"Weird" might be the best way to describe this year's PLASA show, held September 7-10 at Earls Court in London. Maybe it was because it opened just months after the departure of the Professional Light and Sound Association's longtime chief executive officer John Offord; more likely it was because the show began just one day after Princess Diana's funeral. Regardless of the reason, there was an odd vibe on the show floor, as exhibitors and attendees dealt with unchecked noise, heat (like most ...
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