What’s On At Worthing Theatres

5th December 2013

Messagemaker digital advertising banners promote what’s on and what’s coming up for audiences of Worthing Theatres with unmissable full colour messages.

Worthing Theatres provides a diverse, year round entertainment programme, packed with spectacular shows, the latest films, great concerts, live theatre and more, that meets the needs of both the local community as well as tourists and visitors to the town and the wider Sussex area.

Although Worthing Theatres had been using single colour LED signage for some years, it was unsatisfied with the level of reliability and support from its incumbent supplier, so turned to Messagemaker for a cost effective, more efficient and user friendly alternative.

Messagemaker specified and installed a robustly constructed, full colour digital banner that provides excellent brightness, ideal for aggressive and sunny seaside environments.

With an active screen size of 640mm x 6400mm and brightness of up to 8000 candela per square metre, the Messagemaker sign installed outside Worthing’s Pavilion Theatre is unmissable. A smaller screen has also been installed in the town centre, remotely controlled from the theatre to attract shoppers to visit the theatre.

The Messagemaker LED display provides more elegance and cost-effectiveness compared to traditional printed advertising banners as it is instantaneously updatable with no additional production costs. It is quick and easy to use with integrated software that can be programmed to run a scheduled programme of promotions throughout the day or week. The display can show a multitude of effects including scrolling text that immediately grabs the attention of passers-by.

Comments Harry Filer, MD of Messagemaker Displays: “Worthing Theatres has purchased a cost efficient, easy to use and update digital display solution that offers major benefits over printed advertising. For venues with limited resources, we also offer a full rental service scheme with a monthly rental cost for this type of installation coming in around £500 per month. Venues need only sell 2-3 additional tickets per day to quickly payback their investment.”