Bath is very much our home city and so we were delighted this year to be providing both production crew and equipment to many of this year's flagship events at The Bath Festival. The festival itself has grown every year encompassing both the Bath literary festival and Bath international music festival.
We are honoured to be commisioned by Portsmouth City Council to create an installation for their Armistice Day commemorations on the centenary anniversary of the end of the first world war through creating a projection mapped light installation covering the entire front facade of Portsmouth’s historic Guildhall.
Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct & Canal’s World Heritage Site Status
Enlightened was thrilled to be chosen by the Canal & River Trust and Wrexham County Borough Council, to technically facilitate and deliver a stunning Luminaire event Celebrating the 10th Anniversary of the Pontcysyllte Aqueduct & Canal's UNESCO World Heritage Site Status. A designation that puts them in prestigious company with The Great Wall of China and the Pyramids at Giza!
Enlightened was delighted to provide full production lighting, staging and audio for this seasons Covent Garden Dance Company’s boutique ballet performances, taking place within the stunning 17th century, Arts and Crafts, gardens of Hatch House.
We were delighted to be back again this year at Millfield School providing full event production and equipment for the school’s annual summer celebration.
This year the awards ceremony and student arts showcase saw us provide, custom set flats, full production lighting, staging, sound, and AV for their main auditorium event, which included performances from across the schools year groups and arts disciplines including choral singing, drama and dance recitals combined with the school’s annual awards ceremony.
Enlightened has been supplying ConFuzzled since 2014, and 2019 was Enlightened’s 5th year of supplying this event.
ConFuzzled is the UK’s biggest furry convention, it started in 2008 in a YHA in Manchester, and was the UK’s first fully residential furry convention. In its first year it attracted just over 100 people. 11 years and 12 conventions later, the convention now takes over the whole of the Hilton Birmingham Metropole, as well as using other local hotels for overflow and welcomed over 2100 people over a long May Bank Holiday weekend.