The Truck Stage is the largest member of our fleet.  Can cater to almost any form of entertainment and is suitable to audiences of up to 8000 people!  To our knowledge, it is the largest solar-powered mobile stage in the UK.

The Stage Bus is not just another stage, this unique and quirky design can really add character and value to your event.  In short, it’s a stage in a double decker bus!

The Truck Stage Junior is our second largest stage which offers a spacious area suitable for all types of entertainment including dance acts and dramatic arts.

The M Stage is one of our medium size stages.  It offers a wider space than the Camper Stage or Stage Bus suitable for larger acts such as large bands or choirs.

The Camper Stage is our smallest and most cost effective stage, built into an iconic 1971 Ford Transit.  As with our larger stages it can accommodate most forms of entertainment, including a full band.

In addition to our mobile stages we can design and build individual freestanding structures bespoke for your event.

OTHER SERVICES

Looking for something more for your event? Here’s what else we can do… though if there’s anything
else event related you need that you don’t see below then please do still get in touch.

LATEST NEWS

Stay up to date with all the latest news from The Stage Bus and find out about new products and services.

The Stage Bus was feeling excited at Birmingham City Centre.

Phew! That was a busy weekend, but this w/end 22,23rd of July?
All the stages are out this weekend bar The M-Stage as someone's cancelled at the last minute. Aaawwhh, she'll be lonely in the yard!
We're off to; RAF Marham, Stockton, Jimmy's Farm, Kinerton and Regent Street....
See you near a stage somewhere
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6 days ago

The Stage Bus with Andrew Teverson.

Truck Jnr. has new driver.....
Andrew's face makes the picture!
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2 months ago

Truck Jnr. has new driver.....
Andrews face makes the picture!

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2 months ago

Can you tell what it is yet?