Warehouse Technician (Fixed Term Contract, Christmas 2022) Fixed term 24th October - 16 December 2022, 24 hours per week with possibility of overtime. Closing date for applications 14th October 2022. We're expecting a busy few weeks before Christmas, as we produce events and supply rental equipment to customers right across the country. To help
Light up! We're proud to be offering a service for North East companies and organisations to light up buildings to help them show their support for the care services at a time when money is tight. Our MD, Martin, came up with the plan to have a completely self-contained van of equipment and a
Angel of The North tribute to the NHS Staff turn the Angel of The North blue for the NHS At the weekend a couple of Hi-Lights staff both past and present, were talking about how we could use the tools we have at our disposal during this crisis to show our support
Are we essential? Sadly not. We'd all like to think we're invaluable. Thinking about whether your services are essential can be a sobering experience. Certainly at times like this when the live entertainment industry is very much on the back burner the answer has to be no - and to that end
The Government starts to step up a little - enough? We're starting to see some much-needed assistance for the industry and small businesses. Finally, the Government appears to be stepping up support for small businesses. While it's certainly useful and welcome, whether it's actually enough depends on how long this situation goes
"May you live in interesting times" pt2 From yesterday's post: "Until the Government decides that public gatherings are banned, then your event or show still has a chance of going ahead. The best you can do at the minute is to put yourself in a position to be reactive to changing circumstances.
"May you live in interesting times" The current situation with Covid-19, whatever your personal view on the issue, presents a challenge to everyone who works in the entertainment industry on any level. When the population is asked not to gather socially, the events that the industry would usually service simply disappear. Those