The Score: Theatre Royal Bath (Oct 23)
6.5m dia. Revolving Stage

The Score, which is written by Oliver Cotton and directed by Trevor Nunn, is set in Potsdam, Prussia in 1747.  Johann Sebastian Bach reluctantly visits the court of Frederick II, Europe’s most ambitious and dangerous leader, and the explosive events of the following days could not have been predicted by either man.

Somewhere Out There You: Abbey Theatre, Dublin (Sept – Oct 23)
6.5m dia. Revolving Stage and Surround Stage

Director Wayne Jordan’s bright, buoyant production of a baggily structured, overlong script has the large cast swirling through dreamy tableaux of Dublin and Paris, on a stage fringed by tinsel curtains. An elaborate plot twist with observations about the parallels between role-play and artifice in theatre and in love losing some of their sharpness along […]

God of Carnage: Lyric Hammersmith (Sept 23)
6m dia. Revolving Stage

Yasmina Reza’s Olivier and Tony Award-winning comedy-drama God of Carnage is revived at Lyric Hammersmith. Translated into English by Christopher Hampton, God of Carnage is a ruthlessly comic study of middle-class parenting. Lyric’s Associate Director Nicholai La Barrie directs. The 2008 production won the Olivier Award for Best New Comedy and the Tony Award for Best New Play.

Next to Normal: Donmar Warehouse, London (Aug – Oct 23)
4m dia. Revolving Stage with Surround Stage

Critically acclaimed Broadway musical Next to Normal is an intimate exploration of family and loss.  At its heart is a suburban wife and mother living with bipolar disorder and haunted by her past.  Donmar Artistic Director Michael Longhurst directs the long-awaited UK première of this powerful musical about a far from average family. Next to Normal is the winner of the […]

In Dreams: Leeds Playhouse (Jul – Aug 23)
4.5m dia. Revolving Stage with Surround Stage

Written by Emmy and Golden Globe-winning and Tony and Olivier Award-nominated David West Read and directed by multi-award winning Luke Sheppard, In Dreams is a feel-good musical filled with love, laughter and the joy of living life to the full. Set to the soaring songs of Roy Orbison, this inspiring story tugs at the heart strings of the audience as they […]

Winner’s Curse: Park Theatre, London (Feb-Mar 23)
3.5m dia. Revolving Stage and Surround Stage

Directed by Jez Bond, Winner’s Curse sees two countries locked in battle over a strip of land, when a fragile ceasefire provides a chance for peace. Over the negotiating table, cynical diplomats, idealistic peacemakers and meddling mediators try to navigate a perilous path to agreement as the threat of continued conflict looms ever larger. Billed as a […]

Twelfth Night: Hurtwood House, Dorking (Dec22) 3.3m dia. Revolving Stage

Hurtwood Theatre presents Twelfth Night: The Musical, a contemporary jazz-funk adaptation by Shaina Taub that won accolades when first staged in New York in 2018. Tickertape heaven, fizzing firework fountains, revolving hearts and spinning stages. On with the dancing shoes, out with the blues. Amor Omnia Vincit. This is Shakespeare, this is Christmas at Hurtwood.

The Caucasian Chalk Circle: Whitgift School, South Croydon (Dec 22)
2m to 4.5m dia. Double Revolving Stage with Surround Stage

In December 2022, Big School was transformed into a theatre-in-the-round for Whitgift’s enthralling Senior Drama production of The Caucasian Chalk Circle. The play follows the character, Grusha, a peasant girl who rescues a baby during a time of conflict and becomes a better mother than the child’s wealthy biological parents. A double revolving stage was […]

The Weir: Abbey Theatre, Dublin (Nov 22 – Jan 23)
4.2m dia. Revolving Stage

Written by Olivier award-winning and Tony award-nominated playwright Conor McPherson, who is currently Senior Associate Artist at the Abbey Theatre, The Weir won the Olivier award for Best New Play on its premiere and has since been staged the world over. Directed by Caitríona McLaughlin, this major new staging of The Weir promises a spellbinding winter production for the […]

The Time Traveler’s Wife, Chester Storyhouse

Having its world premiere at Chester Storyhouse before heading to the West End, The Time Traveler’s Wife musical production is a dazzling display of technical illusion and special effects, combined with a poignant score, witty book and lyrics, and sensitive yet entertaining performances from its cast. Designer Anna Fleishcle has created a minimal but versatile set, […]

The P Word, Bush Theatre

Waleed Akhtar’s ‘The P Word’ looks through two contrasting lenses into the lives of gay Pakistani men. The Revolving Stage Company’s 5m diameter revolving stage and surround stage forms the very simplistic set at the Bush Theatre.  The separation in the middle clearly shows the divide between the two men.  The set by Max John […]

JCB at Agritechnica 2019, Hanover

AGRITECHNICA is the showcase of the global agricultural engineering industry and a forum for the future of plant production. This year JCB Agriculture launched an unprecedented number of new and improved products at the Show (10-16 November) to help farmers, growers, producers and contractors in the livestock, arable cropping and commercial horticulture sectors become more […]

Tree, part of Manchester International Festival 2019

Idris Elba and Kwame Kwei-Armah’s electrifying new blend of drama, music and dance follows one man’s journey into the heart and soul of contemporary South Africa – with the audience at the centre of the action. Much of the show’s impact comes from the way it is staged, with the audience standing around the action […]