Production Park
1 March 2024

Starting the year right at Production Park

A look at how the first few weeks of 2024 have shaped up in our studios.

The studios team have hit the ground flying, swinging, juggling and spinning as the full acrobatic might of the Cirque du Soleil artists rehearsed their Alegria World Tour in Studio 001. 

Turning into a full training camp for the whole month of January, Cirque made use of the 1,641 sq m space to finesse their inimitable acrobatics, while working with TAIT for intricate inspections, and making use of Production Park’s storage space of their vibrant sets. 

From Production Park to the Royal Albert Hall, the show was praised as:

“soppy, funny, OTT entertainment – Cirque du Soleil at its best” (Time Out).

Photo: Jules Annan.

A bit closer to home, we welcomed back Sheffield alt-metal band Bring Me The Horizon. A returning client, the band brought their NX_GN European tour to the park for full production and artist rehearsals. 

“A ferocious night of spellbinding production” – Kerrang.

Photos: Sam Neill

We’ve also had ‘80s legends Depeche Mode through the studio for the production rehearsals of their Memento Mori European tour. 

With partners on the Park TAIT the producers of what the NME called “an ambitious stage production”, the (now) duo are hailed as having an “enduring lust for life” by The Guardian.

With the spring calendar of the studios filling up, watch this space for what the rest of the year has in store.

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Lead photo: Jules Annan.

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