Channel 5’s new primetime game show Gino’s Win Your Wish List aired for the first time on Saturday, 28 July 2018. Produced by Stellify Media and hosted by Italian celebrity chef Gino D’Acampo, five members of a family compete to win their perfect prize (even bringing in their own sofa from home!). Filmed at MediaCity […]
Channel 4’s new series Buy It Now is hosted by presenter and comedian Brian Conley. Inventors and sellers are invited to showcase their new products to an audience of potential customers and have just 90 seconds to hopefully secure a potentially life-changing order with a national retailer. The Revolving Stage Company Ltd installed their 8m […]
Revolution is a new show to Sky One, first airing on 1 April 2018. This thrill packed series is a war on wheels that sees inline skaters, skateboarders and BMX riders take on a jaw-dropping course that only those with speed, skill and nerves of steel will be brave enough to face! The Revolving Stage […]
The BBC’s 2017 series of Strictly Come Dancing has been the most watched in its history with over 11 million tuning into each episode. Viewers have been completely enthralled and enchanted with Strictly’s magical mix of dance, sequins and campery, and the series has found a deserving champion in Joe McFadden. For this series, The […]
The revived 90’s gameshow returned to our TV’s on Friday, 23 June on Channel 4. The new instalments were recorded at Bristol’s Bottle Yard Studios in a purpose-built 32,500 square foot maze created by original maze designer James Dillon. The Revolving Stage Company supplied 4 of their 1m diameter revolving plinths and a 3.5m diameter […]
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 […]
Little Big Shots premiered on ITV on 1 March 2017. Hosted by Dawn French the show has no judges, winners or losers. In each episode, Dawn talks to 3-13 year old’s about their talent before performing it in front of a studio audience. The centrepiece of the programme is The Revolving Stage Company’s enormous 12m […]
A brand new Channel 4 pilot hosted by Noel Edmonds transmitted live from Bristol’s Bottle Yard Studios over the Christmas period. Produced by Crook Productions and using The Revolving Stage Company’s 12m diameter revolving stage, guests bid live on an eclectic mix of items with up to three auctions running at the same time during the show. […]
The iconic game show Blankety Blank returned to ITV for a one off special hosted by David Walliams on Christmas Eve with contestants including Louis Walsh and Anne Robinson. Two 5m diameter revolving stages from The Revolving Stage Company were used to rotate the contestants throughout the game and ‘reveal’ the prizes to be won.
Based on the smash hit live Edinburgh show, Dara O Briain’s Go 8 Bit sees celebrities battle each other at a host of classic and contemporary games. The set is 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 the […]
Can’t Touch This is a BBC television game show that has been airing since 26 March 2016 and hosted by Zoe Ball and Ashley Banjo. The Revolving Stage Company were approached by the production company who had great ideas of using our revolving stages as part of their larger than life assault course. At the […]
The Popular ITV Saturday night game show returned for its second series, for this run of shows The Revolving Stage Company installed a 12m diameter revolving stage and surround staging into the main set. The revolving stage was used to reveal various acts throughout the series as well as the end of show prizes.
For the X Factor Final 2014 held at Wembley Arena, The Revolving Stage Company installed a 3.5m diameter revolving stage on a 3.5m diameter rolling RevDeck stage as part of the set for finalist contestant Andrea Faustini to perform his penultimate track of the competition.
A 3m diameter revolving stage on a 3m diameter rolling Revdeck stage was installed at Fountain Studios for week 4 of this years X Factor series, the revolving stage which was used for guest artist John Legend`s performance, was covered in a black high gloss finish.
For the set of ITV`s latest quiz show, The Revolving Stage Company supplied a central revolving podium which rotated the bridge linking the contestants to the quizmaster as well as the outer bridge which rotated around the outside of the contestants ring stage, using the Revolvesolve Encoder Software to keep the inner and outer bridge in […]
A semifinal act on this year’s Britain’s Got Talent used a 3m diameter revolving stage for their performance, which was mounted on to a 3m diameter rolling Revdeck Stage. Thanks to ITV for once again choosing The Revolving Stage Company for their stage hire needs!
For the final of The Voice 2014, located at Elstree Film Studios, we installed a 2m diameter rolling revolving stage. Fitted with integral wheels and brakes so that the revolving stage could quickly be positioned on stage before and after the act, the stage was used to reveal the judge Tom Jones as he participated […]
For week 4 of ITV’s X Factor a 2.4m diameter revolving stage was supplied for two of the show’s acts to perform on. The revolving stage had integral braked wheels so that the stage could be quickly moved into position between acts, the revolving stage also had a static central platform to enable the artist […]
A 6.5m diameter revolving stage was installed as part of the set for Graham Norton’s Big Chat, a BBC3 show for Comic Relief’s 2013 fundraising effort. The stage was installed at BBC Television Centre in London.
A 12m diameter revolving stage was used in the set of the BBC 1 gameshow, Britain’s Brightest, installed at BBC Television Centre in London. The show runs for 6 weeks, and will be shown early in 2013.
The Revolving Stage Company were excited to be involved in Channel 4’s Stand Up to Cancer show, which raised money for a fantastic cause. We supplied a 6.5m revolving stage, surround and software.
If you’re a fan of The Voice, you may have seen one of our 2.4m diameter revolving stages on the show recently! We hired the stage out for the latest episode. Check out the stage in action (around the 5:30 mark):
The Revolving Stage Company returned to London Studios recently to provide a 9m diameter revolving stage for this year’s Noel’s Christmas Presents.
For the huge ITV show Home for Christmas with Michael Buble, we supplied a 15m diameter revolving stage. It was a pleasure to work with ITV and the man himself. Check it out in action:
Another telly project for us: we provided a huge 15m diameter revolving stage for Push the Button, hosted by Ant and Dec and filmed at Fountain Studios.
It was a very Merry Christmas for us when we were asked to supply three revolving stages for Noel’s Christmas Presents, which was filmed at London Studios. We provided one off 8m diameter stage and two off 2m diameter stages.
If you were watching The X Factor recently, you may have seen JLS performing on a couple of our revolving stages, which we hired out for filming at Fountain Studios.
The Revolving Stage Company were very excited to supply the popular sports panel show A League of Their Own with two off 6m diameter stages and software for recent filming at Teddington Studios.