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The Roger Moore Stage

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Second largest stage on site

One of Pinewood’s newest stages and the second largest on site, The Roger Moore Stage also has adjacent workshops. It is 50 foot high.

On Sunday 15th October, HRH The Countess of Wessex officially opened The Roger Moore Stage, on what would have been Sir Roger Moore's 90th birthday weekend. In celebration of his life, and to honour the man who called Pinewood home for over 40 productions as well as keeping an office here since 1970.

Facility Type Large stage
Length 218 ft (66 m)
Width 178 ft (54 m)
Height 50 ft (15 m)
Area 38,804 sq ft (3,605 sq m)

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