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  • May 2020
    RG Jones celebrates VE75
    RG Jones celebrates VE75
    May 2020
    Fifty years later, in 1995, RG Jones' crew returned to continue the company's legacy providing audio for the performance in front of the palace – the massed bands were on the forecourt, the stage was built in the central gate and featured Dame Vera, Harry Secombe and Cliff Richard.  FOH was on the Victoria Memorial in the middle of the roundabout, clearly...
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  • Mar 2020
    Help for Emergency Services
    Help for Emergency Services
    March 2020
    LIVE STREAMINGOffering a way to reach out and connect to audiences, enabling the next best thing to being there.  We provide a solution when face to face is not an option.  We can deliver the complete package, offering technical advice and solutions to achieve the very best outcome. EMERGENCY SYSTEMSWe hold a large resource of AV equipment, barriers, vehicles...
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  • Nov 2019
    Lest we forget - Remembrance Day 2019
    Lest we forget - Remembrance Day 2019
    November 2019
    The Royal Family and leading politicians have led the nation in paying respects to those killed in war on Remembrance Sunday. A solemn ceremony took place at the Cenotaph in central London as well as thousands of war memorials across the country. RG Jones Director John Carroll arrived at the office for 5am to ensure all systems and crews were fully prepared. ...
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  • Oct 2019
    Running for QEST at Royal Parks Half Marathon
    Running for QEST at Royal Parks Half Marathon
    October 2019
    QEST funds the training and education of talented and aspiring craftspeople, helping to sustain Britain's cultural heritage by supporting excellence in British Craftsmanship.  Over the past 29 years, QEST has awarded £4.3 million to just over 500 craftspeople of all ages and backgrounds, in at least 130 skills sectors, enabling them to undertake training...
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  • Jul 2019
    RG Jones across four stages at Glastonbury Festival
    RG Jones across four stages at Glastonbury Festival
    July 2019
    How proud Ronald G Jones would have been of the independent professional sound company that bears his name, and of the team that has delivered world-class audio across four main stages at the Glastonbury Festival. Now well into its ninth decade of technical innovation, RG Jones Sound Engineering returned to Worthy Farm for the eleventh consecutive year to support...
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  • May 2019
    Anthony Inglis conducts; Katherine Jenkins "Guiding Light" Tour
    Anthony Inglis conducts; Katherine Jenkins "Guiding Light" Tour
    May 2019
    It’s been four years since Katherine Jenkins last tour and in that time, she has been on an emotional journey.  The album speaks of life, hope and acceptance, featuring personal favourites and reflects on her sense of loss for her father that has arisen as she has embarked on her own journey into parenthood.   It really is a magical show and the team...
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  • Apr 2019
    World Water Day
    World Water Day
    April 2019
    Speeches were held in the Yard and a documentary introduced by Sir David Attenborough was shown in the East Crypt showcasing the dedicated work of many, including volunteer groups, who have made the Thames one of the cleanest inner-city rivers in Europe.  The extraordinary Magic Tap was also on display demonstrating the growing links between technology and recycling...
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  • Mar 2019
    Met Parade through London for International Womans Day
    Met Parade through London for International Womans Day
    March 2019
    RG Jones were asked to provide a sound system at Horse Guards Parade square for the Commissioner to address attendees.  Commissioner Cressida Dick explained “This short procession will be a fantastic opportunity to represent how far women in policing have come and the bright future ahead. I am sure there will be an incredible atmosphere of pride on the...
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  • Mar 2019
    Pancake tossing in the sunshine
    Pancake tossing in the sunshine
    March 2019
    Bringing together teams drawn from livery companies linked in some way to pancakes (the Poulters take the eggs, the Fruiterers the lemons and the Cutlers the plastic forks), as well as the #MansionHouse, #Guildhall and#OldBailey for its annual #ShroveTuesday #race. The event creates, then skewers a traditional atmosphere of pomp and...
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  • Feb 2019
    Ministry of Sound – Classical classics
    Ministry of Sound – Classical classics
    February 2019
    Blending the perfect mix of an orchestra sound with the world’s most iconic dance brand is a bold concept.  This is more than a concert, it’s an out-of-this-world experience.  Stirring the senses, triggering memories - the unique ambience that is created by the magical wonders of a live symphony orchestra.  FOH engineer, Phil Wright was...
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  • Feb 2019
    The Return of the Martian
    The Return of the Martian
    February 2019
    Is it actually possible to have too much of a good thing?  By the success of the recent UK tour of Jeff Wayne’s Musical Version of the War of the Worlds, the answer is an emphatic ‘no’.  To celebrate 40 years since the double album was first released, Jeff and his merry band of anti-Martianites set off around the UK’s arenas once...
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  • Dec 2018
    In case of sonic attack, call the Hawkestra...
    In case of sonic attack, call the Hawkestra...
    December 2018
    Phil Wright begins, “When I was approached to mix FOH for Hawkwind with a symphony orchestra, I knew immediately that it needed two things – Martin Audio MLA’s ability to keep noise pollution off the stage and RG Jones’s unparalleled expertise in supplying large scale classical music productions”. Meanwhile, in another part...
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  • Nov 2018
    Armistice Centenary honoured in Piccadilly Circus
    Armistice Centenary honoured in Piccadilly Circus
    November 2018
    To mark the Armistice centenary that falls this weekend, Westminster Council has created a thought-provoking commemoration for those who fought in World War I. The experience seeks to transform Piccadilly Circus - the iconic outdoor ad site - into an unsettling world of sound and light.  Between 6pm and 7pm today (9 November) the project will take over the famous...
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  • Oct 2018
    The Princes Trust  #YOUTHCANDOIT
    The Princes Trust #YOUTHCANDOIT
    October 2018
    “It was a great experience” smiles Sarah “we even got to cycle our last stretch via the iconic Windsor Long Walk.  Can’t wait for next year, I might even try for the 90m Ultra route!” Thank you to those who supported Sarah, next year we plan to rally a large team for this very worthy cause.  Many of the young people helped...
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  • Oct 2018
    Uniting old and new with wireless technology
    Uniting old and new with wireless technology
    October 2018
    RG Jones installed a wireless AV system into St Marylebone Church, London using the latest in wireless technology.  The system comprised of a wireless Cannon HD video camera which transmits wirelessly to two projectors.  The camera can be used anywhere within the main church building.  RG Jones Project Engineer James Tremayne chose the Terradek Bolt...
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  • Sep 2018
    Behind Bars at Guildhall's Roman Amphitheatre
    Behind Bars at Guildhall's Roman Amphitheatre
    September 2018
    RG Jones Project Manager, Matt Sussex headed up the event for RG Jones and appointed legendary lighting designer and show producer Steve Nolan to design the lighting whilst Matt focused on ensuring the acoustics created an atmosphere fitting to this extraordinary space.  Representing over 800 years of London history, Guildhall is home to the City...
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  • Sep 2018
    From Freeman to Liveryman
    From Freeman to Liveryman
    September 2018
    Having become a Freeman of the City, Andrew returned for his due ceremony to be ‘robed’ and admitted as a full Liveryman.  He is now free to take a full part in the affairs of the Company including Common Hall, the congregations at which Livery Company affairs are deliberated.  Andrew is also our Royal Warrant Holder Grantee and will...
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  • Jul 2018
    Sound-Waves in the Heatwave
    Sound-Waves in the Heatwave
    July 2018
    GAME, SET AND MATCH You may have noticed there’s a fair amount tennis on just now and it’s playing host to some of the most recognised names such as the Duchesses of Sussex and Cambridge who attended to watch Serena Williams compete in the women’s singles final.  Serena was sadly denied a record-equalling 24th Grand Slam as she was beaten...
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  • May 2018
    Carthusian Day at Charterhouse School
    Carthusian Day at Charterhouse School
    May 2018
    The London Charterhouse gave its name to Charterhouse Square and several streets in the City of London, as well as to the Charterhouse School which used part if its site before moving out to Godalming. When it was decided to move Charterhouse School from its original home, six potential sites were identified from which the Governors could make their choice. However,...
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  • Jan 2018
    RG's Director becomes a Freeman of the City of London
    RG's Director becomes a Freeman of the City of London
    January 2018
    In a traditional ceremony dating back to 1237 , RG Jones Director Andrew Williamson made his declaration at his Freedom Ceremony at the Chamberlain’s Court at Guildhall last week. Looking on was his father, Michael Williamson, the current master of the Worshipful Company of Water Conservators, which Andrew now joins. From the Middle Ages to the Victorian...
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  • Jan 2018
    RG Jones named as finalist in TPI Awards 2018
    RG Jones named as finalist in TPI Awards 2018
    January 2018
    We are shortlisted for Favourite Sound Rental Company, and big congratulations to our Simon Honywill who has been shortlisted for Favourite Sound System Designer of the Year. We'd like to say a huge thank you to everyone who voted for us. Winners will be announced at the TPi Awards, being held at Battersea Evolution, London on 26th February 2018
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  • Nov 2017
    RG Jones are right on cue for upgrade at Chelsea Arts Club
    RG Jones are right on cue for upgrade at Chelsea Arts Club
    November 2017
    The life of the Club centres around the Billiard Room, the Dining Room and the secluded garden. Drinks and food are served seven days a week, and there are twelve bedrooms which Members may book.  Exhibitions of Members’ work are held throughout the year, and during the winter months there is a lively programme of artistic and literary talks, film screenings,...
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  • Oct 2017
    Make way for our shiny new DiGiCo SD12
    Make way for our shiny new DiGiCo SD12
    October 2017
    The SD12 features 72 input channels with full processing, 36 aux/group busses with full processing, a 12 x 8 matrix with full processing, LR/LCR buss with full processing, 12 stereo FX units, 16 Graphic EQs, 119 Dynamic EQs, 119 multiband compressors and 119 DiGi-TuBes, 12 Control Groups (VCA) and SD Series Stealth Core 2 software, making it compatible with all other...
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  • Oct 2017
    Welcome aboard
    Welcome aboard
    October 2017
    James Tremayne has joined us this week. James’ previous role was Chief Engineer at Future Projections managing permanent installations, and rental, of AV systems specialising in projection. James will work in the S&I department as Project Engineer, however he will work across the company to share his knowledge and talents.  James is well travelled...
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  • Jul 2017
    RG's celebrate ten years at Glastonbury Festival
    RG's celebrate ten years at Glastonbury Festival
    July 2017
    RG’s first stepped onto Pilton soil in 2007, providing control and monitors for the iconic Pyramid Stage. Giving the company an opportunity to demonstrate their understanding of how to make the sound levels work for all parties involved. Hand in hand with their flagship system – Martin Audio, the company went on to provide the complete sound solution...
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  • Jun 2017
    Goldfrapp - Embracing the synthesiser
    Goldfrapp - Embracing the synthesiser
    June 2017
    There are the artists who use synthesisers, and there are the artists who truly embrace the synthesiser, and Goldfrapp fall firmly in the second camp.  Formed in 2000, Alison Goldfrapp and Will Gregory have subtly evolved into something of a national treasure, with each album uncovering musical paths that have surprised and outshone the competition...
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  • May 2017
    Director's blog
    Director's blog
    May 2017
    Williamson's words of wisdom... "Apparently directors have a duty to blog, so here we go.  Given my recent appointment to a Livery Company, I have the honour to network with many other Freeman, business owners, consultants, and advisors giving me greater insight to how other industries operate. It seems one key element to all industries is technology, and how...
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  • May 2017
    A Town Called Publicis
    A Town Called Publicis
    May 2017
    RG Jones once again provided a complete sound solution for regular clients Cottam Eilenberg (C+IB) at their Town Called Publicis event.  Cottam Eilenberg, a relatively new production and creative company, have been working with RG Jones since their inception 2 years ago. Town Called Publicis was an inspirational event held in an innocuous East London warehouse...
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  • May 2017
    RG Jones sponsor Beecholmes Belles
    RG Jones sponsor Beecholmes Belles
    May 2017
    RG Jones are proud to sponsor the Beecholmes Belles, an under 14’s team from Banstead who are doing very well indeed.  We must make a special mention to Isabelle Williamson – a right mid-fielder who plays football far better than her Dad! "I'm so proud of Isabelle" beams RG Jones Director Andrew Williamson "we were thinking of arranging a friendly...
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  • Apr 2017
    RG Jones at Whipsnade for Royal unveiling
    RG Jones at Whipsnade for Royal unveiling
    April 2017
    RG Jones Installations department has designed simple and effective audio systems for ZSL for a number of years now, delivering maximum audience experience with minimal user supervision. Jack Bowcher from RG Jones Hire department took centre stage to provide services for the formal unveiling by her Majesty The Queen and His Royal Highness. “It all went really...
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  • Mar 2017
    Classical Spectacular at The Royal Albert Hall
    Classical Spectacular at The Royal Albert Hall
    March 2017
    RG Jones relationship with The Royal Albert Hall spans back many decades.  It is a huge honour to remain the chosen supplier for many of the high profile events including Raymond Gubbay's Classical Spectacular.   From the very best classical music and state of the art technology to electrifying multi-coloured laser displays and thundering...
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  • Feb 2017
    Simon Honywill is reunited with Shirley Collins
    Simon Honywill is reunited with Shirley Collins
    February 2017
    FOH engineer Simon Honywill was so impressed with the reliability, quality and compact size of the RG Jones Dante based audio system chosen for the Katherine Jenkins winter tour, he decided it would be the perfect choice.  Based around a Yamaha l5 and 3 x Rio 1608's connected together on RG' Jones extensive stock of single mode fibre, Simon was able to mix monitors...
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  • Feb 2017
    Sean Hanna Awards Show at 1950's Rivoli Ballroom
    Sean Hanna Awards Show at 1950's Rivoli Ballroom
    February 2017
    Sean Hanna is one of the UK’s leading hair salon groups.  Winners of hundreds of awards, the brand is internationally recognised for its innovative signature hair-cuts and colours.  The key to their success is their passion to educate and motivate their team and consistent training and encouragement has put them at the forefront of the UK hairdressing...
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  • Jan 2017
    Advantage: RG Jones
    Advantage: RG Jones
    January 2017
    For the millions of people all over the world enjoying the excitement and breathtaking skills on show at this years Wimbledon Tennis Championships, the mystery of how such a stunning event is relayed to the millions watching on TV and those fortunate enough to be in the arena, probably never crosses their minds. For Wimbledon based sound engineering specialists RG...
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  • Jan 2017
    RG Jones Celebrates 90 years
    RG Jones Celebrates 90 years
    January 2017
    This historical event brought together many old faces; some stretching back over decades.  The founder’s son Robin Jones attended along with his own son, Peter Jones.  Sound consultant and RG Jones’ Senior Project Manager Simon Honywill gave an exceptional speech recounting many memories that he had of the company throughout the years.  ...
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  • Jan 2017
    Katherine Jenkins celebrates with RG Jones
    Katherine Jenkins celebrates with RG Jones
    January 2017
    RG Jones has been working with KJ since 2010, and the world’s biggest classical singer knows she can trust us when it comes to delivering world class reproduction of her world class vocal chords.  December 2016 saw Katherine touring the UK (with a quick sortie to Cork in Southern Ireland) to promote her Celebration album, her 12th No.1 in the UK classical...
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  • Nov 2016
    We Will Rock You
    We Will Rock You
    November 2016
    RG Jones Project Engineer Jack Bowcher has just completed his second tour for the official Queen Tribute Show (produced by Roger Taylor). This is a spectacular touring concert show designed to take the live experience of this legendary rock band and bring it to generations of fans – old and new. The masterminds behind this extraordinary show is Queen’s...
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  • Sep 2016
    Leeds Castle 2016 – History Repeating
    Leeds Castle 2016 – History Repeating
    September 2016
    The ‘loveliest castle in the world’ has been around a while. There are records of some form of stronghold on the site near Maidstone in Kent that go back to when dates only had three digits, which by my reckoning is about 2000 years. The castle got handed around the English aristocracy as a rather impressive gift for about a century, during which time...
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  • Sep 2016
    Glastonbury Festival and RG Jones - soaked in history
    Glastonbury Festival and RG Jones - soaked in history
    September 2016
    As our engineers return from the excitement, grit and sheer determination required to battle against the elements at this years’ Glastonbury Festival, we reflect on how the relationship between the two organisations has evolved. With RG’s celebrating its 90th this year, we know that our founder, Ronald Geoffrey Jones, would be so proud to see his name...
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  • Sep 2016
    St George's Church, Beckenham sound system upgrade
    St George's Church, Beckenham sound system upgrade
    September 2016
    The original system was installed by RG Jones in December 1991 and was still working to this day. It comprised of “good old faithfuls” of its day - system components (analogue mixers, amplifiers, custom column loudspeakers) that we installed to great success in over 200 churches and Cathedrals during the 80s and 90s. The church wanted to take advantage...
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  • Jul 2016
    Distributed AV system for Baitul Ikram Mosque
    Distributed AV system for Baitul Ikram Mosque
    July 2016
    Baitul Ikram Mosque is the new home for the Ahmadiyya Muslim community (AMA) in the UK East Midlands. The new mosque needed a distributed audio/visual system for a complex that includes a main prayer hall, multipurpose hall, meeting room, office, crèche, library, kitchen and entrance/foyer area. As well as relaying sermons from the mosque’s main prayer...
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  • Jun 2016
    Three days of Celebration for The Queens official birthday
    Three days of Celebration for The Queens official birthday
    June 2016
    This high profile service marked the start of three days of celebrations for The Queens 90th birthday. Archbishop Welby gave his sermon to a congregation of more than 2,000.  Born on 21st April 1926, Princess Elizabeth Alexandra Mary of York was never expected to be Queen.  But she is the longest reigning and oldest monarch in British History, and the first...
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  • May 2016
    RG Jones leading the way with Mini MLA
    RG Jones leading the way with Mini MLA
    May 2016
    The award-winning ultra-compact system is next generation technology, delivering more consistent sound across the audience and provides an exceptional small-scale, powerful portable solution. Long-standing RG Jones Project Engineer Simon Honywill explains “This system is the most flexible, powerful, lightweight and just great-sounding thing out there. ...
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  • Apr 2016
    RG Jones wishes The Queen a very Happy Birthday
    RG Jones wishes The Queen a very Happy Birthday
    April 2016
    This year is cause for much celebration as the company proudly shares this historical milestone and last month received confirmation of the renewal of its Royal Warrant.  Royal Warrants are only granted to companies providing goods or services to the Royal Household and recognised for their proven commitment to the highest standards of service, quality and excellence....
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  • Mar 2016
    RG Jones sporting the latest technology from Dante with the world's best athletes
    RG Jones sporting the latest technology from Dante with the world's best athletes
    March 2016
    Featuring double Olympic and five-time world champion Mo Farah, Olympic, World, European and Comonwealth long jump champion Greg Rutherford, current European record holder and 200m world champion Dafne Schippers and British’s fastest ever woman Dinna Asher-Smith, this event is considered the best indoor athletics meeting in the world.  Mo Farah secured...
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  • Mar 2016
    On the road with James Martin - Plates, Mates and Automobiles
    On the road with James Martin - Plates, Mates and Automobiles
    March 2016
    Marking 20 years since James first graced our TV screens, winning the hearts of the nation, the show will be a fast-paced, interactive and high tech extravaganza. Packed with James’ signature cooking demonstrations, full of surprises and not to mention some very special guests, audiences across the country will be thrilled as this multi media production is...
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  • Jan 2016
    Glastonbury Festival BLOCK 9, Genosys
    Glastonbury Festival BLOCK 9, Genosys
    January 2016
    All styles of dance music is to be found in Glasto Latino, The Unfair Ground and Block 9.  In Block 9 alone there are three major stages – London Underground, NYC Downlow and perhaps most significantly Genosys, the open-air stage.  Genosys is a massive, 70 feet-high post-industrial piece of architecture draped with exotic plants and steaming tubes,...
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  • Aug 2015
    RG Jones Team Up for the first Diamond Relays at The Olympic Stadium
    RG Jones Team Up for the first Diamond Relays at The Olympic Stadium
    August 2015
    The 5 x 5k corporate road relay, starting and finishing on the Olympic Stadium, took in key landmarks in Olympic Park including the aquatics centre and Orbit Tower. Supported by the rest of the company, who preferred to experience the stadium without having to work up a sweat.  All our five runners did really well with a decent total time of 2:04:09.  Despite...
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  • Aug 2015
    Not Only Subs: Flat and Faithful at Outlook Festival
    Not Only Subs: Flat and Faithful at Outlook Festival
    August 2015
    Started in 2008 by a collective, with a view to showcasing their sound systems, Croatia’s Outlook Festival radically upgraded its production in 2011, and brought in RG Jones to provide main stage reinforcement. They introduced the Harbour Arena, boasting idyllic views across the water to the bay of Pula on the Istrian coast, and doubled the capacity, as drum...
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  • Feb 2015
    Back on Tour with Katherine Jenkins "Home Sweet Home"
    Back on Tour with Katherine Jenkins "Home Sweet Home"
    February 2015
    Returning again with one of the greatest conductors, (and great friend of RG Jones') Antony Inglis, the concerts have been a resounding success. Singing alongside the National Symphony Orchestra, the combined talent is a perfect combination, mixed expertly as ever by RG Jones project manager FOH engineer Steve Carr. Steve explains "I really enjoy working with Katherine...
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  • Feb 2015
    Tannoy and Lab Perfect Combination at London Zoo
    Tannoy and Lab Perfect Combination at London Zoo
    February 2015
    Since it was founded in 1826, the Zoological Society of London (ZSL) has been at the forefront of wildlife conservation for almost 200 years. Originally intended only for the scientific community, London Zoo opened its doors to the public in 1847 and has famously been home to some of the world’s best known animals including Guy the Gorilla, and a certain bear...
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  • Sep 2012
    Network Upgrade for Baitul Futuh Mosque
    Network Upgrade for Baitul Futuh Mosque
    September 2012
    After first installing, and then extending a BSS Audio digital Soundweb network at the Baitul Futuh mosque in South London around the mid-2000’s, RG Jones Sound Engineering recently streamlined the audio transport by fitting BSS Audio’s new generation Soundweb London processing. Two new pairs of BLU-160 and BLU-120 DSPs will provide the mosque with greater...
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  • May 2012
    Celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee
    Celebrating the Queen's Diamond Jubilee
    May 2012
    The three day festival with Dame Kiri Te Kanawa and the BBC Concert Orchestra, recreated a famous concert held there in 1961, when Tchaikovsky’s 1812 Overture was also the centrepiece. RG Jones return sixty-three years later.  There was a special link as the company’s eponymous founder had mixed the sound for the first Polesden Lacey Operata performance...
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  • Jun 2011
    War of The Worlds
    War of The Worlds
    June 2011
    RG Jones returned to provide the huge surround sound system that is an essential part of the latest production which is the biggest and most exciting yet featuring 11-foot high 3D photo-real floating hologram of Richard Burton, as George Herbert, The Journalist, a 3-tonne, 35-foot tall Martian Fighting Machine firing real flame Heat Rays at the audience...
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  • Apr 2011
    Frankenstein's Wedding Live in Leeds
    Frankenstein's Wedding Live in Leeds
    April 2011
    "It's a drama with live music and the light projections will turn the abbey into a spectacular film set," explains Pat Connor, executive producer of the project. "In Mary Shelley's book, the wedding is a small part but we're making it the centrepiece to allow us to invite people as guests. We're trying to inspire mixed emotions – empathy for the creature and...
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  • Apr 2011
    Redesigned Audio Network at Wimbledon
    Redesigned Audio Network at Wimbledon
    April 2011
    RG Jones’ long relationship with The All England Lawn Tennis & Croquet Club has taken a new turn with a complete redesign of the existing BSS Soundweb audio distribution system, The new scalable system spanning the 42-acre site involves four separate 256-channel BSS BLU-Link rings, using additional CobraNet boxes and BSS London BLU DSP’s, all supplied...
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  • Mar 2011
    Distributed Audio Solution for Trinity College Chapel
    Distributed Audio Solution for Trinity College Chapel
    March 2011
    Trinity College was originally founded by Henry VIII in 1546 as part of the University of Cambridge. The chapel, with its notable clock tower, sits at the far end of the Great Court and was begun by Mary I in 1554 in memory of her father, Henry VIII. The ante-chapel contains statues of many famous Trinity men, including Roubillac’s sculpture of Isaac Newton,...
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  • Oct 2010
    Digital Upgrade for London's Historic Mansion House
    Digital Upgrade for London's Historic Mansion House
    October 2010
    This rare surviving Georgian town palace in London is steeped in history and provides the Lord Mayor of the City of London with living, working and entertainment space. RG Jones has a long history installing and maintaining some of the UK’s most recognised high profile public buildings. We work closely on a daily basis with the Mansion House and The City of...
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  • Sep 2009
    Highs and Lows at Reading and Leeds Twin Festivals
    Highs and Lows at Reading and Leeds Twin Festivals
    September 2009
    "We have a new sound system that hopefully will improve the situation from last year," explained Reading and Leeds Festival organiser Melvin Benn. That ‘new’ sound system was coming from RG Jones Sound Engineering, based on the success of our involvement with Latitude and Glastonbury Pyramid Stage, and boy did it have to be right. The Reading site has...
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  • Aug 2009
    RG Jones Covers Three Stages at Henley Festival
    RG Jones Covers Three Stages at Henley Festival
    August 2009
    Picture yourself on a boat on a river... ...with tangerine trees and marmalade skies. Henley Festival of Music and the Arts has to be seen to be believed: a stunning location, a unique format, and a character all of its own: over five nights a sequence of non stop events featuring top names; great events and performances; fine art and fine food, sprinkled with a...
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  • Jul 2009
    Third Consecutive Year at Glastonbury
    Third Consecutive Year at Glastonbury
    July 2009
    This year the London based company, a member of the Synco Europe Network founded by Ampco, supplied a full Synco package including Synco by Martin Audio W8L Longbow main PA line arrays and Martin Audio delays, a massive Synco cardioid sub-bass array and a complete Synco stage monitoring and drum fill system. Yasha Morgenstern, deputy production manager of Glastonbury...
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  • Jun 2009
    Jose Carreras Asia Pacific Tour
    Jose Carreras Asia Pacific Tour
    June 2009
    The Three Tenors concerts of the early 1990s brought Carrerras to the attention of worldwide audiences yet to discover opera, and since then his concert schedule has ensured that those who appreciate one of the great voices of recent times get to experience it first hand. Indeed, such is Carreras' ability to draw an audience that he still plays arenas and stadia...
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  • Dec 2008
    New Year Celebrations 2008
    New Year Celebrations 2008
    December 2008
    Horn-type loudspeakers are clamped to street lamp posts providing coverage across the key firework viewing areas including Waterloo and Westminster Bridge and the Embankment. Further systems were installed in Parliament Square, and at all street entrances to Trafalgar Square and Leicester Square.  RG Jones Senior Project Manager and Director Andrew Williamson...
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  • Aug 2008
    Chris Rea and the Fabulous Hofner Bluenotes
    Chris Rea and the Fabulous Hofner Bluenotes
    August 2008
    The more attentive of you may have spotted that the last Chris Rea tour was touted as exactly that, the last Chris Rea tour, and was the vehicle for an unprecedented live album that centred around his 11 CD magnum opus 'Blue Guitars' together with a selection of Rea classics. In the sleeve notes, Chris stated that it would be the last tour he would do as 'Chris Rea',...
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  • Jun 2008
    Glastonbury Festival 2008
    Glastonbury Festival 2008
    June 2008
    This year, we got to do the whole gig, speakers 'n'all (with a little help from some friends). Having last year established that you don't have to be fulfil the stereotype of a touring PA company to be able to handle such a high profile festival stage, and weathering the media feeding frenzy that followed the 2007 event in the wake of some tricky meteorological conditions,...
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