Our Goodlight 100W LED High Bays have transformed performances and audience experiences at two of the UK’s leading theatres – Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre and Margot Fonteyn Studio Theatre located in the Royal Ballet Lower School.
Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre scooped the 2014 RIBA Stirling Prize for best new building and is acclaimed as an example of sustainable good practice with the incorporation of new technologies such as LED lighting, rainwater harvesting and eco-friendly building materials. Featured within many of the communal and audience areas of the theatre, Goodlight 100W LED High Bays are energy efficient alternatives to traditional 400W lamps. These super bright lamps, which provide huge energy savings of over 75 percent and a 50,000 hour rated life span, are covered by a comprehensive five year guarantee.
A significant lighting upgrade has also recently been completed at the Margot Fonteyn Studio Theatre which is located within the Royal Ballet Lower School. The original installation of 150 Watt Metal Halide units was replaced by Goodlight 100 Watt LED High Bay units. Providing consistent lighting levels at well over twice that achieved by the original fittings, the reliability of the Goodlight lamps has eliminated maintenance costs. The Royal Ballet School also expects to recoup the cost of the lighting upgrade very quickly through substantial energy savings.