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Berlin welcomes Stage|Set|Scenery 2015

Germany - From June 9-11, 2015 exhibitors and trade visitors from around the world will be taking part in Stage|Set|Scenery, the trade fair for theatre, film, media and event technology in Berlin.

Stage|Set|Scenery targets the industry’s forward-looking international markets. Its partnership with international associations and close cooperation with Messe Berlin's international representatives has made it possible to attract a growing number of international exhibitors.

Thus, a few months ago partnerships and sponsorships were secured with the International Organisation of Scenographers and the International Organisation of Scenographers, Theatre Architects and Technicians (OISTAT), the latter as presenters of the awards for the Theatre Architecture Competition (TAC). Other industry associations include the OETHG from Austria, SVTB-ASTT from Switzerland, USITT from the USA, STEPP from Belgium, STFF from Sweden and ABTT from the UK. CETA, the industry association from China as well as VPT from the Netherlands have now also added their names to the list.

To date exhibitors from 17 countries – Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, the Czech Republic, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, the Netherlands, Poland, Switzerland, Serbia, Spain, the UK and the USA have registered to attend.

Stage|Set|Scenery is the international trade fair and congress for theatre planning, film, stage, lighting, sound, video and media technology, make-up, costume and stage-set design, architecture, acoustics, studio, exhibition and museum technology. The trade fair is held in collaboration with Deutsche Theatertechnische Gesellschaft e.V. (DTHG), which also organises the International Stage Technology Conference, an integral part of the event in the display halls.

Allocation of hall space for exhibitors at Stage|Set|Scenery, which takes place every two years, will begin on 1 February 2015.

www.stage-set-scenery.de

12th January 2015

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