American singer Halsey kicked off her Manic World Tour 2020 in Madrid in February supporting her just released studio album, also called Manic. The Manic World Tour spans 48 shows, and kicked off in Europe, with the next legs currently being planned for Asia and North America later this year.
When Guns N’ Roses’ successful ‘Not In This Lifetime’ tour switched to disguise for its North American leg, it opened up new creative possibilities to enhance the already visually spectacular rock show. The tour wrapped with two shows at The Colosseum in Caesars Palace, Las Vegas. The three-year world tour played
The Tony Award-winning Best Musical ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ opened in London at the Noel Coward Theatre with video projection comprising the shows entire stage scenery. Supplied by Stage Sound Services, three disguise vx 4 and four gx 1 servers powered projections for the show, highlighting the huge impact of social media
When Tal Yarden created the projection design for ‘Network’ on Broadway he selected disguise gx 2 media servers to drive the video-intensive environment that sets the scene for the iconic story of network anchor Howard Beale. Bryan Cranston won a Tony Award for his portrayal of Beale, an ageing anchor struggling
Esports Championship Series (ECS) Season 7, the latest iteration of the world’s most-watched CS:GO (Counter-Strike: Global Offensive) tournament, took place earlier this year, culminating in a four-day final in June at The SSE Arena, Wembley, London. The 16 groups that started the event were gradually reduced to four teams, which
The House of Dancing Water is the world’s largest water-based theatre production, with the team at Franco Dragone behind the production. The show combines water, stunts, acrobatics, aerial arts and theatre. The show is performed in a tailor made 2,000 seat theatre and the performance is set across a multi-level stage
Post Malone, the American singer/songwriter, has embarked on his ‘Beerbongs & Bentleys’ 2019 World Tour with the disguise pro range powering large-scale LED video screens. The arena tour, with lighting design by Ben Dalgleish, began in February 2019 with multiple dates in Europe, South America and Australia, followed by US festival