Festival Folly

 

Folly [fol-ee] 

1. the state or quality of being foolish; lack of understanding or sense. 
2. Architecture. a whimsical or extravagant structure built to serve as a        conversation piece, lend interest to a view, commemorate a person or event

3. follies, a theatrical revue.

 

"In architecture, a folly is an extravagant, frivolous or fanciful building, designed more for artistic expression than for practicality. "Folly" is used in the sense of foolishness, fun or light-heartedness."
 

The Festival Folly is a steel based structure beautifully designed for musical and creative performances. Available to hire for all sizes & types of events around the year. It is available on its own as a structure or fully kitted out out with sound system, lighting, decor and deckchairs. We can even program and manage the stage as well with our professional staff and crew. The stage performance space is 4.8 m x 3.6m with the actual foot print being 1.6m deeper. Exact dimentions are in the gallery.

 

The stage has travelled all over the country and can also be taken into Europe and beyond. 

 

As well as the Festival Folly, we have two other unique structures, the Folk Show and the Nuvella Theatre.


We can also provide a 'one-off' stage, designed specifically to your specification for any themed event: your stage exactly as you imagine it!

 

Stage hire prices start at £1150 

 

Contact us for further info.

© 2015 by  ZOE SPARKLE - Fully Insured with PLI

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