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The hilariously funny, successful Brendan O'Carroll comedy creation ‘Mrs. Brown’s Boys’ continues its popular live touring version, leaving a wake of smiles and laughs, with full technical production – lighting, sound, video, rigging and crew – supplied by Adlib. Adlib has been involved with Mrs. Brown’s Boys live since its very first theatre tour in 2000, and since then it’s become a multi award winning TV show and a massive arena live show phenomenon!
Adlib supplied full production – sound, lighting, rigging and large format video projection - for a special one-off event at the SSE Wembley Arena in London, ‘DreamWorks Animation in Concert’ which was presented by DreamWorks Animation, CineConcerts, and The MJR Group. It featured music and many memorable moments from DreamWorks Animation’s numerous hit films like Shrek, Kung Fu Panda, How to Train Your Dragon and more with music performed live by The Royal Philharmonic Concert Orchestra.
Multi award-winning rental and production specialist Adlib is delighted to be back on the road again with Irish rockers The Script, supplying an amazing sounding CODA audio system for FOH engineer Steve “Pato” Pattison. He and monitor guru Marc Peers are also both well-known and talented Adlib regulars who have worked on previous Script tours, and are both assuming engineering roles for the first time.
Liverpool based technical production specialist Adlib supplied lighting, sound and rigging to two main arenas –CF03, hosted by Armada, Cream and Smash The House; CF 05 AKA ‘The Curve’ due to the spherical shape of the tent and the production space … plus CF10, the VIP Hospitality area - at the 2016 Creamfields Festival.
Making sure the sonic pace and quality every bit reflected the success and buzz that is surrounding UK singer/songwriter George Ezra, Adlib supplied L-Acoustics ‘racks-and-stacks’ for the most recent UK and European tour by the talented chart-topping young artist.
One man, one mic and one big mission-critical challenge to get it perfect every night - and that’s what Adlib delivered daily for the latest Russell Howard ‘in-the-round’ arena tour. Adlib, the Liverpool based company, supplied audio and lighting for the UK arena leg of the tour - the biggest to date for the highly-acclaimed award winning stand-up comedian who delights audiences worldwide with his intelligence, wit and hilarity. Adlib’s audio team was led by George Puttock who worked closely with Russell’s FOH engineer Simon Lawson. George specified a Coda Audio AiRAY system for a number of different reasons; its unrivalled light weight, its excellent sound quality and projection, as well as the precise horizontal control. The fact it is quick and easy to rig was an added bonus for the crew.
Adlib supplied lighting equipment and crew for the recent tour by UK rock band James who played a mix of UK arenas, academies and city hall venues at the start of their ‘Girl At The End of the World’ album campaign. Neil Anderson was the all seeing eye and cool handed Tour Director, with Matt Johnson (Road Manager), Cally Harris (Production Co-Ordinator) and Adam Johnston (Stage Manager.)
When mainstream media reviews are making comments about a show’s technical production, you know it has had serious impact! The full-tilt sonic maelstrom of Enter Shikari’s recent UK tour made so much landfall that no-one escaped the raw and visceral onslaught.
Adlib continues its work with top comedians having just supplied full production – sound, lighting and video – for Jack Whitehall’s sold out, 3 week ‘At Large’ UK arena tour. The Liverpool based company was delighted to be on the road with one of the UK’s most exciting and successful talents having previously supplied production for his ground-breaking 2014 arena tour which was staged in the round.
Adlib supplied sound, lighting and video to the recent tour by Liverpool indie rockers The Wombats … very proud to be supporting homegrown talent with a stunning production.
Technical production specialist Adlib supplied lighting for two arenas at Creamfields 2019 – one of the best-known and most popular dance extravaganzas worldwide – and audio to four arenas, plus lighting and sound for the hospitality zone.
Adlib was delighted – as always – to be involved with Cream, a brand that has defined the energy and vibrance of Liverpool’s dance scene since emerging in the 1990s.