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Autograph announces new company structure

Autograph announces new company structure
Autograph MD, Scott Arnold

Autograph announces new company structure

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Formed in 1972, Autograph Sound Recording has established itself as a world leader in theatre sound, both in the UK and across the globe, with productions across APAC including the Mamma Mia! tour of China and Secret Cinema presents Casino Royale in Shanghai. In 1982 the company was joined by Autograph Sales, bringing its theatre experience into the sales and installations markets.

At September’s PLASA show it was announced that both companies are now operating under the one banner from the same London address, and that Autograph has extended its services to clients, both at home and overseas. While theatre remains a core discipline, the company’s activities now encompass sound design, equipment rental and sales, event solutions, technical support, consultancy, infrastructure design and installation, training and product development. Autograph’s portfolio now also extends beyond outside audio to encompass advanced digital networking, data management and visual media. Recent projects in which the company has delivered fully integrated AV solutions include several independent schools, RADA, the British Museum, and a soon-to-be-completed major car launch. To reflect the new structure and the company’s range of services, a new website is now online.

Mamma Mia! in China
Mamma Mia! in China

“The enforced lockdown periods, though not welcomed, did give us the opportunity to concentrate on completing the changes we are now pleased to announce,” explained MD Scott Arnold. “We are able to deliver all of the qualities and expertise that are uniquely Autograph to a much wider range of customers and applications – whatever the project, the experience our customers receive will very clearly have the Autograph stamp on it.”

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