Lightsounds Newcastle Gets Moving!

Lightsounds Newcastle are on the move, literally, having completed a shift from their former premises in Waratah, to a smart new location at 18 Maitland Rd, Islington. They now have a larger showroom on a main road location (Pacific Highway), with plenty of available parking and easy access for hire pickups and returns from the Fern Street side entrance. It’s a welcome shift for Lightsounds Newcastle who have quite simply outgrown their former premises. .

Lightsounds lights up the Scots College

“Lightsounds tailored an installation to our space and budget and it worked perfectly. We have engaged Lightsounds to resource our school film festival for 4 years. Every year they exceed our expectations.” Gareth Dyer, Acting Head of Stevenson Library   The Scots College is one of the oldest and the most reputable boys’ schools in Australia. Scots is a non-selective Presbyterian GPS boys’ school for day and Boarding students.

Lightsounds supports Musica Copa festival

Lightsounds proudly supports the inaugural Musica Copa; Australia’s first and only charitable 5-aside football tournament for the music industry.   CREAM OF THE MUSIC INDUSTRY SET TO SWAP THE FESTIVAL FIELD FOR THE SOCCER PITCH AT INAUGURAL MÚSICA COPA CHARITY FOOTBALL TOURNAMENT STEREOSONIC, MODULAR, FUTURE CLASSIC, MINISTRY OF SOUND, SWEAT IT OUT, CHANNEL V, MUSHROOM GROUP, FBi RADIO AND INTHEMIX GO HEAD-TO-HEAD FOR CHARITY. Some of the biggest names in dance music have today .

Lightsounds Strikes the Port Kembla Stack

For nearly 50 years the Port Kembla chimney stack has dominated the Wollongong landscape, as its spewed forth waste from the copper smelter below. Now with plans to demolish the site at a cost of $10M, local lobbying group Stack 360, plan to turn the chimney into a tourist attraction. At a height of nearly 200 metres the group are trying to stop the planned demolition of the iconic landmark. By way of example .

Light Emotion gets icy cool

The Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink has a premium reputation as one of the finest ice rinks in Australia, offering a teaching school, figure skating, speed skating and even ice hockey. When it came time to update their lighting fixtures, manager Wayne Disbery looked for a supplier that would understand the demanding nature of the environment, and one that could provide a cost effective and hardy solution to the challenging conditions. “We were keen to .

Another Happy Customer… Palace Cinemas (Spanish Film Festival 2013)

“I just wanted to say a huge thank you to you and Lightsounds for all your terrific service and contribution to the Opening Night of the Palace Cinemas Spanish Film Festival 2013 at the Cell Block Theatre. I appreciate you taking the time to come and meet with me to discuss lighting options to best suit the event and also the amazing job you did on the lighting design. The atmosphere created at the .