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Jack Murphy has recently worked with David Suchet as movement director for The Importance of Being Earnest. The production recently toured the UK and has opened to great reviews in the West End. Read the Guardian’s 4 Star review here.

Jack is also creating the movement for Splendour at the Donmar Warehouse and She Stoops To Conquer at Theatre Royal Bath.


Helpmann Awards, Australia 2015

Gary McCann has been nominated for Best Costume Design for his work on Faramondo at Brisbane Baroque.

Dan Potra is nominated for Best Scenic Design for The Perfect American.


Liam Steel is directing Albert Herring for the Royal College of Music


Oliver Fenwick has designed the lighting for The Motherf**ker With The Hat at the National Theatre.

Lizzie Clachan has designed The Beaux’ Stratagem also at the National.


Nina Dunn has designed the video for The Hook at the Royal & Derngate with movement by Struan Leslie


Tony Awards 2015

Congratulations to 59 Productions who have won a Tony Award for ‘Best Scenic Design of a Musical’ alongside Bob Crowley for An American in Paris. 

See the full list of winners here.


Liam Steel has directed (alongside Timothy Sheader) Peter Pan at Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, with music and sound score by Nick Powell.

Charlotte Broom is creating the movement for The Seagull.

Lord of The Flies returns to the theatre in September, co-directed by Liam Steel and with music composed by Nick Powell.


Colin Richmond has designed The Rise and Fall of Little Voice for Birmingham Rep.


Colin Richmond is designing Yer Granny for National Theatre of Scotland, with music composed by Mark Melville.


Ravi Deepres has designed the film for the Royal Ballet Company’s production of Woolf Works at the Royal Opera House. The production received 5 stars in the Guardian.


59 Productions have designed the Projections for An American in Paris on Broadway


Timothy Bird is designing the video for The Hudsucker Proxy, a co-production by Nuffield Theatre, Southampton and Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse.


Mark Murphy has directed the Capturing the Flame Ceremony for the inaugural European Games in Baku, Azerbaijan. The ceremony was designed by Joanna Scotcher and choreographed by EJ Boyle.


Oliver Fenwick has designed the lighting for The Vote at the Donmar Warehouse.


Lizzie Powell has designed the lighting for Violence and Son at the Royal Court with music and sound design by Mark Melville.


Wolf Hall and Bring Up The Bodies has transferred to Broadway, Nick Powell is Sound Designer

59 Productions are designing the Video and Projections for Damon Albarn’s new musical, a co-production between Manchester International Festival and the National Theatre.


Lizzie Clachan is designing The Striker, a Manchester International Festival and Royal Exchange co-production opening this summer.


Karen Gillingham is directing Magna Carta – The Freedom Game, a community opera for Surrey Arts to be performed at the Royal Albert Hall on 12th May 2015. See here for more information.


Congratulations to Signe Beckmann on winning Best Set Designer at this year’s Offies for Theatre 503′s production of A Handful of Stars


59 Productions have designed the video for Game at the Almeida Theatre

Lizzie Clachan is designing set and costume for Carmen Disruption and Natasha Chivers is designing the lighting for Oresteia



Joanna Scotcher has designed The Railway Children at Kings Cross Station


Christine Walmesley-Cotham designed the Hair & Make-up for the feature film Testament of Youth produced by Heyday Films and BBC Films, in cinemas nationwide. See the trailer here.


Struan Leslie has directed the launch of Paul Smith’s ‘A Suit To Travel In’ at the London Collections: Men in collaboration with the National Centre For Circus Arts. See the video highlights here.


Hedwig and The Angry Inch, featuring Set Design by Julian Crouch and Projections by 59 Productions has opened on Broadway.


Ian Scott is the lighting designer for The 39 Steps at the Criterion Theatre.


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’.