London's RAF Club hosted the launch of computer-animated TV series
Dan Dare Pilot of the Future.
The event was staged by Metro which used eight Panasonic 42-inch plasma
screens on five-foot plinths to roll out a trailer, followed with an
episode from the series. The room was decorated with large high dual
graphic boards and was in red and amber lighting reflecting the
"Metro staged the scene dramatically," said Dan Dare executive producer
Metro staging and events director Paul Braybrook said: "Dan Dare is all
about great entertainment and we had to deliver this energy."
The event in late July was hosted by Terry Wogan and attended by 180