First UK sale of grandMA ultra-light console specified for West London venue
14th December 2001
Originally previewed on the A.C. Lighting stand at the PLASA 2001 exhibition in London during September, the first sale has now been made in the UK of an MA Lighting grandMA ultra-light console.
The console was specified by Andy Mahaffey, Technical Manager at Watermans, a multi-purpose entertainment complex in Brentford, West London. The venue is undergoing a complete refurbishment and is scheduled to re-open in the Spring 2002. Watermans incorporates a theatre, cinema and 500 capacity multi-function café/bar area as well as a studio and gallery exhibition space.
Following an extensive evaluation at A.C. Lighting's demonstration facilities in High Wycombe, Andy Mahaffey found many attributes of the compact grandMA ultra-light to his liking and commented "I love the ease of accessibility to functions and adaptability offered by this console". Andy then added, "It's amazing to have this level of functionality in a console that occupies so little space".
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