Sunday, April 23, 2006

The War of the Worlds at Manchester Evening News Arena


Today we're at the Manchester Evening News Arena, i think this is the biggest venue we play. THings have gone well today no major drams, which is great after last nights troubles. We're now half way through Act Two and as yet all is going well. There has been much talk and planning regarding the DVD film shoot that is taking place on Tuesday at Wemembly. The audience are really enjoying the show and had a lot of fun with the Marshan View Cam. Tonight's load out shouldn't take too long as there is plenty of space for trucks and stuff. Which is great news as Fe has come up and we're staying here in Manchester tonight before my lecture in LIPA tomorrow.

2 Comments:

Blogger Dan said...

Nice blog. Interesting to see behind the scenes on such a large show, I've never been involved on anything on that scale. And it was a fantastic show!

So you teach too? Where and what?

9:54 am  
Blogger Brew said...

I do a little bit at Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts (LIPA) With the third year Sound Technology and Theatre and Performance Technology students. Mainly with the Advanced Live Sound module

4:33 pm  

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