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Robe lights Delivered Live webstream

Robe lights Delivered Live webstream

Robe lights Delivered Live webstream


Rental and production company Harry The Hirer Productions has teamed up with the Government of Victoria and Handshake Management to produce a weekly music and comedy performance, Delivered Live, livestreamed from Melbourne. Delivered Live’s lighting designer Marcus Pugh from Harry The Hirer has been using Robe lighting fixtures for the webcast.

The show provides some much-needed financial support to artists, crew and technicians, as well as live entertainment and positivity, during the nationwide lockdown, which is resulting in an almost complete shutdown of the live performance industry.

Delivered Live goes out from Harry The Hirer Productions’ production and demo area, The Studio. The webcasts draw on the company’s recent investment in Robe fixtures, which includes 24 Esprites, 24 MegaPointes and two RoboSpot systems purchased from Australian distributor, Jands. All Delivered Live’s audio and LED screens are also supplied by Harry The Hirer Productions, with cameras and operators sourced from Small Time TV. A grandMA2 light console is being used for the show’s lighting control.

The lineup of talent for Delivered Live, which has included musicians Tim Rogers, Freya Josephine Hollick and Hayley Mary, plus comedians Sami Shah and Adam Rozenbachs, is delivered by Handshake Management, and the show is hosted by musician and TV personality, Henry Wagons.

The event operates within social distancing guidelines, with a maximum of 10 people in the room at any one time. The FOH lighting and sound positions are spaced out to give each operator 4m2 of working space, and the crew wear full PPE. Every artist receives a sanitised microphone in sealed wrapping with windsocks, and all equipment is disinfected after use. While free to stream, viewers are encouraged to donate, with funds divided between participating artists and crew. Shows are drawing an average of 20,000 viewers and selling around 2,000 ‘tickets’.

‘Our industry is going through some extremely tough and uncertain times, but we have to be positive and focus on the other side of this crisis,’ said Pugh. ‘I am so proud to be part of this incredible team helping to bring comedy, music and fun to an audience craving live entertainment and social interaction.’

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