Getting the message
A new full colour graphic LED display has been installed at the Hawth Theatre in Crawley, just ahead of a busy winter programme that includes this year’s pantomime offering.
Set in a 38 acre wooded site, the Hawth, which offers a diverse theatrical programme with over 350 performances and events attracting upwards of 170,00 people each year and is also regularly hired by local and national businesses and arts organisations as a venue for conferences and exhibitions.
Its new Messagemakersign, which is situated on a main roundabout, replaces an older LED sign that had reached the end of its operating life after many years of service and has been upgraded to feature a full colour graphic display for the same cost as the former single colour version, while the software provided with the sign enables the theatre to upload new content directly, whenever it requires updating to include details of new productions and/or event.
Based on Messagemaker’s new Imposa III model, the 768 mm x 768mm sign is only 4mm in depth and provides a weatherproof display with bright LEDs ensuring high visibility in all light conditions.