Fosse Primary School in Leicester recently benefitted from the specification and installation of an impressive and cost-effective stage lighting system. Fosse were so happy with the outcome that when they needed a sound setup, Headteacher Richard Stone turned to SES Technical – the audio visual specialists that had provided the original lighting system.
After years of “making do” with bits being bolted on as needed, Fosse Primary decided to request a complete new system based around professional quality products. The ultimate specification included equipment by Allen and Heath, Sennheiser, Audio Technica, Crown and Electro Voice.
“Sounds great and we’re really pleased with the quality of installation”
Richard Stone, Headteacher, Fosse Primary School
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