OUTDOOR CINEMA PROJECTION

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Outdoor Cinema projections / LED Screens for outdoor events now available…

We now have screens available for hire for outdoor events, festivals, promotions.

Contact for details –  020 8003 3344    Email: info@emftechnology.co.uk

OUTDOOR LED SCREENS

OUTDOOR LED SCREENS

Coronavirus – business as usual

EMF are operating as normal and will be here when you need us.

In response to the current COVID-19 situation around the world, we would like to take this opportunity to reassure you that EMF Technology has taken every viable measure to ensure that we can continue to offer you and your business the same service you’ve come to expect, and with this in mind we are reviewing and observing daily advice and guidance from the Government and NHS advisors and we have contingency plans are in place to ensure we can provide our services as normal a possible throughout the period.

Building projection, searchlights, water screen projection, flame effects

Brexit projections Whitehall

Whitehall marks Brexit with whole facade lit up in red, white and blue.
Whitehall marks Brexit with whole facade lit up in red, white and blue.

Brexit projections at Whitehall, London for the countdown till 11pm for when the UK left the EU.

Whitehall marks Brexit with whole facade lit up in red, white and blue.

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William Blake St Paul’s Cathedral Projections

Delighted to be working alongside Tate Britain and St Paul’s Cathedral providing the ultra high power projection equipment for the William Blake activity running from 28th November until 2nd December from 16.30 – 21.00 each evening.

St Paul's Cathedral projection
Tate Britain projections to celebrate William Blake’s birthday

William Blake’s final masterpiece illuminates the iconic dome of St Paul’s Cathedral to celebrate the artist’s birthday. The image projected is from the dramatic illustration Ancient of Days 1827 and was described by Blake as ‘the best I have every finished’.

Tate Britain chose St Paul’s Cathedral as it is home to the most visited Blake memorial with thousands visiting the crypt each year, to recreate his vision on a monumental scale.