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The Next Occupant at No.10, Could Be You!

With so much political uncertainty surrounding Number 10, Brexit and Theresa May, why not step up and lead the UK yourself from our true-to-life Downing Street set. Perfect for a conference, an impromptu themed event, or even a satirical publicity stunt. This head turning 12m x 3m Downing Street set consists of a fully practical (and worldly-recognised) black, number 10, door and is set against the iconic Downing Street, black, brick. The set size can be adjusted to suit your venue and is supplied with windows, net curtains, wall lights, traditional London lamp posts and black iron railings – along with a number of other supporting accessories, such as cobbled flooring, bunting, lighting and

A Well-Rounded Success!

'A solution was required to build a circular stage with built-in LED floor that could be moved'. Having been instructed by Penhaligon Event Consultants, for their Forever Living Global Summit, to create a circular 15m diameter stage on wheels, we eagerly got the thinking caps on in preparation for the challenge. A solution was required to build a circular stage that would house a built-in LED floor and be moved into place after a matching, cylindrical, screen had been flown from the rigging above. Why? Due to the short production build time allowed on site it was necessary to look at options for how all departments were to able build simultaneously within the same space. The Solution? A plan

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    Staging Services Ltd is a limited registered company that also trades as Event-Deck in England and Wales, registered number 03981420 with the registered Office being: Staging Services Ltd, Leamore Lane, Bloxwich, Walsall, West Midlands, WS2 7BY, United Kingdom

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