Rocket Scenery | Get to Know Us
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Get to Know Us

Scenic Construction

What We Do

Since Rocket Scenery Ltd was first launched in 1999, we’ve developed a reputation for high-quality, beautifully finished theatre scenery. Based near the city centre of Nottingham, our 2475 sq metres of workshops have seen the creation of sets for theatres up and down the UK and overseas.

We aim to make every production design and build period as stress-free as we can. We employ a team of experienced draughtsmen, metalworkers, scenic carpenters and scenic artists dedicated to achieving the most exacting of design demands.

CAD Drawing

Our draughtsman work with designers and production managers to realise designs and resolve staging challenges.

Metal Shop

With more and more scenery being made from steel and aluminium, Rocket Scenery have an expanded metal shop to facilitate the construction of accurate, robust scenic elements.

Wood Shop

Whether making traditional flattage, carving sculptural elements or using non-conventional materials our team of scenic carpenters work with accuracy to realise the designer’s vision.

Paint Shop

Equipped with paint frame and two dedicated paint areas, our highly skilled scenic artists collaborate with the designers to create beautifully finished work.


Crunch time! We understand the importance of a smooth and on schedule fit up period and work with production managers to bring the show to opening night.

Touring Goods

Rocket’s service and commitment does not stop when the scenery leaves the workshops. We can supply a range of touring goods to support shows as they travel the world...

Pride and Passion

We pride ourselves on our unique approach to scenic construction. We consider not only the aesthetics of what audiences see but we also relish the challenge of the varying technical and practical challenges. Bringing these two aspects together ensures a quality product that meets the needs of those front of stage, on stage and backstage.