Item #ES2525

London Rooftops

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Condition
Item Number
22'6h x 50'w
A
S2567
22'6h x 50'w
A
ES2566
22'h x 50'w
A
ES2539
22'h x 50'w
A
ES2367
11'4h x 39'w
A
ES2525
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Whether you want to portray the view from Wendy’s window in Peter Pan, from the Banks family’s Cherry Tree Lane home in Mary Poppins, or from the dismal workhouse in Oliver!, our London Rooftops backdrop will help you create a convincing London-themed stage design. The backdrop design depicts an early evening view of the rooftops of Victorian-era terraced houses in the British Capital. Numerous flue gas chimneys are visible, and the spires of distant churches and other buildings can be seen as well. Between the brick-and-mortar homes are trees whose canopies also reach the rooftops. Light can be seen shining from the windows of the houses. Rent this backdrop today for your stage production or event. You can use the form provided on this page to check the product’s availability, or you can call us if you need any assistance. Our consultants are prepared to help you. Keywords: backdrop, backdrops, backdrop design, Oliver, My Fair Lady, Jekyll and Hyde, Les Miserables, Moulin Rouge, Peter Pan, Scrooge, London, Mary Poppins