Shining New Work of Art at the Brewhouse

The Brewhouse is a one-stop shop for art lovers in East Staffordshire to savour everything from theatre, cinema, dance and art exhibitions. Located in Burton town centre, it is also home to the East Staffordshire Dance Collective and the community arts development team for East Staffordshire.

Hardy Signs have recently manufactured and installed shining new signs at the main entrance to the Brewhouse. The new logo has a splash of colour illustrating the diversity of all the arts displayed at the centre.

The Brewhouse is a major landmark in town and is used by art lovers of all ages and interests. The illuminated signs are made from fabricated brushed stainless steel providing a high quality finish and long lasting signage solution.

Councillor Colin Whittaker, Deputy Leader for East Staffordshire Borough Council Cultural Services, said, “The new branding and logo reflects our arts centre’s attitude to move with the times and to appeal to a wider and diverse audience”.

“Although every sign that we design and manufacture is a work of art, we took special care of the signs at the Brewhouse because it is a centre where art is appreciated by discerning guests and the new signs are the first step to welcoming all visitors” added Tom Hardy, General Manager at Hardy Signs.

In addition to professional signage, Hardy Digital offers innovative and dynamic display solutions including the latest range of touch screen display showcasing the new touch technology.

Hardy Digital® is a dedicated department of Hardy Signs Limited, one of the most recognised and preferred signage suppliers in the United Kingdom, offering a wide range of digital solutions to an existing and expanding client base in the UK.

If you would like to know more about professional signage, multiformat graphics or digital displays you can book a free demo at Hardy Sign’s Burton upon Trent office.

For more information about Hardy Signs & Digital products and services please visit or call us on 01283 569102

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