The seashore set was constructed using large plywood boxes covered with polystyrene and then carved to look like slabs of rock.
One of the many sets constructed for P&O Cruises.
Each set has to be designed and constructed in such a way that it can easily erected, struck and stowed away.
This was mainly constructed from metal and perpex for the Theatre Royal - Brighton
This set constructed with the flattage tapering down to give a perspective view.
All the windows and doors had to be individually made as they got smaller looking up the street.
This set was designed to stand on a turntable built into the stage.
This set was constructed for the Hippodrome Theatre in Birmingham.
This skip was designed to be assembled in sections to be able to break it down and get it into the Theatre venue.
This set was covered with old random vacform brickwork with plywood sewer pipes put through.
After the set was painted and aged down, it had glaze poured down it to look like running water.
The boot was constructed with plywood formers and skin ply. It then had to have a truck unit consealed underneath.
It was then covered in foam, gauzes and then painted.
This set was constructed for the Haymarket Theatre.
This set was constructed for the Marlowe Theatre in Canterbury.
The whole set had to be trucked and built in three sections totalling 8 metres in height.