I'm not an electrician but running a feed to a marquee may be no problem. There again, where is it? Is it underground, overground or overhead supply? Or maybe standalone?
What you intend to do with it in this marquee is a different matter.
Rented marquee? Private or public?
Competance also comes into the equation, as does insurance liability, HSE, etc etc.
What you need is an electrician. Safety is not necessarily cheap, but it is better to be safe than sorry.
Really?.I think you will need either a generator or transformer as it will have to be on 110 Volts.
Good advice and very true!he already knows he need an electrician so why tell him what he already knows
Try putting it in context. His question was not 'Is there an electrician on here to do the work?'
Even an electrician on here will tell him to get an electrician, I would think. Giving a quote from the regs is one thing, but any possible error of information over the net, any suggestion that an electrician suggested or assisted he do it himself (by giving instructions) might be construed as negligence in litigation these days. Sorry but if the poster is not sure of what the task entails, competance might be an issue if things go wrong. My advice stands. Get an electrician.
Yes, really! All band equipment including PA's should be on 110 Volts. Mind you I'm only a drummer so what do I know?Really?.
Only if it's regarded as a building site !
Then yes 240/110v transformer centre tapped to earth would be required, ensuring a person could only come into contact with 55v to earth .