Traditional Marquees


80′ x 40′
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75′ x 30′

Manufactured in house, our traditional canvas marquees create the most stunning backdrop to any event.

Ranging in size from 10ft wide to 40ft wide.  Our traditional marquees use King Poles (which can be imaginatively decorated) to raise the structure majestically from the ground, using a network of guys and ropes to keep it secure.

The design of the canvas marquees ensures that the lengths are interchangeable, so are ideal for the smallest to the largest events.

Our traditional marquees need extra space on site to accommodate the lines and guy ropes, however we would always recommend one to leave a lasting impression on your guests.

Traditional canvas marquees are suitable for the summer season. If you are looking for a winter marquee view our range of frame marquees for hire.


Traditional Marquee Construction at Stansted House

Take a look at the video below to see how a traditional marquee was constructed at one of our recommended wedding venues, Stansted House in Hampshire.

Traditional Marquee Sizes for Hire

Our traditional marquees come in a wide range of sizes from 10 ft, 12 ft, 16 ft, 20 ft, 30 ft and 40 ft wide.

The traditional marquee canvas’ can be of any length to suit your requirements.

We also have round canvas tents in 20 ft and 30 ft available to hire.

To hire a traditional marquee from us just give us a call on 01243 372242 or to pop in and see us, head over to our contact page to find where we live.

Traditional Marquee Interiors

Hiring a traditional canvas marquee gives you a massive choice of interior styles for every occasion and taste.

Beautiful tent linings and stunning marquee lighting can create the perfect atmosphere. Whether your creating an intimate occasion or to showcase your company.

Lewis Marquees can furnish your traditional marquee with everything you need. We can supply tables, chairs, benches, sofas, bars, dance floors in a wide range of styles to complement your scheme.


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Did you know?

Our Traditional Canvas Tents, which are made in house, have been made the same way since the First World War.