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Rigging & Staging
It is critical for any type of event that the audience can see the main attraction. Whether it’s a catwalk, an awards ceremony, or a performance, your audience requires a clear view. Our adaptable equipment allows you to design a stage that effectively conveys the nature of the event and ensures guests have the best viewing experience possible.
We can provide a wide range of quality rigging hire that will enable you to take the event to the next level, whether it is a large-scale performance or an intimate show.
Rigging can add a new dimension to your event by suspending or flying audio, lighting, visual aids, and/or stage props. However, without the necessary experience, this can be dangerous.
Even though our experienced riggers and production managers are creative, safety and professionalism are paramount in our work. Before every event, we meticulously plan and test all of our equipment to ensure that everything runs smoothly.
In our industry, rigging refers to the methods and equipment used to secure other equipment such as lighting, video screens, audio equipment, and so on in the proper position, which is often suspended overhead or vertically.
The need for rigging will depend on the equipment required for the event. If there are lighting fixtures, LED video walls, projectors etc, there will likely be an element of rigging required. if you would like lighting in the ceiling of your event space then this would be generally achieved with rigging. When booking a venue it’s key to ask if they have rigging points in their ceilings to ensure this is possible.
Ceiling rigging is extremely useful if maximising the full capacity of the room is a priority as ground support structures can take up valuable floor space. Ceiling rigging also allows you to be more creative in the overall design of the room.
Staging is available in a variety of modular sizes. This allows you to build a stage to any size you want, including heights. All stage tops can be carpeted, and bespoke textures, as well as custom fascia boards, are available.
The staging legs are responsible for the overall height of the stage. Although standard sizes of 1ft, 2ft, and 3ft are available, they can be customised to any height to create tiered stages and designs.