We supply a huge variety of off-the-shelf and custom built displays to amateur and professional theatres, opera houses and musical performance venues all over the world.
Surtitles, supertitles, subtitles, call them what you will; whenever you need to display dialogue on a screen, we can help with our Surtitle LED displays.
Some of the most famous locations rely on us to show translated or transcribed lyrics and words to foreign language or hard of hearing audiences.
Our Surtitle software is completely FREE and allows you to easily update your LED displays from simple scrolling up dialogue, to multi-language and dynamic modes. All at the touch of a button.
Impress your audiences and keep them coming back for more with the following features:
- Stage management cues
- Actor name
- Libretto/script references
- Musical score references
- Operator notes
- Mimic display to show on stage text
- Dark screen design for program (to minimise glare in low light of auditorium or lighting box)
Our Surtitle displays and software have been successful enhancing the theatre experience for people with impaired hearing at Surrey Opera (pictured) for many years. Using our signs also helps the theatre stay compliant with the DDA (Disability Discrimination Act, 1995).
With our Surtitle software, it’s now possible to write your own software, based on ours. You can try it for yourself, courtesy of Surrey Opera who have kindly released their software for use with our displays. Interested? Please get in touch to find out how.
- Highest quality, robust and reliable LED signs
- Crystal clear, immaculate resolution
- Easy installation and servicing
- Leading-edge technology
- Manufactured in the UK
- Fast delivery and flexible warranties
At Spectra we live and breathe high-quality LED displays.
Shown above, Spectra Surtitles, Anthony and Cleopatra at Shakespears Globe Theatre
"just a quick email to thank you once again for your assistance in providing the equipment for Madam Butterfly. We had five very successful performances and - most importantly - not one comment about the surtitles! It may surprise you but surtitle displays for opera can often cause a large number of complaints because they can be intrusive and detract from the presentation. The fact we didn't get one adverse comment (from 10,000 audience members) pays tribute to the installation and shows we got it right". - Kim Robinson, Production Manager for Madam Butterfly