DSH Scenery Build provides an extensive range of scenery construction, painting and stage production services. Working with touring theatre companies, set designers, production managers and prestigious theatres such as Cambridge Arts Theatre, and the Watermill theatre near Newbury. DSH has more than 25 years’ experience in set construction and:
Conveniently based in West Oxfordshire, the company’s workshop is easily accessed by road and rail, making DSH the obvious scenery construction company for production companies and theatres in London, the Midlands, and the South of England.
Traditional Wood and Steel Scenery for the Stage and Screen
DSH works in both wood and steel for maximum flexibility. They favour the traditional timber construction method of mortised and tenoned frames blending this with modern techniques as required. Steel fabrication and engineering is also completed on the premises. DSH will adjust their methods and materials to suit all budgets and requirements.
DSH have a 40′ step frame trailer and alongside a local haulage company with whom they have worked closely for two decades, can arrange delivery if required, and will hand over the set once it is fully installed in the venue.
Visit the DSH workshop
Visits from set designers and production managers are welcomed at the DSH central workshop in Oxfordshire.
A full delivery and on- site set construction and stage carpentry service is offered with David Holland available to handle all your stage scenery ‘in and outs’.
If you are looking for creative and highly skilled set construction and set painting specialists, contact DSH today on 07889 362508. If you prefer to send an email, one of the DSH scenery construction and scenic painting team will call you back.
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