Annual Show for Hillview School Another Success

Pa Hire for local schoolLast week saw Old Barn Audio spending the day at Hillview School for Girls. The guys at OBA have worked with Tim Robertson from the Music Department for many years now and really enjoy this one day out of the office.

They arrived first thing, to set up the sound for the day. They brought with them speakers, amplifiers, monitors, processors and microphones they use for hire out to other companies. In all, everything that is needed for a successful school talent show.

This event is always a great success and is held at the Angel Centre in Tonbridge as they need a large open venue that will hold all parents as well as students.

Old Barn Audio’s Martin Audio sound equipment definitely had a good airing last week and the guys took with them:

Such a fun day with all the auditions and then all guests arrived for the actual show in the evening. This went without a hitch and all in all was another roaring success. OBA love this day and will continue to provide the sound as long as they are needed.

Thanks guys, hope to see you again next year…

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