Hire intelligent lighting equipment from top brands, including Martin, Clay Paky, Robe and Chauvet.

Intelligent lighting provides a controllable, moving light beam that can change colour and project gobos (shapes, pictures, your company logo etc) on to any surface, such as a stage or set.

Dry hire our intelligent lighting equipment for your next event.

Why hire from us?

  • You’ll find our prices are very reasonable
  • Our lighting equipment is state-of-the-art
  • We continually invest in the latest technology
  • We’re based in Nottingham, East Midlands

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Lighting gallery:

See our lighting equipment in action at festivals, conferences and awards shows –

Our lighting equipment:

intelligent lighting hireYou can be sure our intelligent lighting equipment is state-of-the-art and very reliable – we continually invest in new technology, plus we only stock lighting equipment from world leading brands, such as Martin ProfessionalRobeClay Paky and Chauvet.

Did you know:  Martin Professional lighting equipment has been used at many headline-grabbing events, including the huge One Direction film premiere in 2013.

Recently added to our hire catalogue:

A selection of moving head & special effects equipment that we’ve recently added to our hire catalogue.  All equipment is dispatched from our warehouse, located between Nottingham and Derby:

Contact us:

Would you like to find out more about our intelligent lighting equipment, or our dry hire service?  Looking for a bespoke rental package?  Call us now on 01159 464194.  Alternatively, use the form below to send us an email:

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Case study:

Stage Connections has provided intelligent lighting equipment to a number of high profile UK companies and agencies across Europe.

If you’d like to read more about our work and view some of our equipment in action, visit the case study linked adjacently.

Case Study