Stage Scenery and other services

Our stage scenery is built to the highest standard, no matter what budget we are working to. We offer our expertise to lower budget professional productions and West End spectaculars alike!  We stake our reputation on the quality of our work and we are regularly complimented on it!

Hearst Magazine UK, The BBC, Country Living Magazine, ITV, Bill Kenwright, London Classic Theatre, Goes Wrong, The Unicorn Theatre, Harlow Playhouse, Captiv8 Productions and Valentino are just a few of our clients.

Here’s just a few more reasons why you should us call for a quotation…

  • We have been trading for over 30 years offering consistently high standards and piece of mind.
  • We care about our customers and value repeat business. We are very proud that we have been supporting some clients consistently for over 30 years!
  • Many members of our team are from the theatrical and television world and can therefore appreciate the importance of certain design elements and can even make suggestions based on their experience.
  • We are multi-skilled and have the facilities to work in all materials from wood and metal to novel products such as fibre glass and polystyrene.
  • We have our own scenic painter.
  • We are happy to take delivery of any set dressing or props in advance of your production.
  • We don’t have the overheads that our city based competitors have, making us a more economical choice.

Touring Theatre Scenery

We specialise in touring theatre scenery; we have managed to engineer scenery to break down and fit into the smallest of vehicles – think Mary Poppin’s carpet bag! If you are looking for a quotation for a touring show, we suggest you consider the following points first:

  • Date required – have you allowed a reasonable amount of time for consultation and construction, painting and finishing of the scenery?
  • Do you have full details of the requirements – we can only tell you how much the piece of string will be if you can tell us how long it is.
  • What is your budget? Be realistic about what is achievable. Don’t forget to allow for painting, finishing and transportation.
  • If a touring show, what are the internal dimensions and pay load of the intended touring vehicle? 
  • Are there any restrictions at the theatre or venue that should be considered when designing the scenery? For example, size of doorway(s), is access via a flight of stairs, a lift, a ramp? Not all theatres have hassle free scene docks!