Category Archives: Case Study

National Theatre – Olivier Theatre LED House Lighting

Olivier Theatre House Lighting Designed by Denys Lasdun and opened in 1976, the National Theatre building marked a dramatic shift in the technological infrastructure of British theatres. The forty years since the building opened have seen many new technologies brought into theatre production; over that time the National has always worked to ensure that those […]

Royal Academy Of Music – Susie Sainsbury Theatre and Angela Burgess Recital Hall

Hidden behind the listed façade of the Royal Academy of Music’s Edwardian premises, surrounded by Grade I and Grade II listed buildings and located within the Regent’s Park conservation area, two distinct, outstanding performance spaces have been designed by Ian Ritchie Architects, alongside contractors Geoffrey Osborne Ltd, and seamlessly integrated within the historic site. Following its […]

Bristol Hippodrome – LED House Lighting

Designed by theatre architect Frank Matcham for Oswald Stoll, the Bristol Hippodrome first opened its doors in 1912. This project saw Push The Button (PTB) approached to design, supply and install a LED houselighting system to retrofit into the Grade II listed auditorium. The project that followed was to become the world’s first installation of […]

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, […]