Stage curtain installation for theatres, sound insulation for cinema and auditoriums

From stage curtain installation for theatres to MOD tank simulators

We work on projects big and small: some are standard and others more unusual. From stage curtain installation for theatres, to sound insulation for cinema and auditoriums, as well designing tank simulators for the MOD, there aren’t many situations we haven’t encountered!

Take a look at some of our highlights and see how we could help you.

Camstage delivers seats, walls, curtain to military base Camstage Ltd. returned to military duty to renovate a moth-balled cinema at the Royal Air Force Base Lakenheath. Vinci Construction hired Camstage to provide 227 seats, acoustic wall panels and a fire curtain as part of a 3.4M GBP renovation that began in August 2011. Changes to the two-… read more
Ipswich School rehires Camstage for CamStyle™ acoustic panels and curtains. A+ work at Ipswich School in Suffolk earned Camstage Ltd. the right to complete three more projects at the 600 year old school. Camstage, a leading UK cinema, theatre and stage supplier, often works with schools needing performance areas, window curtains and similar… read more
Getty estate adds home cinema Camstage Ltd. was invited four times for home cinema projects at the Wormsley estate, which was first restored for multi-millionaire and film enthusiast, Sir John Paul Getty. The Getty family’s tenure of the 2,500-acre estate began in 1984 with Getty laying plans for a comprehensive restoration of the 18th-century… read more
The Pet Shop Boys The Pet Shop Boys unveiled their soundtrack to the 1925 film Battleship Potemkin at Trafalgar Square then again at Swan Hunters Shipyard in Newcastle. 40,000 people heard the pop duo perform the soundtrack with the Dresden Sinfoniker orchestra as the film was screened on a giant screen we installed Camstage was formed in 1989… read more
Camstage installs huge screen for Mamma Mia! at the 02 Camstage Ltd. helped make possible the biggest screening and singalong ever of the hit film, MAMMA MIA! A Camstage crew installed a specially built 108-foot screen at the O2 Arena in London. An audience of 12,000 was dressed to impress in MAMMA MIA! gear and belted out classic ABBA hits.… read more
London 2012 Olympic Games Panasonic unveiled their newest and largest HD TV to the world from the press centre at the London 2012 Olympic Games and they asked us to build a projection screen to sit in front of the TV. Once the presentation was over, our screen needed to move to reveal their TV. Olympic Broadcasting Services (OBS) approached us… read more
Mclaren - F1 Simulator We helped Mclaren build a racing car simulator, which eventually became Lewis Hamilton’s. You can see one of the screens Camstage installed in this video on why the auto company uses simulators. Camstage was formed in 1989 and is known as a leading UK supplier to the cinema and theatre industries. Products include… read more
MOD - Tank Simulator Manoeuvre Support Vehicle (MSV), to be deployed by the British Army's Royal Engineers. It will be the first simulator to provide synthetic training of driving and digging with motion feedback. The BAE Systems company expects that this technology will be applicable to a number of future vehicle training requirements.… read more
Camstage fits festoon-curtain tapestry in front of AV system Camstage Ltd. used its expertise and experience when Fidelity Investments sought help in hanging a tapestry in front of a screen and audio visual system in a former castle in Germany. The mechanism to lift the tapestry had to push out quickly from a wall covered in untouchable… read more
ClothGrip™ improves sound at U.S. embassy The U.S. embassy in London, which plans to move in 2017, keeps improving its building at Grosvenor Square. The Camstage Ltd. designers chose multiple colours of decorative ClothGrip™ sound absorbing panels for the auditorium. The project manager told Sue Camastra, who leads most of the design work,… read more

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