White Light begins new role at Central Hall Westminster

White Light has begun its role as the production service partner at Central Hall Westminster, the largest conference venue in London.

Over the next year, White Light will be investing in new AV and lighting equipment, which will be permanently installed in a number of rooms.

The supplier’s role will involve delivering the technical production for any event held in this historic location, whether these are concerts, corporate or private parties.

Along with the installations, White Light is also adding three on-site staff members so that every technical aspect will be covered.

“White Light is a really exciting company to be working for. Just looking at what they have already achieved this year, from opening their dedicated audio department to acquiring Shock Solutions, the company is forever growing,” said Dan Cecchini, who takes on the position of production director.

“My role will focus mainly on client engagement. After seeing the spaces available at Central Hall Westminster, and hearing both their and White Light’s plans for the future of the venue, I want to get as many potential clients engaged as possible so that their future events can benefit from this extremely impressive arrangement.”

Joining Dan as part of the team based at Central Hall Westminster will be Nick Jemicz as technical production supervisor and Ieuan Watkins as production technician. Both will be on hand to ensure that any client using the spaces have support available and oversee all technical aspect. The facilities available at Central Hall Westminster include The Great Hall, The Lecture Hall and The Library.

The recent Meet the Future event held at Central Hall Westminster offered White Light the opportunity to showcase both their vast array of technical skills and extensive stock range. This included video mapping The Great Hall’s dome ceiling, lighting the main stage and operating three separate sound systems simultaneously.

“We want to offer a fresh, contemporary perspective on how events will be run at Central Hall Westminster,” said White Light director Richard Wilson. “We are in a unique position where we can offer clients not only the very latest in technology but a team of experts who will be on hand to ensure that this is used to its full potential. This type of service is simply not available in other venues.”

Central Hall Westminster has event space for up to 2,160 visitors.