White Light and Robert Juliat Introduce Marius
Tuesday, 11 September 2001
White Light and Robert Juliat Introduce MariusAbove: pictured at PLASA today, White Light's Peter Threadgold (left) with Francoise Juliat and the Marius followspot.
White Light Sales, the exclusive UK distributor for the acclaimed Robert Juliat range: the Marius 1.2K HMI followspots. The Marius will be on show for the first time on the White Light stand - F4, just inside the main door - at PLASA 2001, which runs from September 9th-12th at Earls Court, London. The Marius is also a nominee for the Product of the Year Award at the show.

The Marius will be accompanied on the stand by other members of the popular Robert Juliat family, already finding use on many shows in the West End of London as well as the Royal Albert Hall, the Barbican Concert Hall and at the BBC. White Light Sales will also be using PLASA 2001 to show other products from their extensive sales stock, including the highly versatile Unique variable haze machine and ever-popular Tiny-Fogger miniature for machine from Look Solutions and smoke machines from The Smoke Factory, both ranges available exclusively from White Light in the UK.

£3 million-worth of sales in the last year suggest that people are discovering that White Light is more than just a hire company. White Light Sales’ projects include the ongoing upgrades to both the Royal Albert Hall (which the company is supplying with ETC Sensor dimmers and Unison control stations) and the Barbican Concert Hall (which has purchased more than 70 Robert Juliat profile spot, sixty ETC Source Pars, six City Theatrical Autoyokes and High End automated fixtures), as well as equipment upgrades at RADA’s Vanburgh Theatre (which has purchased a selection of new lanterns from Strand Lighting) and the Guildhall School of Music and Drama, who have added automated lighting from High End Systems and projectors from Pani to their inventory.

White Light Sales will also benefit from the White Light Group’s move to their new, larger premises in London SW19 in mid-October: the new premises will include a greatly-expanded trade counter area to supply sales products directly to customers.

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