Four Squares Weekends Birmingham

ATWTWe have been spending our time in Birmingham over the last month or two helping the Birmingham Hippodrome to celebrate the opening of the new Library in the City.

The series of events around the four squares in the centre of Birmingham was production managed by Liverpool based Event Design Logistics. Production manager Jon Sims asked dBS Solutions to provide audio systems across the sites for the three weekends.

With a range of challenges across the sites from tight load in and set up times, to broadcasting music across several of the audio systems wirelessly, dBS Solutions project managers Chris Bogg and Chris Taylor where on site to ensure all ran smoothly.

The first weekend saw five PA systems around the city for the weekend of dance. With acts from “Trollies” the performance of choreographed dance with shopping trollies, to the strange abstract Con tatto moving sculptures. Much of the systems where based around Our Ohm TRS systems with either TRS218 subs and TRS112H high packs for the larger locations and TRS112 on stands for the more intimate performances.

The next weekend saw performances of The Iron Man, with our Martin audio line array system, several of our Sennheiser radio mics, a selection of band mics and fold back all mixed on a Yamaha LS9 32 with some Q lab tracks thrown in for good measure. The weekend featured the talents of No Fit State Circus who where displaying a range of circus taster sessions, impromptu stunts and performances all set to traditional circus music.

The Final weekend in September featured both No Fit State Circus and the Wired Arial production “As The World Tipped. A busy weekend saw the dBS Team providing Ohm TRS systems for the circus events and two hangs of our Martin line array from PA towers for the evening Arial shows.

Both events where well attended and the four square weekends where an overwhelming success. Thanks goes to Jon and Stu at Event Design Logistics, dBS Engineers Chris Taylor, Richard Pomeroy, Keiron Murphy, Nick Jackson Phil Carus and Simon West.

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