Adamson and The Warehouse welcome Hawthorn as a certified reseller

Award-winning creative technical event production company Hawthorn has officially become an Adamson certified reseller in the UK.

Hawthorn creates bespoke technical solutions for a range of events and is a leading technical supplier in the UK and beyond through its equipment rental and sales, permanent installation and full technical event production services.

The company’s clients consist of a broad range of corporate customers and agencies, along with concert and theatre productions.

Hawthorn has provided audio visual solutions for a range of high profile clients, including Europe’s largest digital marketing conference, Adobe Summit EMEA, the UK’s largest games event, EGX, Sundown Festival, The National Theatre’s UK tour of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time, the UK tour of Sister Act, and more.

Earlier this year, Adamson, together with its UK distributor, The Warehouse Sound Services, launched the install-focused IS-Series in the UK at PLASA London. The IS-Series packs the company’s tour-grade technology into architecturally friendly boxes with rugged and unobtrusive rigging solutions.

“I’ve been aware of Adamson for a number of years and have always been very impressed with its quality, from how their loudspeakers sound to ease of rigging and now, it’s great to see it on many riders and installation specifications in the UK,” said Rob Allen, Hawthorn’s group head of sound. “We’re very proud to be one of the first companies in the UK to become a certified reseller and are very much looking forward to working with Adamson and The Warehouse.”

Added The Warehouse director, Derek Blair: “We are delighted to have Hawthorn on board as one of the first Adamson certified resellers in the UK. They have a wealth of experience in the installation and rental markets and are well-known for providing the very best equipment with customer service that is second to none. We look forward to a long and fruitful partnership.”

(Pictured L-R: Derek Blair, director of the Warehouse and Rob Allen, Hawthorn’s group head of sound)