What is a Stage System?

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What is a Stage System?

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In short, a stage system is a singular configuration of staging frames, joiners and flats of wood to create a stage or similar raised structure.

Well that’s the standard answer anyway.

The truth is stage systems can be far more than that. They can be a whole host of things.

  • They can be stairs
  • They can be platforms
  • They can be ramps or railings
  • They can hold curtain drapes
  • They can hold functions
  • They can host speeches
  • They can host story time
  • They can host plays
  • Truthfully, they can make dreams come true

The possibilities are limitless to what imagination can do with a stage system – both in designing and building one and then what happens on it.

What Functions Can You Perform With A Stage System?

  • You can host performances
  • You can set up audience seating
  • You can build drawers to store toys
  • You can host children’s artwork on a backdrop
  • You can help people find their voice
  • You can climb to the next level
  • You can build a platform for a child’s future
  • The possibilities are endless

Why Would I Want A Stage System?

In the education sector, a stage system can become an invaluable investment. It’s one purchase, that you can store in a small space and use again and again as needed. As our stage systems are modular – i.e. they break apart into small, easily movable pieces – you can store our frames, joiners and flats in an appropriate place, with little bother.

In return, you get all the possibilities offered by one of our systems. You get a place for children:

  • To grow
  • To find their voice
  • To discover their passion
  • To be rewarded for good work
  • To build confidence
  • To learn in an interactive way
  • To enjoy a story
  • To have a wonderful amount of fun
  • The possibilities are endless.

But, How Hard Is It To Build A Stage System?

This is the coup de grace.

You take a frame. You place a slab into the frame. You connect it to the next frame with a single joiner.

That’s it.

From there on, it’s up to you. You can place frame on frame to build higher. You can connect a half frame to make steps. You can place railings at the back for safety. You can build high and wide – or you can keep it simple with a single short block in the corner of a classroom.

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The possibilities are endless.

So, What Is A Stage System?

It’s a child’s future.

For more information on how easy it is to acquire, keep and build a stage system and even how you can have custom designed one made to your specification, if you have a interesting shaped space for it to fit into, why not get in touch!? You can reach us by telephone on 01254 680575 or by messaging us via our contact page here.

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