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Central Hall Westminster appoints White Light as new production service partner

Central Hall Westminster
Central Hall Westminster today announces the appointment of White Light as its new production service partner following a competitive tender.  The new contract will commence on 1st July 2015, following a three month transition period.
White Light is a market leader in lighting, sound, and video, providing hire, sales, installation, and technical service for the entertainment and presentation industries.  Supplying solutions for projects of all sizes for the past 40 years, White Light was tasked in 2014 with the delivery of presentation-ready lighting, rigging and power for the NATO Summit Wales, covering meeting rooms, media areas, and conference dinners.


White Light will be investing in new audio-visual and lighting equipment to be permanently installed in a number of rooms at Central Hall and the partnership will span across all events held at the venue including concerts, corporate and private events.  

Paul Southern, Managing Director at Central Hall Westminster, comments: “This is an exciting new chapter for us at Central Hall. We pride ourselves on delivering first class events with excellent customer service and our new partnership with White Light will continue to cement our commitment to quality. We hope that with permanent equipment installed in many rooms the cost to our clients will be reduced and the quality improved; a great result all round.”  

White Light will be delivering all elements of technical production, with three dedicated members of staff on-site full-time. Richard Wilson, Director at White Light, adds:  “We are very excited to partner with the Central Hall Westminster team to make the venue shine. This unique agreement will ensure the best technical solutions for clients and their guests as well as supporting the development of the venue long term.”

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