PLASA Show 2015

Niels Stevens, Adobe. Loudness and R128 ... Training in the Production Industry. A Vision for the Future. ... Productions Training. Line Arrays Unravelled.
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PLASA Show 2015 is the world renowned business event for the live entertainment industry attracting an international audience of pro audio, lighting, broadcast, AV and stage technology experts. @PlasaShow Sponsored by:


PLASA Show 2015 ExCeL London One Western Gateway, Victoria Dock Rd, London, E16 1XL.

What’s New for 2015?

Opening times

Focused Hubs on the show floor for Audio, Broadcast, Lighting, AV and Staging

New sector specific seminar streams, workshops and product demo platforms

Sunday 4 October 10am - 6pm

Seminar streams hosting 100+ industry leading speakers

New networking areas for increased business generation – return of show bar

Monday 5 October 10am - 8pm

Increased emphasis on product innovation pre-show and onsite Three day format to reduce costs and ROI

Enhanced website: product search, enhanced exhibitor profile, industry news.

Tuesday 6 October 10am - 4pm

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Seminar Highlights Audio Audio and Consciousness Tony Andrews, Funktion One

Danielle Feinberg Pixar

Projection Artwork – Tom Burch

SiPA Industry Launch: A Decade of Change 2015 – 2025 Sustainability in Production Alliance

Digital Mixing for the Real World Audio panel chaired by Phil Ward

Embracing Apprenticeships Andy Lenthall, PSA Tax Essentials for Freelancers Tony Lennon, BECTU; Steven Sykes, Blue Skies Partnership

Training in the Production Industry. A Vision for the Future. Mike Lowe, Director, Britannia Row Productions Creating a Live Mix -Britannia Row Productions Training Line Arrays Unravelled Adam Hockley, d&b audiotechnik

Phil Ward audio writer


Is Mixing Personal? Jon Burton, Soulsound

DON’T WORRY, BE IP – Networking for live sound and installation Audio panel chaired by Phil Ward

Gideon Berger and Stephen Gallagher

Sign up to book your seat Broadcast Showcasing the very latest developments in their Creative Cloud content creation tools and services. Niels Stevens, Adobe Loudness and R128 - What’s it all about? Mike Thornton, Institute of Professional Sound

Lighting From Pixels to Pictures: The Cinematography of Pixar’s Films Danielle Feinberg Lighting and Video Design - ALD panel. Peter Mumford, Paul Pyant, Jon Driscoll Advanced Colour Control Jeremy Roberts, ETC; Daniel Murfin, Royal National Theatre How many lights do you need? The work of the lighting designer on a budget ALD panel. Kelli Zezulka, ALD, Elliot Griggs, Chris Withers

CONFERENCE, 5 OCTOBER 2015 Mike Rowe Brittania Row

Frederik Yonsson & Ola Melzig - Eurovision

Staging What could possibly go wrong? Planning the Eurovision Song Contest 2016 - Ola Melzig, Fredrik Jönsson Making Music Look Good Gideon Berger and Stephen Gallagher, Block 9 ‘Why couldn’t you get a proper job?’ A dialogue between Keith Woods and Carl A H Martin from IQ Production 100

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Opening with a keynote form Hedwig de Meyer of StageCo and rounded up with a Q&A by Bill Sapsis, this year’s Rigging Conference has an impressive line-up of speakers discussing key topics of interest to the global rigging community.

Key themes include: Cris Giavedoni talks about current issues surrounding the integration, ownership and use of chain hoists Paul Riddiford and Ron Bonner give updates on the NRC and trainee rigger scheme; progress of CWA 15902 to becoming an EN standard


In CDM 2015 Gavin Bull from the HSE Construction Division will present the HSE’s view of where we are and what lies ahead

Challenging Rules and Resolutions: The Limits of