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S+H Fills in A Few Blanks Posted: 20/01/2017

S+H Technical Support supplied a large quantity of its LED Starcloth to be used as a complete wrap around the stage and audience seating for a one-off Christmas Special of the popular 1980s comedy games show Blankety Blank ¦ which was hosted by David Walliams and broadcast by ITV on Christmas Eve.

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S + H Technical Support Gets Aboard Love Machine Posted: 30/08/2012

Devon, UK, based drapes, starcloth, LED and visual effects specialists S+H Technical Support has supplied 8000 square metres of its ShowLED Animation curtain to the new series of Skys popular dating games show, Love Machine, currently being recorded at Pinewood Studios.

The Animation curtain was specified by set designer Patrick Doherty, for whom S+H have supplied many other projects, including the inaugural series of Love Machine last year.

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S + H Technical Support Gets Aboard Love Machine Posted: 30/08/2012

Devon, UK, based drapes, starcloth, LED and visual effects specialists S+H Technical Support has supplied 8000 square metres of its ShowLED Animation curtain to the new series of Skys popular dating games show, Love Machine, currently being recorded at Pinewood Studios.

The Animation curtain was specified by set designer Patrick Doherty, for whom S+H have supplied many other projects, including the inaugural series of Love Machine last year.

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S+H LED Floor Enjoys Nine Lives on The Cube Posted: 05/07/2012

UK, based drapes, starcloth, LED and visual effects specialists S+H Technical Support again supplied its innovative LED Video Floor to the latest series of high profile television games show, The Cube via producers Objective Television.

The series is recorded at Fountain TV Studios in Wembley, London, and broadcast on ITV 1.

Presented by Philip Schofield, contestants can win up to £250,000 of prize money by completing straightforward tasks within a 4 x 4 metre Perspex cube, which becomes extremely challenging with the addition of disorientating visuals and sonic effects plus the pressure of being in front of a live audience.

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