Britannia Row Productions provided all requirements for the show’s audio system.
ritannia Row Productions was one of the first companies globally to make an investment in Sennheiser’s new Digital 6000 series.
For Robbie William’s Heavy Entertainment Show, sound engineer Simon Hodge is mixing on a Digico SD7 using an L-Acoustics K1 based system from Britanni...
Concert organisers had just seven days before the concert was held to organise the event.
Following “a successful strategic alliance” which has been in place since the beginning of the year, Britannia Row Productions has confirmed its acqui...
The show carries control and monitors provided by Britannia Row.
Britannia Row Productions Training is running its core 12 week Live Sound Technology Course (LSTC) from early April.
Ever the travelling troubadours, Two Door Cinema Club are currently touring the UK with sound engineer Ian Laughton at the controls of a Britrow K2 sy...
The enormous three stage set up spread across the Ahoy was a big challenge for Britannia Row Productions
The show was in part a tribute to Sir Terry Wogan, the BBC Radio 2 presenter who was one of Children in Need's staunchest advocates.