What We Have Done

New Stages Limited Achievements

As well as notable award winning buildings like Graeae’s Bradbury Studios in London (opened 2009), and the Belgrade Theatre, Coventry (2007), New Stages has masterminded work on the groundbreaking UK Centre for Carnival Arts in Luton (2009), managed Birmingham Rep’s involvement in the huge Library of Birmingham project (2013) and the many challenges of building on top of a shopping centre at Lyric Hammersmith (2015).  More recent projects include the front-of-house refurbishment at the Roses Theatre in Tewkesbury (2015) and Dance4’s move to new premises in Nottingham (2016).

New clients in the last two years include the

  • Theatre Royal Stratford East, West Yorkshire Playhouse (awarded £6.6m from the Arts Council’s Large Capital Grants Scheme in January 2016) and the
  • Coronet Theatre in Notting Hill.  Other work has been undertaken for
  • Talawa Theatre Company’s Westminster Theatre project, New Wolsey Theatre, Ipswich, the
  • Tricycle Theatre and Sustained TheatreSee individual project pages for more information.

We have worked with a number of top architectural and consultancy firms, including: Stanton Williams, Ash Sakula Architects, Mecanoo, Artillery Architecture and Interior Design, Rick Mather Architects, Maber, Studio Indigo, Aecom, Arcadis, Buro Happold, Buro Four, Adams Kara Taylor, Price and Myers, AppleyardsDWB, Mott McDonald, Pell Frischmann, RYB:Konsult, Michael Popper Associates, Theatreplan, Charcoalblue, All Clear Designs, Arup Acoustics, Paul Gillieron Acoustics, Sandy Brown Associates and many others.

We also have experience of working with a large range of funding bodies, including the Arts Council, Heritage Lottery Fund, local authorities, European Regional Development Fund, Regional Development Agencies and a number of charitable trusts and foundations.  Projects have also involved working in partnership with private developers and commercial organisations.