George Clarke: On a £5k budget, a woman transforms a “tired” horse trailer into a performing stage.

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George Clarke: On a £5k budget, a woman turns a “tired” horse trailer into a performing stage.

This evening, GEORGE CLARKE’S Amazing Spaces returned to honor some of the world’s most extraordinary structures and conversions.

George followed the journey of a woman who turned an old horse trailer into a functional performing stage on a £5,200 budget in the most recent episode of the show.

George Clarke is back tonight to follow the journeys of Britons who are creating their own extraordinary spaces.

To create their own unique spaces and buildings, all people need, according to the architect, is “imagination and determination.”

On a £5,000 budget, Gemma from Cheshire transformed a “tired” horse trailer into an incredible performing stage.

Gemma had been performing in the West End for nearly ten years when the curtain came down on theatres during lockdown, and her career took a turn.

“It’s been a long time since I’ve done anything,” Gemma said.

“There’s nothing quite like seeing a live performance.”

“It’s one of the most enchanted things I’ve ever seen.”

I’ve always performed, and that’s what makes me who I am.”

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Gemma decided to build her own performing stage or “Voice Box” in a horse trailer after an impromptu street performance to commemorate VE Day.

The horse box was a vintage Sinclair horse trailer from the 1980s, which George described as a “rare sight” on UK roads today.

Gemma spent three months and £5,200 on the project, which was just £200 more than she had budgeted for.

“It’s absolutely incredible,” George said of the transformation.

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“I can’t believe how much it’s changed,” he continued.

Gemma was inspired by Bohemian style and lush fabrics from the early twentieth century.

Gemma has managed to pack a lot into the small trailer with the help of her husband Trevor and sister’s boyfriend Ant.

Two performance spaces, a seating area, and a bedroom are all available.

Thanks to Ant’s carpentry skills, the space even included a small kitchen area.

Gemma’s changing area was even defined by fabric draped across the ceiling.

The front ramps have been clad in parquet flooring, which Gemma describes as “heavy.”

The interior is decorated in the style of a 1930s jazz lounge, with ornate soundproof paneling.

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