Out post sound supports upcoming Brighton festivals

UK: Brighton-based out post sound is supporting two Brighton festivals in the next few weeks - The Great Escape (15th, 16th & 17th May) and the Brighton Children's Book Festival (19th & 20th April).
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UK: Brighton-based out post sound is supporting two Brighton festivals in the next few weeks - The Great Escape (15th, 16th & 17th May) and the Brighton Children's Book Festival (19th & 20th April).

out post, an official partner of this year's Escape and sponsor of the expanded Brighton Children's Book Festival, feels it important for local businesses to put something back into the community. Said Rob Speight, MD of out post sound (and frequent Pro Sound News Europe contributor): "The Great Escape goes from strength to strength, enabling music industry people to explore a wealth of new talent, while this year's Brighton Children's Book Festival is exploring the ever-present adaptation of children's literature into television, film and interactive media. Both events provide opportunities for festival-goers to interact and network with key industry figures as well as experiencing new and up and coming talent." Dakota Blue Richards (pictured), star of the Golden Compass, is one of the big names appearing at the festival.

out post itself, as a new and expanding business, says it is "well-aware of the advantages of picking from the crop of developing talent to provide unique and unrivalled services to an ever-evolving pro audio industry".

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» www.outpostsound.co.uk
» www.escapegreat.com
» www.bcbf.org

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