Guinness World Records brings on board XL Events for first roadshow

AV supplier XL Events is providing projection and audio for Officially Amazing Science Live, the first travelling Guinness World Records show.

The show is on tour for the next two months
The show is on tour for the next two months

M4 Entertainment is organising the 12-week tour and appointed XL Events after working with the company on The Big Bang Fair and Brainiac Live.

The show is moving around the UK and concludes in Chelmsford on 13 April. It explores the best, worst, weirdest and most unbreakable world records attempted, and uses XL's Barco CLM 10 projector to display animations. XL is also supplying a Mac-based Q-Lab system with Sennheiser radio microphones for the presenters.

Rich Rowley of XL Events is acting as sound designer and AV programmer for the tour, with projection and audio control operated by Ashley Illman.

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