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Scenery Build © 2010 - DSH Carpentry & Design Ltd
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Call DSH for more about Scenery Build’s services.
07875 006794
or
07889 362508
The DSH workshops are centrally located in the heart of England, with excellent road, rail and plane communications with the UK and Europe.
DSH Pantomime Set Hire
Looking for stunning panto sets? Then look no further. With a range of sets and scenery designed by some of pantomine's greatest names, you'll find a wealth of choice with DSH Pantomime sets hire.
Choose from ready-made sets and a dazzling array of props, or commission your own panto set. Visit the pantomime page for full details and images.
Stage Set and Scenery Painting

Sarah Holland is DSH’s accomplished and experienced scenic artist. Working with a wide range of paints and materials, Sarah creates authentic backgrounds to meet your set designer’s specifications and the production’s finish and budget requirements.

Sarah works with your set designer throughout the commission. This ensures your stage sets and scenery are painted to the highest and most exacting standards.

Cloth painting commissions

Cloth painting commissions are taken independently from the hard scenery. Sarah doesn’t specialise, working in styles and with dyes and paints depending on the required effect.

For more information on DSH’s scenery painting service, phone Sarah Holland on 07875 006794 or alternatively, email your stage scenery painting enquiry here.

Scenery Build built and painted Dangerous Obsession at the Bath Theatre Royal
Scene from Dangerous Obsession
Dangerous Obsession was designed for the Bath Theatre Royal by Grant Hicks, and it subsequently went on a national tour.
The biggest challenge with this project was the terra cotta floor, which was an entirely two dimensional paint effect.
The detailed picture of the terra cotta floor on the left, shows just what Sarah can achieve.
Sarah Holland's painted terra cotta floor - Scenery Build's scenic artist