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TAIT Stage Technologies

TAIT is the World Market Leader in designing, constructing and delivering the finest live event equipment in the world.

Staffed by World Class Innovators creating World Class Experiences, TAIT is the leader in live events and entertainment automation technology. Whether it’s creating awe-inspiring spectaculars, complex touring stages, theatre automation, corporate events or brand experiences, TAIT pledges to deliver world-class solutions for live experiences.

With its proprietary entertainment automation platform, custom-made products, and creative engineering, its cutting-edge offerings continue to advance TAIT’s global brand and capabilities. Among its claims to fame, TAIT supplies staging for the highest grossing world tours including U2, Beyoncé, Taylor Swift, Bruno Mars and more. Additionally, TAIT created the largest kinetic light installation in concert touring history for the Red Hot Chili Peppers, was the production specialist that partnered with NASA to put the lyrics of U2’s ‘Beautiful Day’ into orbit, received a Guinness World Record title for its LED integration and customization at the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the London Olympics, received Theatre Building of the Year Award for the modular stage solutions at Bridge Theatre London, created the first-ever commercial use of the Cable Coaster Virtual Reality simulator for National Geographic’s “Experience Mars,” activated the largest keynote presentation for CES 2018, and was named “One of the Most Innovative Companies in Live Events” by Fast Company Magazine in 2017 and 2018.

Projects

Bridge Theatre

For London’s first commercial theatre built outside of the historic West End, London Theatre Company collaborated with Haworth Tompkins and TAIT to fabricate an architecturally-integrated modular solution for the 900-seat adaptable auditorium. The auditorium creates an immersive audience experience and transforms with each show into three different stages: an end-on, thrust and promenade.

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La Perle

La Perle’s unprecedented aquatic theatrics and gravity defying performances could only be delivered in a theatre custom-built with automated staging, high-tech overhead rigging and cutting-edge automation. Artistic Director, Franco Dragone and Dubai’s Al Habtoor Group relied on TAIT to provide complete stage engineering alongside the theatre’s Main Contractor, Habtoor Leighton Group. To create an

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CES 2018

Hours before CES 2018 opened to the public, a dynamic and technologically diverse keynote presentation was delivered to a massive audience. The goal of the keynote? To share what the future of technology looks like in the most immersive and interactive way possible. An activation of this scope and magnitude required precise execution and incredible collaboration. John Halloran and team relied on T

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The Shadow Factory

59 Productions has conceived a dynamic design solution for the production, The Shadow Factory, which utilizes 36 small and extremely fast “Nano Winches”, developed by TAIT. These single-axis movement devices are connected in groups of three to pairs of lighting bars, all controlled via a central computerised system, with the complex movements programmed via a lighting desk. Augmented by light and

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Hale Centre Theatre

Hale Centre Theatre partnered with TAIT to design, construct and deliver staging, rigging and automation solutions for their new venue. The new venue features two state-of-the-art theatres, Centre Stage Theatre and Jewel Box Theatre, accommodating a total of 1,300 patrons. For the main theatre, Centre Stage, TAIT fabricated an in-the-round theatre with an automated stage equipped with several lift

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