Stufish Entertainment Architects, founded by the late and legendary Mark Fisher, is a recognised leader in permanent, touring and temporary entertainment architecture. Though the studio’s name has evolved over the years, its work has been synonymous with the key theatrical, musical and monumental events that are embedded in the collective memory of generations across the globe since 1977.
Projects includes high profile concert tours for The Rolling Stones, U2, Pink Floyd, Madonna and Lady Gaga. Theatrical designs comprise of the Monty Python Live (mostly) One Down Five To Go show, the West End hit We Will Rock You, a number of Cirque du Soleil projects, and more. TV show credits include the Buckingham Palace Jubilee Concerts for HM the Queen, live shows for the BBC, ITV, MTV and VH1, and four NFL Superbowl halftime shows. Stufish also worked on the opening and closing ceremonies of the Beijing Olympics 2008 and the Asian Games 2010.
Completed permanent projects include the KÀ Theatre at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, the Golden Atrium at the Wynn resort in Macau, the stadium for the 2010 Asian Games in Guangzhou and two purpose built entertainment buildings in China (Han Show Theatre and Wuhan Movie Park) for the Dalian Wanda Group.