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Large Posters Make Your Promotions Unmissable

There’s nothing like a giant poster for capturing the attention of passers-by. We can help your business’ most enticing promotions come to life with our expert large poster printing service.

There are many reasons why we are the best choice for your large poster requirements. Firstly, we offer state of the art printing equipment and skilled technicians. Plus, we have built up a huge wealth of experience designing all manner of posters to help you stand out from your competitors.

Our design team have worked with a wide variety of businesses up and down the UK. They will help you to ensure that your large poster prints deliver high impact messages, which your audience cannot miss!

Types of Large Poster Prints

Theatres posters

We are proud to serve theatre venues across the UK with our large poster production service. We create premium quality life-size posters in the most popular dimensions, such as 6-sheet, 4-sheet, double royal and double crown. We are trusted by most major theatres and promotors across the country to deliver a high quality product, on time, every time!

Custom size posters

With our custom size poster printing service, the sky is the limit! Simply tell us the bespoke dimensions you need to meet your brief and we'll give you a highly competitive price and superior finish on your end product.

A-Size posters

Need a large poster in a specific A-size? We can print your designs in full colour onto the most popular sizes, such as A0, A1, A2 and A3. These are ideal if you require large posters to fit into a certain size snap frame.

Large Poster Material

At Adverset Display, we insist on using only the very best paper and inks in order to deliver large posters of the utmost quality. We will always aim to exceed the expectations of our customers with the finished product.

Poster paper

We have four main paper types that we use for printing your large format prints. The paper we recommend will depend on the size of your giant poster and the location it will be displayed. The paper types include:

  • 170g Blue back silk poster paper –this specialist silk finish paper is ideal for billboarding, hanging or encasing.
  • 170g white back silk poster paper – this is a robust all-round option designed for indoor use.
  • 220g gloss or silk poster photobase paper – this offers the ultimate image quality with a thicker photographic paper.
  • 180mic waterproof polyprop ideal for use within A boards or for continued outdoor promotions and locations. High quality, durable and very cost effective.


All of the inks that we use to produce your large posters are latex or solvent based. Because of the high quality  ink we use, your large poster prints are guaranteed against fade for up to 5 years.


In order to further enhance the durability of your large posters, we can offer an additional lamination treatment to your designs. This results in a classy gloss or matt finish.

Large Poster Printing FAQs

How large are your A-size posters?

A0 posters are the largest A-size poster we produce. They are 840mm wide by 1188mm high. A1 posters measure 594mm by 840mm and the dimensions of an A2 poster are 420mm x 594mm. The smallest a-size posters we offer are A3 posters, which come in at 297mm x 420mm.

How much does it cost to print a large poster?

The cost of our giant posters is dependent on a number of factors. Firstly, the quantity and size of posters required will impact the price, as will any additional requirements for lamination. As standard, we offer A-size posters from as little as £1.35 per poster. Our theatres posters start at £3.44 per poster and custom size posters are available can be ordered from as little as £1 per poster.

What is the largest size poster you can print?

There is no limit to the poster size we can produce. However, the biggest individual sheet of paper we can print on is 1.5 metres by 10 metres . So any designs exceeding this measurement will need to be produced in separate pieces and then joined together when displayed (not uncommon when used on billboards etc).