Heavy Stage Satin

Heavy Stage Satin is perfect if you’re looking for a fabric that adds a glossy shine to the surface or can change how it appears to an audience through different lighting filters.

Heavy Stage Satin Fabrics


Satin is a fabric that is widely recognised by its shiny surface and smooth back. It’d origins date back to the Middle Ages, where it was commonly used by the upper class as it was produced from silk which made it expensive. For theatrical purposes, Heavy Stage Satin fabric is a popular Satin choice as its glossy surface characterises the fabric, adding to the aesthetic of any venue.

We stock Heavy Stage Satin in either silver or gold and both of these are highly adaptable, and look fantastic, as by using different lighting techniques and filters you can change how they appear to an audience. John Mayer is a fine example of this, as his silver Satin backdrop at his Nokia theatre performance actually appeared blue and purple and red and pink because of the lighting. In theatre, dance and stage performances this adaptability is perfect for changing scenes or emphasising a scenario.

  • 100% Viscose 248gm/sqm
  • Conforms to BS5867 Part2:B before wetting
  • Non Durable FR should be treated to meet flammability requirements if for any reason the fabric becomes wet
  • Dry Clean Only
  • Shade cards available on request

To find out more information about our Heavy Stage Satin or and of our other stage fabrics then give us a call or fill out our contact form and we will be in touch.

Silver- STG10 Width: 150cm/59.1″

Gold- STG10 Width: 150cm/59.1″

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The length across from left to right when the fabric is flat.
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Fabric can be flat or have fullness. Fabric fullness is the extra fabric that covers the width of a curtain pole, offering a pleated, gathered effect. (Flat 0%, box pleats 50-100%)
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