W London Hotel at PRIDE 2018

More than one million people took to the streets for London’s annual iconic Pride parade celebrating the LGBT community and promoting its rights. Around 30,000 people from 472 organisations took part in the march through the capital’s centre on 7 July 2018. Standing proud and shouting loud in support of the LGBTQ community, W London […]

Enter Shikari at Slam Dunk Festival 2017

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 […]

Blankety Blank returns for Christmas Special

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.

Mike Brewer Car Clinic, Silverstone Classic 2016

The biggest classic motor festival in the world came to Silverstone this July and Discovery’s ‘Wheeler Dealers’ host Mike Brewer held his car clinic on The Revolving Stage Company’s 5m diameter revolving stage! To make the stage stable on the uneven ground at the show, a sub-stage was constructed beneath the revolve and its 6.1m […]

‘Contractions’ Sheffield Theatres

The Revolving Stage Company again works with Sheffield Theatres as they present the regional première of Contractions, a dark and funny play about intrusion, management and ever-decreasing privacy, by Olivier Award-winning writer Mike Bartlett. Lisa Blair’s production has a sleek, hi-tech feel, in which Fly Davis’s slowly revolving design reinforces the impression that the characters are […]

Flowers for Mrs Harris, Crucible Theatre, Sheffield

The Crucible Theatre in Sheffield once again approached The Revolving Stage Company to work with them on their World Première of the new musical by Richard Taylor and Rachel Wagstaff, based on the 1958 novel by Paul Gallico about a widowed London charwoman obsessed with buying herself a Christian Dior dress. The installation of our 6.5m to […]