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Leading UK provider of projection screens, stage curtains and acoustic solutions.
Leading UK provider of projection screens, stage curtains and acoustic solutions.
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A Camstage Ltd. crew recently worked at Bangor University in Bangor, Gwynedd UK. The crew replaced a roll screen in a tech-savvy PJ Hall. The crew -- Edward Long, Benjamin Lewis, Scott Vale and Alan Ward -- attached the screen to arms that take it up and down from the stage floor.

The screen, from the Czech Republic, makes the hall multi-functional once more.

Many generations of students have sat exams, danced or attended graduation ceremonies in PJ Hall, which also has a long tradition of providing musical entertainment for northwest
Wales.

Camstage is a leading supplier and installer for the UK's stage and screen needs.

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Vue Cinema in London's West End needed all screens working for tonight's preview of Anchorman 2. Camstage Ltd. fit the unexpected job in today and fixed a high-fidelity drive for a speaker behind the screen. That meant everyone walking the carpet into the premiere event would hear the movie. The West End Vue kicked off eight days of special events related to the film with the screening.
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BREAKING (Good) NEWS -- Newsman Ron Burgandy (Will Ferrell) just  announced that Camstage Ltd. did a super job saving the Anchorman 2 premiere tonight at the Vue in London's West End.

Camstage's Alan Ward and Franco Camastra answered the emergency repair call to fix a high-frequency driver for a speaker at the Vue. Vue Cinema staff needed 7 of the 9 screening rooms. Camstage's emergency service is available 24/7.

http://www.camstage.com/spares-maintenance-emergency-repairs
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 Ipswich School rehires Camstage for CamStyle™ acoustic panels, 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 needs. At Ipswich, Camstage has helped the independent school fulfil its mission of creating a nurturing environment for students age 3 to 18 in four stages. The first stage, in 2012, had Camstage installing stage curtains. That was followed by more curtains for the Rushmere Sports Centre which Ipswich took over in September 2012.

Work in the main hall stage and main hall entrance lobby  included installation of Main tabs and valance 9.5m wide in the Hall, Window curtains 9m wide and door curtains and 7m wide Track in the lobby.

CamStyle acoustic panels perfect at Ipswich

Then in the summer of 2013, Camstage crews returned to put up new curtains and CamStyle™ acoustic wall panels in a major remodelling of an assembly hall.

The panels are offered in a wide range of colours. The quick-to-assemble panels also adapt easily to renovation needs and are good for the environmentally aware like Ipswich.

Camstage fits into clients' calendar

Fourth stage was curtain tracks, curtains and linings in five classrooms. This time, crews were able to install curtains that matched one of the school colours. This time the work took place during the school year.

Crews were careful to work around the students' schedules, installing new tracks and 11 sets of Oxford blue curtains and matching linings in five classrooms. All adhered to a tight timetable to ensure no classroom face-to-face time was lost.

Ipswich already has arranged for Camstage to return for another project in spring 2014.

Ipswich school is a co-educational and boarding school which can trace its senior school start to 600 years ago. The newest school is its nursery facility.

Camstage was formed in 1989 and is known as a leading UK supplier to the cinema and theatre industries. Products include projection screens, stage curtains and acoustic wall panels needed in cinemas, theatres, places of worship, crematoriums, educational facilities, home cinemas and other venues. Services include design, installation and maintenance.

Email us info@camstage.com or call +44(0) 1727 830151 for more information.
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There's a slight chance Camstage Ltd. made a cameo appearance in a New Zealand band's video while working at Koko, a live-music venue in Camden Town, London, UK.

A mishap in scheduling meant the band and Camstage briefly shared the stage. 

Kiel Camastra, caught cleaning a screen at the front of the stage at Koko, Alex Rios and the rest of the crew did its best to stay off camera. The crew also replaced a screen at the back of the stage.

Camstage, a leading UK cinema and theatre supplier and installer, also does safety inspections, cleaning, repairs and other services by contract or on call for emergencies.
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Movie-watchers can hear better now in all screening rooms at the Vue Leeds Light, a cinema in The Light Shopping Centre on The Headrow.

Ben Jones and Scott Vale, both from Camstage Ltd., put in new speakers and serviced speakers In the  14-screen cinema with 2,834 seats. Camstage was called to fix one speaker. Then the crew discovered and fixed more problems while checking sound systems at the cinema. The two employees will finish the repairs next week.

Camstage can do it all -- or find the right partner -- for all the needs of new and old cinemas.
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shhhh. Don't tell a soul that Camstage Ltd. just finished two hush-hush jobs.
 A crew returned to Woking, Surrey, -- you know where McLaren’s headquarters are. We can't say much yet. But this time we did work that car buyers, not Formula 1 race drivers, will appreciate. More to come when the news is unveiled at a press conference.
 Secrecy surrounds a second job. Camstage can't even say where or for whom.
 But this job reminded the crew of the cinema we helped install at JP Getty's exclusive private home.
 This time a multimillionaire sought us out, saying he only wanted the best in his new house and that meant Camstage.
 Camstage crews installed an acoustic ceiling in his home cinema/pool table room.
 He wanted the best so we used ClothGrip Acoustic Wall Systems, which also works equally well on ceilings. The picture shows the product in chocolate brown. LED lights will highlight the perimeter. Learn more about ClothGrip on our product website at http://stage-shop.com/acoustic-panel-components.
 Wish we could tell you more but Camstage is good at keeping secrets.
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Camstage Ltd. was called to
the Bedford Crematorium, which had a curtain system with erratic behaviour. The old system is not in production any more and parts are unavailable even though the system needed a major refurbishment.

Camstage supplies many crematoriums with curtains and tracks as well as service contracts.

In Bedford, Camstage adapted the tracks with pulleys and cable diversion. Camstage found a solution to make this work while the crematorium awaits funding for a new system.

Camstage shares information about Bedford on its website. Also there's information about potential uses for projection screens at funeral homes and crematoriums. http://www.camstage.com/latest-news/camastage-solves-crematoriums-curtain-problem


Camstage was formed in 1989 and is known as a leading UK supplier to the cinema and theatre industries. Products include projection screens, stage curtains and acoustic wall panels needed in cinemas, theatres, churches, crematoriums, educational facilities and other venues. Services include design, installation and maintenance.
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Camstage Ltd.'s last-minute save today meant comic Jeremy Hardy went on at Farnham Maltings. A 4 p.m. call sent Camstage up the road to the Farnham Maltings, a creative arts center, to fix a screen cable that snapped as crews were preparing for Hardy's sold-out, one-night only show. The show started in four hours, doors opening 30 minutes before that 

Camstage was able to fix the cable for the large-format Denham roller screen, finishing 15 minutes before the doors were to open. The stage crew finished its preparations as Camstage finished two hours after starting the job.

Camstage is one of the few UK companies able to fix or install large format roller screens. At the Farnham, the Denham screen is near the front of the stage so it had to be fixed before the show. Today was the first break of the screen, since it was installed in 1992, according to the theater.
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