Staging

Our experts can design and fit out your staging, AV, lighting, and audio systems to not only meet workplace health and safety requirements but also allow your venue to meet the needs of your ever-growing clients; ensuring the highest quality of workmanship is provided during all phases of the design and installation.

Specialised Rigging

Need specialised rigging? Our team are familiar with all advanced rigging techniques suitable for circus, aerial and acrobatics.

There is no idea too hard for our highly skilled riggers to solve!

Theatre Design Work

Our experts can design and fit out your staging, AV, lighting, and audio systems to not only meet workplace health and safety requirements but also allow your venue to meet the needs of your ever-growing clients; ensuring the highest quality of workmanship is provided during all phases of the design and installation.

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Let us help you gain the best results for your venue!

Create your venue from the ground up or bring your decommissioned theatre back to its full glory using our customisable consultation services.
With our ever expanding team we will always have the consultants at hand to support your venue on its next big step. This enables us to work together to elevate your theatre to a new and higher standard, while ensuring your venue is as desirable to touring, local and corporate companies as possible; maximising your long term investment with the venue.

Avoid an Accident by Completing Theatre Risk Assessments

Here’s an example of a theatre accident that was entirely preventable, had a correct risk assessment been carried out for the use of the tallescope at the theatre.

LOCAL AUTHORITY SENTENCED FOR THEATRE WORKER’S INJURIES

A local authority in the West Midlands has been fined £20,000 after a theatre worker fractured a bone in his back.

Stafford Borough Council was sentenced following an investigation by the Health and Safety Executive (HSE) into the incident, which happened at the Stafford Gatehouse Theatre in July 2014.

Two theatre workers were operating a tallescope when the apparatus overturned, injuring 33-year-old Mark Elkin.

Stafford Magistrates’ Court heard that no risk assessment had been carried out for the use of the tallescope at the theatre.

The council admitted breaching Management of Health & Safety at Work Regulations 1999 and Work at Height Regulations 2005. It was fined £20,000 and ordered to pay costs of £1,922.

HSE inspector Katherine Blunt said: “This accident was entirely preventable. This could very easily have been a fatality. As it is, Mr Elkin suffered serious injuries.”

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Our team can complete the required installation, maintenance or safety inspections for your venue. Contact us now!