Sensory Symphony

Immersive audience experience for Bristol's iconic concert hall

Bristol Beacon

We devised the final show for Bristol Beacon’s auditorium space where the public were invited on stage to share the same perspective as legends like David Bowie and Nina Simone who had graced the stage in years gone by.

Featuring archive imagery and bespoke visuals, we projection mapped moving images across the 1950’s architecture including the banks of seats and balconies, to tell its colourful story with immersive lighting combined with a soundtrack curated by Hidden Orchestra’s Joe Acheson.

Audience Reviews

★★★★★ “I can now say that I have looked out on the
auditorium like The Beatles did.”

★★★★★ “Amazing show with so much to see. Very
informative and creative. Uplifting and stimulating and
unlike anything else I have seen. A breath of fresh air.”

★★★★★ “Blasting the senses we were taken through
the best of Colston Hall through the ages genuinely
emotional. Thank you.”

★★★★★ “Wasn’t sure what to expect but thoroughly
enjoyed the whole experience. The clever lighting
& effects made you feel you truly were back in the
audience for the shows”

★★★★★ “Beautifully done, a very fitting finale, before
a fantastic refit. Thanks for such a special trip into the
Colston Hall’s past.”

Credits

Creative Direction

Limbic Cinema

Sound Design and Music Mixing

Joe Acheson (Hidden Orchestra)