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High demand for places at Stage|Set|Scenery 2017

Germany – Around 18 months before Stage|Set|Scenery (20th to 22nd June 2017) is due to open its doors bookings are high for places at the international trade show and congress for theatre, film and event technology. Already, 56 per cent of the available floor space has been taken. Compared to 2015 exhibitors have increased the size of their stands by an average six per cent, a positive sign for the show 2017.

Currently, exhibitors from 11 countries: Austria, Belgium, Canada, China, Germany, Italy, Latvia, the Netherlands, Serbia, the UK and the USA have registered to take part.

The signs are that the stage technology section will be well represented again at Stage|Set|Scenery 2017. Hall 21 is almost completely booked and Hall 22 is already filling up. Major machine and systems manufacturers, among them Bosch Rexroth AG, SBS Bühnentechnik GmbH and Waagner-Biro Austria Stage Systems AG have secured their places at the leading international trade fair for stage technology.

Other key players from Germany and abroad have confirmed their attendance. They include Alfa System, Art Department Studio Babelsberg, Bühnenbau Wertheim, Zhejiang Dafeng Industry, ETC, Gala Systems, Gerriets, A. Haussmann Theaterbedarf, J&C Joel, Kunkel Consulting International, Mayr Antriebstechnik, Müller BBM, RÄDER-BUSCH Trekwerk, TAIT Stage Technologies and Theatertechnische Systeme. 

Juliane Trempler, the project manager of Stage|Set|Scenery said: “We are especially delighted to have secured the attendance of new companies at Stage|Set|Scenery 2017, among them City Theatrical from the UK, RC4 Wireless from the US, and Knabe + Co from Germany.“

From 15th to 17th June 2016 Stage|Set|Scenery will be represented with a large stand at the BTT stage technology conference in Bremen. Companies who register no later than 17th June 2016 can take advantage of the mid-season offer of reduced rates at Stage|Set|Scenery. More information can be found here

16th February 2016

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