Stage Electrics autumn exhibitions return

The one-day events – held at Newcastle College on 22 October and Royal Northern College of Music on 24 October – are designed to create awareness of the latest technology within the industry, give visitors the opportunity try out equipment and to discuss technical questions with professionals.
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This autumn sees the return of Stage Electrics’ annual regional exhibitions in Newcastle and Manchester, aimed at amateurs, students, professionals and technicians working in education, the arts, theatre, broadcast and entertainment. The one-day events – held at Newcastle College on 22 October and Royal Northern College of Music on 24 October – are designed to create awareness of the latest technology within the industry, give visitors the opportunity try out equipment and to discuss technical questions with professionals. “We are excited about this year's regional exhibitions with the new additions to our exhibitor line-up. Stage Electrics is passionate about engaging with our customers and providing them with access to the latest equipment available, this is a great way to achieve it in an intimate friendly environment,” said Anna Western, sales director, Stage Electrics. Over 25 of the industry’s leading manufacturers of audio, lighting, video and staging equipment will be at each event. Audio exhibitors for 2013 include Sennheiser, EM Acoustics, DiGiCo, Yamaha and RCF. Registration for each event is available online. www.stage-exhibition.co.uk

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