Visitors have one last chance to avoid the £20 ticket price before PLASA 2011 switches to a paying registration site tomorrow (Tuesday 10 May).
The show is now over 85% sold, nearly five months ahead of its four-day run at Earls Court from September 11-14. In comparison to this point last year, the number of companies confirmed to take part is up by 14%, while visitor registrations have increased by 5% (to 8,500).
PLASA 2011 event manager Sophie Atkinson commented: “The PLASA Show has a unique reputation for launching ground-breaking products. The Show embraces everything from theatre, live music, film/TV and special events to night venues, architectural installations and construction projects. It’s a true reflection of a highly diverse industry operating at an international level-the connecting thread coming from the creative use of emerging technologies, which are constantly opening up new opportunities. PLASA 2011 will bring emerging technology to the people whose technical, creative and production skills help realise a staggering diversity of projects and productions – it will be a very exciting place to be.”
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