Universities and Schools
What can we do for you
We supply staging equipment to dozens of schools and universities across the UK. By renting or purchasing equipment from us you are dealing directly with the manufacturer, which means there is no middle-man and no unnecessary mark up. We can offer you our full range of 70+ shapes and sizes of high end aluminium stages, or we can custom make a stage, perfectly suited to your venue.
Why choose us
Professional company with over 35 years of experience
Our lightweight aluminium stages are designed for quick set up with unique features such as quick adjustable legs and our proprietary deck joiners. This allows us to erect and dismantle our structures much faster compared to standard steel stages.
Our range of 70+ shapes (including rectangle, circular, wedges and triangles) allows us to design stages and platforms that are only limited by your imagination
A strong back office with dedicated account managers, in-house CAD design team, and a technical department
Our key offering for Universities & Schools:
Tiered platforms for photographic shoots
Tiered audience platforms for shows and sports events
Stage sales and rentals for plays and concerts
Domed canopy stages
Front of stage barriers
We have worked with some of the world’s biggest brands such as:
We are a professional company with over 35 years of experience working with the UK’s leading theatres and music venues. We have a strong back office with dedicated account managers, in house CAD design team, and a highly experienced technical department with our own manufacturing capabilities.
Schools and universities often do not have the experience that professional event producers have. This is where we work with you, providing not only the equipment but the knowhow and design capabilities to make your dreams become a reality. We have a saying at Alistage that with our wide range of modular equipment and years of experience, the design is limited only by your imagination.
BBC - Boom Box Stage
Building a uniquely shaped stage, on wheels, that can be broken down into three parts for live dancers on the BBC show Let It Shine
The Boat Race
TV filming and interview platform on the bank of River Thames – uneven surface and race against the tide