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Outdoor LED TV Display Screens Installed At The Castle Pub In Islington, London

TV Display Screens For Pub Terraces & Smoking Areas

A short walk from Angel tube station, standing proud at the top of Pentonville Road and with possibly the finest roof terrace in all of Angel – where better to shelter from the hoards of London while fortifying yourself with some delicious treats?

London Sports Bars & Pubs

A relaxing retreat in trendy, bustling Islington, The Castle on Pentonville Road, north London is a cracking little pub that is always welcoming.

Whether soaking in the sun on the amazing roof terrace, or avoiding the rain on a comfy sofa – our real ales, great beers or a glass from our wine list chosen by our own master of wine, sets you up just nicely.

At lunch it’s freshly made sandwiches, salads and British classics, and in the evenings- the daily changing specials fill up those watching sport on tv, shouting out the answers to the pub quiz or just relaxing with a pint.

Manager Anna van der Watt has been responsible at The Castle for over two years and really enjoys here time here. “We have such a varied clientlete and a strong crowd of regular customers, who come here not only for drinks but to also enjoy the food throughout the pub and especially on our roof terrace”

Pub & Sports Bar TV Display Screens

AquaLite Outdoor TVs are made in 26” 32” 42” 55” 65” 70” 82” screen sizes and are designed with stylish weatherproof casings, waterproof cables and connections, 6mm toughened glass. An anti glare film and reflective coating for high visability outside in broad daylight and bright sunlight.

The AquaLite LCD, LED, HD TV screens, panels and monitors deliver crystal clear digital images in all weather conditions and any environment: rain, sleet, snow, ice, high humidity, low humidity, heat, sunlight, dust and even insects.

Ordinary indoor TV screens are not robust enough to withstand the damp, heat and dust and simply placing the screen in some form of weatherproof container or enclosure can hamper the picture quality or restrict viewing angles. The Aqualite range of outdoor display screens can withstand the extremes that a European summer can produce be it bad weather or good weather and also gives viewers the very best viewing experience.

Kim Menen explains that, “”A common problem with taking indoor TVs outside into direct sunlight is the affect on viewability and readability. Even indoors, I’m sure most people have experienced the annoyance of sun glare while watching TV at some point on a hot afternoon but the problem is many times worse outdoors. Whilst all the AquaLite Outdoor TV screens are coated 4 times with anti reflective coatings on both sides of the glass, glare can never be totally removed.

So if you wish to remove even more glare for those extra bright sunny days then we have the answer. Removing unwanted glare by a further 65% the AqualIte Anti Reflective Film does the job nicely and can make the difference between viewers enjoying the game or staying at home to watch it there. “”

London Cycle Cafe Choose All Weather, High Visibility TV Screens

High Visibility TV Display Screens For Bars & Restaurants

Founded in 2010 Look mum no hands! remains a trailblazer combining a café, a bicycle workshop, a bar, and exhibition space and was one of the very first London Cycle Cafes.  Their summer newspaper states that they’re bananas about three things: bikes, coffee and beer!

So a visit to one of their now three London venues is bound to be an exciting experience! Even better, bring your bike along, get it checked over whilst you enjoy a coffee!

Pay them a visit and you’ll find that a true passion for quality and friendly service guides all elements of their business. Baristas, mechanics and chefs will take care of almost any need.

Coffee comes from local roasters Square Mile, cakes from nearby bakeries, freshly prepared food everyday serves breakfast, lunch and dinner from 7:30am – 9pm. Wash it all down with craft beer from specialist London breweries and beyond.

Look mum no hands! Co-founder and Master of Spanners, Sam got in touch with Aqualite back in May and they had their 65” Aqualite screen delivered and up and running by June.

“The screen has been specially positioned in an outdoor theatre with tables and seating for over 70 people. When the sun’s out, it gets very busy!”

Their new pop-up location, along the Southbank of the Thames (under Hungerford Bridge) opened in July and runs through to September. Here you’ll find the very best of LMNH hospitality, serving good coffee, craft beer and fresh food around the clock – as well as the screening of live sports events, including the 2016 Rio Olympics.

A packed programme of exhibitions, film screenings, live cyclesport and even cycle speed dating ensure that LMNH is always buzzing with all the different elements of London’s cycle culture!

Kim Menen of Aqualite Outdoor said ‘ Aqualite high visibility digital screens are a common entertainment and information solution inside and outside exhibition halls, convention centers and pop up venues where interior lighting or bright sunshine may hamper visibility. These dynamic, anti-glare and anti-reflective screens create a modern and high-tech atmosphere.”

London Outdoor Music, Art, Media & Performance Events

Big Screen Outdoor TV Billboards & Displays In London

This ground-breaking exhibition that, uniquely enabled video art to be incorporated into an outdoor natural setting, was made possible by using state-of-the-art waterproof and weatherproof TV displays developed by Aqualite Oudoor.

Wild New Territories is an exhibition showing new visual art, media and performance works that explore the interplay between the urban and the wild.

The artists are a broad cross-section of award winning and emerging, artists from a variety of geo-political backgrounds in an unusually natural setting: Camley Street Natural Park in the middle of Kings Cross.

Inhabited by hundreds of diverse species, not normally found in the middle of a concrete metropolis, these wild species will be joined by established artists including Gillian Wearing, Michael Landy, Kathy Kenny, Ron den Daas, Gordon Cheung, and American artist, Edgar Heap of Birds, working in a variety of challenging and site specific ways.

“Wild New Territories” selected the best, affordable, high tech TV display panels with features especially adapted for conditions requiring weatherproof display.

For many weeks, the monitors were able to withstand the rigors of England”s inclement weather conditions; unremitting rain, low temperatures, dirt, dust, fluids, and wildlife interventions!

By using Auqualite”s cutting edge electronics, Wild New Territories was able to present video art outdoors in a truly original and novel exhibition context, in a manner that was relevant to the ecological themes of the show.

“Wild New Territories” would like to thank Auqualite for their “wild new technology”, and their innovative support for our exhibition!

This is a world touring exhibition premiering in London then moving to Vancouver, then Berlin. The London exhibition will take place from September 19th 2012 at Camley Street Natural Park (until October 31, 2012 12 Camley Street, London, N1C 4PW.