School Play and Dance School Video Production


We have been professionally filming nursery, school and college plays for over 15 years. Amazingly our prices have not gone up at all in these 15 years.

Many professional production companies now charge upwards of £19 per copy produced! Our prices start at an amazing £10 a copy ordered (minimum of 30 copies per production) and we will use a second camera and operator if a minimum of 50 copies can be guaranteed.

Add to the School Funds


Not only does our production services not cost you school a penny (costs are covered by DVD purchases), we have found that the price point of £10 enables the school to add upto 50% onto the price, without the parents finding the price expensive.

Covering areas around Surrey, Kent, London and the South East.






Production Prices and Options












Standard £10 Pricing

- Broadcast standard filming and equipment

- Plug into audio system - or microphone on stage

- Fast turnaround (often within 24-48 hours!)

- Animated Intro to show

- Printed face on DVD
Guarantee 50 Copies to receive:

- Second camera operator for a tv like production

(Wizard Video charge £21.95 for this and want a minimum of 80 orders!)

All for still only £10 a copy!
Add £3 per copy for:

- Stunning covers and labels

- End credits section, with optional participants photos.




To book your school show filming phone us on 020 8668 0018






School video production



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Dance Video Filming



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School Filming Ballet



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Cameraman School Filming



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Why 2020TV?



Our camera operators are amongst the most experienced in filming live productions in the UK, regularly filming live concerts and events for broadcast. Our cameramen are ideally placed experts in filming stage shows from school concerts & nativity plays to dance school shows.

Filming events of this nature requires experience, as we appreciate that each young performers has their big moment not to be missed and are likely to only be stage for short period of time. We always follow the plot, capturing every performers big moment. Having a second operator therefore enables us to capture tighter shots of the performers without missing any of the storyline.