Many thanks for all your hard work to make the Jasvinder evening such a success. Apologies for belated email but we have been very busy since then.
I promised to 'give you a reference' that you can use on your website (or bits of it): Dave worked quietly and efficiently to set up and take down the sound system, ensuring all aspects worked including the presentation and sound levels and that we knew exactly how to use the system. We have used Dave twice and there is no doubt that both very important occasions would have been far less successful without Dave Hughes' expertise. We would certainly employ him again.
Hope that's OK because it's absolutely true.
Thanks again Dave.
Jackie & Sue
Soroptimist International Bilston & District
Hughes Productions supplied the perfect PA system to the delight of Chairman Martin Hawkins and guests. Having booked Rugby stars Jason Leonard, Steve Thompson and Mervyn Davies to give talks to a crowd of almost five hundred, in a lavish marquee, Martin was swamped with requests for tickets to next years event.
He told us that you could hear from all areas of the 12,000sq ft marquee. A well deserved pat on the back for sound distribution. Thanks Martin
The Royal Wedding this year almost meant the postponement of this event. Organisers bought the event forward creating a lot of commuication with sponsors and attendees. The night once again proved to be popular and a larger venue will sort for next years event. Beaulieu Motor Museum is still a fabulous venue even though the new mezzanine floor will be a bit small for future Awards.
Hughes Productions supplied all technical AV kit and cameras for the 3rd year running.
The Landmark Hotel London lit up on 2 consecutive nights of celebrations this year.
Firstly the International Journal of Palliative Nursing Awards was a truely heart warming evening attended by some of the most modest nurses for the UK and Africa.
The Hughes Productions team did well to hold back the tears when listening to the fabulous stories surrounding these dedicated nurses.
On the second night for the British Journal of Nurses the mood was a lot different. Hosted by Channel 4's (Embarassing Bodies Presenter) Dr. Christian Jessen it was lively to say the least. A truly great night was had by all.
Hughes Productions faced a challenging venue in putting on the Awards this year.
Marlborough Town Hall in the end proved to be the perfect setting even though we were short of mains power/no lift for the Set/had limited parking and a very cramped stage.
Everyone had a great time thanks to BBC presenter Sue Davies.