Another busy year for The Revolving Stage Company at Festival of Speed 2017 which took place in the grounds of Goodwood House from 29 June to 2 July. In total five revolving stages were resident at the event. Jaguar Land Rover had two 6m diameter revolving stages covered in chequer-plate. A 5m diameter revolving stage […]
Enter Shikari headlined across the May Bank Holiday weekend at this year’s Slam Dunk Festival. Four 1.2m diameter revolving stages from The Revolving Stage Company were used to rotate 3m high 4 sided lighting rigs situated on Enter Shikari’s stage. The movement of the columns was programmed using the company’s RevolveSolve software package and operated […]
Dara O Briain’s Go 8 Bit returns to Dave (tv channel) for a second series this May. Once again, the set has been built on The Revolving Stage Company’s 8m diameter revolving stage and is turned by an onsite operator using the programmable software package Revolvesolve. The stage turns to reveal a collection of classic and contemporary computer games that […]
There was a tumultuous welcome for grime’s home-town hero Stormzy who performed at Brixton Academy from 2 – 4 May. The production of the show was incredible with a kaleidoscope of laser beams and rows of crisp LED screens with 3D graphics that changed to suit each track performed. Six of the moving LED screens in Stormzy’s backdrop were moved by […]
Over the weekend of 25 – 26 March saw Europe’s biggest VW show return to Sandown Park. The outdoor event is dedicated to exhibiting VW Beetles and VW Camper Vans. The Revolving Stage Company were there again this year with a number of revolving stages, the one featured here is a 4.7m diameter revolve.
One of The Revolving Stage Company’s double revolving stages measuring 6.5m to 11m diameter can currently be seen at Bergen’s National Opera. Rossini’s witty Il Turco in Italia is a comedy of Mediterranean manners by the 19th century master.