
The Cape Town leg of RMB Starlight Classics, brought to you by Rand Merchant Bank and produced by Jam Events, was hosted at the Vergelegen Wine Estate in Somerset West on 11 and 12 March 2016. This is one of Lighting Designer Joshua Cutts’ favourite shows and he worked in close collaboration with fellow designer Christopher Bolton from Keystone. Technical elements supplied by Gearhouse Group included the main stage and venue lighting, structures, sets, rigging and power, as well as the centre LED Screen.May 4, 2016 Read More
GEARHOUSE JOINS INTERNATIONAL AV NETWORK South Africa's premier Technical supplier, Gearhouse South Africa recently joined a world-wide network of key industry players; a move which will undoubtedly improve their international profile and extend their market reach as well as assist local meeting planners who can now easily access the same standard of technical service anywhere in the world through this association. AV Alliance unites the worlds leading event technology services providers under one roof. 29 companies in 25 different countries form an alliance that stands for total quality and reliability.Mar 11, 2016 Read More
Brian Madiba (46) is a theatre crew freelancer who is passionate about running. This year will be his tenth Old Mutual Two Oceans Marathon race but many are not aware of what it takes for this man to be there. A couple of friends in the industry, Alistair Kilbee from Gearhouse Splitbeam and Duncan Riley from DWR Distribution, decided to lend a hand.
Running is in Brian’s family, it’s what his brothers and uncles do, and the sport he has participated in for the past 27 years. He trains every day, twice a day in fact when he is not working.Feb 19, 2016 Read More
West coast-born Jaques Fouche is the latest addition to the Cape Town branch's Sales team, but it has been quite a journey to get to where he is now.
On completing his schooling, he moved to Cape Town and took on a position in market research whilst trying to decide what career path to embark on. "At that tender age, I had no clear vision of the path I wanted to take in life." he muses. "The only thing I knew for sure was that I really like being around people and discovering what makes them tick."The digital age was booming and his involvement in research meant that he got to work very closely with big corporates determining what the market's technological needs were - a background that proved very useful when he joined Gearhouse."Feb 19, 2016 Read More
Gearhouse Group was once again present on the floor of the largest “Business Tourism marketing platform” in South Africa in 2016. Meetings Africa took place on 23 and 24th February at the Sandton Convention Centre. “ This exhibition is always a great opportunity for the Gearhouse Group to connect with the International Hosted Buyers and Local Corporates as well as many of our clients who are also participants. As INHOUSE Venue Technical Management, one of the Gearhouse Group companies, caters specifically for corporate events within venues; Meetings Africa is a good platform to connect with the venues that we are already servicing as well” says the Group’s, Marketing Manager, Robyn D’Alessandro.Feb 19, 2016 Read More