Paloma shows faith in Entec Sound & Light

West London based company supply production at singer's 02 arena show.
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West London based rental company Entec Sound & Light supplied lighting, rigging and crew for Paloma Faith’s recent high profile one-off show at London’s O2 Arena, preceded by warm ups at Liverpool Empire and Bournemouth BIC.

Following the British crooner's spring 2013 tour, this unique London performance was overseen by Entec's Noreen O' Riordan and Adam Stevenson, who introduced an enlarged stage set and a more substantial lighting rig.

An expanded version of Josh Grace’s striking mirrored and gold palm leaf encrusted art deco style stage set was created for the O2 show, however Faith started the set with a completely bare stage, just her singing an acoustic number in front of a mid stage curtain.

Following the event, lighing designer Tony Austin was quick to wax lyrical about the Entec's role in the production: "All of their crew have been amazing, I could not have asked for a better company in every aspect of the project – from the organisation and logistics through to the kit itself and personalities of the crew – nothing I wanted or needed to do was a problem."
 

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