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Curtain up for Bicester school's new Revostage

Bure Park Primary School has invested in future performances in the form of a new stage from Panel Systems

Posted by Julian Owen | March 22, 2018 | Interiors

Bure Park Primary School in Bicester, Oxfordshire, has invested in making its stage performances “bigger and better than ever” with a 16m2 Revostage system from Panel Systems. 

Kate Pritchard, Foundation Stage Co-ordinator at Bure Park Primary School, said: “Our previous staging system did not lock together and was very heavy to move and assemble. One of the parents recommended Revostage and we were impressed how lightweight it was and easy to assemble. We also liked the fact it locks together securely, so minimises any safety risks. We carry out a number of performances every year and this staging system will make a huge difference.” 

Revostage features a modular design, combining a patented telescopic riser support and a structural stage platform. The two elements incorporate a unique fixing system to enable the stage to be erected with the use of an Allen key.  

For more information or an online demonstration, visit www.revostage.co.uk.

 

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