Author Archives: PTB

De Montfort Hall Orchestra Lighting

Installation of GDS ArcSystem 8 Cell luminaires to provide fully dimmable. high brightness lighting for use in classical concerts. With the continued reduction in the availability of high wattage halogen lamps, the De Montfort Hall were looking for an alternative solution to replace their ageing 1kW source orchestra lighting. GDS ArcSystem 8 Cell luminaires were […]

Birmingham Hippodrome – LED House Lighting

Birmingham Hippodrome successfully presents a strong programme of musicals, comedy, dance, ballet and opera to a wide catchment area, in close association with resident partners Birmingham Royal Ballet and DanceXchange. It comprises an 1850-seat main auditorium, a 209-seat studio – the Patrick Centre – four dance studios, and public spaces that include the Circle Restaurant, […]

Birmingham Hippodrome – LED House Lighting

Replacement of house lighting in the main auditorium, the Patrick Centre, foyer and front of house bar and circulation areas. Custom illuminated Row End luminaires and all associated control systems. Push The Button worked closely with the Birmingham Hippodrome technical staff to design and install an energy effient lighting solution for their 1900 seat auditorium. […]

Birmingham Hippodrome – Digital Signage

PTB worked with the Hippodrome’s Operation Director, Mike Bradford to deliver seamless digital signage to the refurbished foyer at the Birmingham Hippodrome. Screens were installed above the new ticket office with a ‘ribbon’ of screens installed above the main exit doors. But the biggest ‘statement’ was made by cutting away the original foyer fluorescent back […]

The Savoy Theatre, London – Dimmer Installation

Working on behalf of White Light Ltd, PTB have recently completed the replacement of production lighting dimmers at The Savoy Theatre. The existing EC90 dimmers were replaced with four ETC Sensor3 ESR36 racks along with the installation of a custom termination chamber to deal with a large quantity of MICC cables installed in the theatre. […]