After Lethe opens at the Staatstheater Kassel, choreographed by Maxine Doyle.
Photograph: N. Klinger
Natasha Chivers designed the lighting for Headlong's production of 1984 at the Almeida Theatre, in the West End and on tour.
Charlotte Broom choreographs Gemma Arterton in Nell Gwynn at the Apollo Theatre
Photograph: Tristram Kenton (Guardian)
Samal Blak designed the Set and Costume for the Göteborg Opera's production of Hamlet.
Photo: Mats Bäcker
Projected artwork for Lighting the Sails created by 59 Productions commissioned by Vivid LIVE Festival in Sydney.
Jack Murphy presents You Make Me Feel Like Dancing for the BBC.
The Railway Children designed by Joanna Scotcher at King's Cross Station
The Marriage of Figaro directed by Jo Davies for Opera North. Nominated for 'Best Achievement in Opera' at the UK Theatre Awards.
Photo: Clive Bards
Pomona, designed by Georgia Lowe, at the National Theatre.
Photo: Richard Davenport
Paul Smith launch 'A Suit To Travel In' at London Collections:Men directed by Struan Leslie
Treasure Island at the National Theatre designed by Lizzie Clachan, with movement by Jack Murphy.
Photo credit: Johan Persson
wonder.land at the National Theatre, with projections designed by 59 Productions.
The video design for the National Theatre's production of War Horse is by Leo Warner and Mark Grimmer for Fifty Nine Productions. The production is now in the West End at the New London Theatreand Lincoln Centre in New York.
Rhys Jarman has designed The Machine Stops for York Theatre Royal.
Georgia Lowe has designed The Night Watch for the Royal Exchange.
59 Productions have designed the animation and projection for The Shining at the Minnesota Opera.
Natasha Chivers is designing the lighting for The Taming of the Shrew at The Globe.
Critics’ Awards for Theatre in Scotland 2016
Congratulations to Nick Powell for his CATS award nomination for Best Music and Sound on Lanark: A Life In Three Acts
EJ Boyle was the Movement Director on Lanark, which was also nominated for Best Production and Best Technical Presentation.
EJ was also Movement Director on This Restless House. Designed by Colin Richmond, the play received a total of five nominations, including Best Production and Best New Play.
Further congratulations to Jemima Levick, who is nominated for Best Director for Great Expectations.
With lighting by Lizzie Powell, Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour gathers an array of nominations, including Best Production.
Congratulations to all our clients nominated. See the full list here.
Natasha Chivers is designing the lighting for King Lear at the Royal and Derngate and on tour.
Colin Richmond will be designing Pinnochio for The National Ballet of Canada.
Ben Wright is choreographing Boris Godunov at the Royal Opera House
Lizzie Clachan is designing The Truth for the Menier Chocolate Factory.
Olivier Awards 2016
Congratulations to Natasha Chivers on her Olivier Award nomination for Best Lighting Design on Oresteia
59 Productions designed the Projections for Morgen und Abend which is nominated for Best New Opera
Andrzej Goulding designed the video for People, Places and Things which is nominated for Best New Play
Ravi Deepres designed the video for Woolf Works which is nominated for Best New Dance Production
See the full list here
Oliver Fenwick is designing the lighting for Reasons To Be Happy for Hampstead Theatre.
Phil Eddolls has designed The Odyssey for the Mark Bruce Company at Wilton’s Music Hall.
Christine Walmesley-Cotham has designed the Hair and Make-up for BBC3′s 5 part drama Thirteen which is the first programme to air since the channel moved online. It can also be viewed on BBC2 Sundays at 10pm.
Chahine Yavroyan has designed the lighting for Monster Raving Loony at Theatre Royal Plymouth
★★★★ in What’s On Stage “Ayse Tashkiran’s choreography, juddering and stomping, sends shudders through the space”
Helen Goddard is designing the forthcoming production of The Alchemist
Laura Cubitt is Puppetry Co-Director on Don Quixote
The Shakespeare’s Globe production of Nell Gwynn transfers to the Apollo Theatre in the West End, with movement by Charlotte Broom
The Royal Ballet are staging three one act ballets by choreographer Christopher Wheeldon. Natasha Chivers is designing the lighting for the world premiere of Strapless, and 59 Productions are designing the lighting and video for Within the Golden Hour and the lighting for After The Rain.
Lizzie Powell is designing the lighting for Endgame at the Citizens Theatre, Glasgow and HOME, Manchester
Oliver Fenwick has designed the lighting for Red Velvet in the West End starring Adrian Lester.
Lizzie Clachan is designing Cyprus Avenue for the Royal Court.
Manchester Theatre Awards
The Rolling Stone, designed by Joanna Scotcher has won the award for Best New Play.
The 39 Steps is touring the UK after it’s successful 9 year run at the Criterion Theatre, lighting is designed by Ian Scott.
Chtty Chitty Bang Bang has opened at West Yorkshire Playhouse, directed by James Brining
Jack Murphy has choreographed the feature film Victor Frankenstein, starring Daniel Radcliffe and James McAvoy, out in cinemas now.
59 Productions have designed the Video and Projections for Damon Albarn, Rufus Norris and Moira Buffini’s new musical wonder.land, a co-production between Manchester International Festival and the National Theatre.
Maxine Doyle is creating the movement for Evening at the Talk House which opens in the Dorfman Theatre in November.
Pomona, designed by Georgia Lowe, has transferred to the Temporary Theatre at the National with rave reviews. The production moves to the Royal Exchange in October.
Lizzie Clachan has designed As You Like It for the Olivier Theatre.
Andrzej Goulding has designed the video for People, Places and Things in the Dorfman Theatre which has received 5 star reviews from the Evening Standard and The Stage.
Andrzej Goulding has designed the video for 1984 for Northern Ballet
59 Productions have designed the Projections for An American in Paris on Broadway
59 Productions have designed the video for the 25th Anniversary production of Les Misérables which has played the UK, around the world and is now on Broadway.
The National Theatre’s War Horse, has just opened at the Lincoln Centre, New York and continues it’s record breaking run at the New London Theatre in the West End. The production’s video design is by Leo Warner and Mark Grimmer and Lysander Ashton for 59 Productions. See the new making-of video here.
The New York show was nominated for 5 Tony Awards including scenic design.
The entire creative team were awarded a special Drama Desk Award for their ‘thrilling stagecraft’.