Monthly Archives: July 2016

  • Whittingdale Out Bradley In

    All Change at The Top for Culture, Media and Sport

     

    John Whittingdale has been fired from his position as Secretary of State for Culture, Media and Sport. The move comes as new Prime Minister Theresa May continues her vigorous cabinet shuffle. “[It] has been a privilege to serve as Culture Secretary. I wish my successor every success & will continue to support creative industries.” said Whittingdale on Twitter in his reaction to the news. Continue reading

  • How To Choose Your Home Cinema Seating

    How you position your home cinema furniture is without doubt one of the most important factors to consider when you're planning a dedicated in-house theatre. Seating alone has developed into an entire science concerned with providing each individual member of the audience with a superior entertainment experience. And while you can find a whole gaggle of experts on the Internet more than happy to offer their advice concerning the positioning of speakers, advice on how to choose and arrange your seating can be quite rare. Continue reading

  • 5 Tips and Tricks for Planning Your Home Theatre Project

    Building your own home theatre could possibly be one of the most complex and cost-intensive projects you ever take on. So getting it right on the first attempt is a huge bonus. Luckily, there are enough experts and specialists out there just waiting to offer helpful advice. Below we've gathered just a few of the tips and tricks you should consider so that your home theatre project goes without a hitch. Continue reading

  • Just How Healthy Is Popcorn Really?

    Film, lights, camera, action! But wait! What about the popcorn?       

     

    So, it's the night of the long awaited film premiere in your very own custom-built home cinema. You, your family and friends are all gathered to enjoy the latest spectacular blockbuster. Refreshments are on hand. A supply of soft drinks for the kids. Perhaps a few cold beers for the adults. Now all you need is something to snack on. And when it comes to watching films, there really is only one snack that will make the grade. Popcorn! Continue reading

  • The Best Way To Remote Control Your Home Theatre

    Some might argue that the best thing about having your own home theatre is the fact that it allows multiple devices and technology to create a unique cinema experience. But having an arsenal of devices at your disposal can also be quite a challenge. Remote control is one of them. But help is at hand and the days of juggling 10 to 12 remote controls in the dark are over. Universal, high-end remote controls are able to take the place of a whole barrage of single remotes, and just to make life even easier, they come with illuminated buttons and screens! Continue reading

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