Yearly Archives: 2009

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Complete Hero

Complete Hero is the new public artwork from Martin Firrell (‘London’s most prolific public artists’ INTERNATIONAL HERALD TRIBUNE) explored and celebrated contemporary ideas of heroism with contributions from men and women of the Household Division and the wider army, from the public, and from writers, thinkers and performers. Projected on to two elevations of the [...]

2015-10-17T14:04:05+01:00November 24th, 2009|Charity, Events Sector|

Durham Lumiere

Midas were delighted to be appointed as sole power contractor for this stunning event in the beautiful city of Durham, produced by Artichoke Productions in partnership with Sky Arts and associate producer, north east based DGB Events, supported by Arts Council England, Durham County Council, culture10 and a host of other partners to bolster Durham’s [...]

2015-10-17T14:11:47+01:00November 15th, 2009|Events Sector, Midas News|

Odins Glow

Midas again were delighted to be engaged by Magnetic Events to provide site wide power generations, mains and distribution to this most challenging of events, taking place on a monumental and spectacular scale with over 10,000 people over four evenings experiencing the artistic interpretations in celebration of this distinctive natural icon on the edge of [...]

2009-10-12T18:09:39+01:00October 12th, 2009|Midas News|

Trafalgar Square Related News!

Liberty, 5th September 2009 Celebrating the contribution of Deaf and disabled people to London's culture The Liberty Festival 2009 saw Trafalgar Square transformed into an accessible performance space showcasing the talents of Deaf and Disabled artists. Visitors were thrilled by an exciting programme of performances and workshops with zones for street arts; comedy, cabaret and [...]

2017-04-26T18:14:43+01:00October 4th, 2009|Midas News|

Expose

Directed by Martin Kemp and produced by Jonathan Sothcoth and Martin Kemp, Following a stress-induced breakdown after producing a bestselling novel Paula Martin retreats to her childhood holiday home to get away from it. However the old house is full of secrets and mystery, which distract and disturb her fragile state. Her agent arrives to [...]

2017-04-26T18:14:44+01:00July 29th, 2009|Midas News|

Festival Update

Summer wouldn’t be summer without festivals and the following is a snap shot of those that we worked on during the month of July From its conception in 2007 Midas are proud to have worked with Mark and the chaps providing carbon neutral power generation and site wide mains and distribution in the heart of [...]

2017-04-26T18:14:44+01:00July 18th, 2009|Midas News|

E.V.Roe

Sunday 12 July saw history repeat itself on Walthamstow Marshes as Eric Verdon- Roe, the Grandson of flight pioneer Sir Alliott Verdon-Roe unveiled an exact fully flyable replica of his grandfather’s Roe I Triplane, the first all British aeroplane, built one hundred years ago. The event took place in the exact same spot that A.V. [...]

2009-07-13T18:32:08+01:00July 13th, 2009|Midas News|

Install at Sheffield Park Garden

As the long-anticipated Ashes series between England and Australia began in June – 125 years after a Sussex garden became part of the history of cricket's most compelling confrontation. In 1884, and on four later occasions, the Australian team began their tour with a match at Sheffield Park where one of the most glorious grounds [...]

2017-10-03T16:42:52+01:00June 28th, 2009|Heritage|

BP Summer Big Screenings

Midas were delighted to be involved yet again with the 2009 BP Summer Big Screens a showcase of live performances of exclusive ballet and opera productions screened live from the Royal Opera House onto the BP Summer Screens in locations around the country as well as London itself. Tuesday 30th June saw Midas in Christchurch [...]

2009-06-26T18:36:02+01:00June 26th, 2009|Midas News|

Greenwich & Docklands International Festival

Pi-Leau In our third year with The Greenwich & Docklands International Festival saw it return at the end of June with a spectacular water-themed programme for 2009. The four day free event was packed with performances by UK and International artists using water-based interpretations to explore and reflect the unique identity of Greenwich and East [...]

2017-04-26T18:14:44+01:00June 4th, 2009|Midas News|