Tag: SGM

HSL Supplies Lighting & Video to Arenacross Tour

Arena Sports Live presented motorcycle stunt acrobatics for their 2019 AX tour, with HSL supplying a full production package – lighting, video and rigging...

SLX Invests in Versatile Lighting Technology

SLX has invested in universal lighting technology from lighting technology provider, SGM. In the latest move, SLX have expanded its current £11m lighting, audio, video and...

ULA Group Partner with SGM

ULA Group has announced a new partnership with SGM, a proud Danish company specialising in LED lighting solutions. Cuono Biviano, Managing Director of ULA Group...

Utopium Set Ed Fringe Alight

Bristol-based lighting company, Utopium supplied lighting to the 2017 Edinburgh Festival Fringe, the largest arts festival in the world. The festival saw comedic performances from...

GM Releases New G-4 Wash Light

Today, SGM releases a new addition to G-range of moving heads. The G-4 Wash is a lightweight and compact high-power Fresnel wash light with...

Video Illusions And GLS Help Sector 6 Fire Up Boomtown

Sector 6 was an enormous brand new stage and performance area at the 2016 Boomtown Festival in the UK. A brainchild of Dan Borg,...

Significant Technical Investments For Event Concept In 2016

Event Concept has announced several new investments in its technical equipment, including new lighting, audio and video equipment. The London-based company has invested heavily in...

Knight Of Illumination Awards Shortlist Announced

The judging panel for the Knight of Illumination (KOI) Awards 2016 Concert Touring and Events category has announced its shortlisted designers for next month’s...

GLS Makes Massive GLP Investment

GLS Lighting in Southampton, part of the HSL Group family, has made a significant investment in over 200 new fixtures from leading manufacturer German...

HSL Announces Another £2 Million Investment In Kit

Blackburn UK based lighting and visual rental specialist HSL continues on the proactive investment path it followed throughout 2015, with another £2 million spent...