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Backdrop material for musicals

Discussion in 'Drama and performing arts' started by anon4561, Feb 7, 2011.

  1. Just about to put on my first musical this year.....what sort of material do you use for backdrops?! It will be painted by our art students...what sort of paint do you use? Sorry! Never done one before!
     
  2. Just about to put on my first musical this year.....what sort of material do you use for backdrops?! It will be painted by our art students...what sort of paint do you use? Sorry! Never done one before!
     
  3. Whatever you use, don't forget to fireproof it.
    Buy Taim or make your own:


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    282 gms Borax

    225 gms Boracic Acid

    4.5 ltrs water
     
  4. 282 gms Borax

    225 gms Boracic Acid

    4.5 ltrs water
     
  5. Best to buy ready flameproofed.
    Whalleys of Bradford will supply your every need. They're helpful if you phone them up and they have a good postal service.
    http://www.whaleys-bradford.ltd.uk/
    You can paint with emulsion or acryclic as long as the fabric is flameproofed.
     

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