Thursday, 28 March 2013

an evening with Suggs raises funds for cancer charity

An Evening with Suggs

We would like to say a very big thank you to The Gig Company for organising "an evening of frivolity and fun with Suggs and friends", which benefited Pancreatic Cancer UK, on 14th March 2013. Thanks to the generosity of everyone who attended, income generated from the evening was just under £100,000 which is a wonderful result.
The venue (Porchester Hall in London) looked stunning and fun was had by all. After dinner, music was provided by Suggs, Jools Holland, Wilko Johnson, Glenn Tilbrook and Bo Bruce amongst others.
The evening was hosted by Phill Jupitus and a money can't buy auction and gift tree raffle completed this fabulous, unique event. Massive congratulations all-round to everyone involved!
All photos below © Pete Mariner
Bo and Suggs
Bo Bruce and Suggs
Wilko Johnson
All on stage
Jools Holland, Wilko Johnson, Glenn Tilbrook, Phill Jupitus and Suggs

James Waudby

Slip 3
Astral were selected to light the Lord Lieutenants Ball on behalf of Kent Community Foundation. The event was held on a mezzanine floor of number 3 slip, built in 1838 this immense covered slip was Europe’s largest wide span timber structure.  The project was particularly challenging since not only did we have to light the structure we also had to distribute power to two extensive heating systems since the structure below the mezzanine was open. The entire lighting systems consumed less than 13amps.

Saturday, 16 March 2013

Astral helps launch the new Blackberry Z10

Astral supplied Coemar Panorama, cable, & control to for the blackberry launch over 8 weeks at Blackberry HQ in .slough

Friday, 15 March 2013

Astral Light Suggs Joolz Holland, Wliko Johnson & many others to raise funds for Cancer Charity

what an outstanding night at the pancreatic cancer UK fundraiser last night with an awesome line up. what a privilege & an inspiration to see Wilko Johnson joining the line up of Joolz Holland, Suggs, Chris Difford & Many others

Bo Brave steals the limelight