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The Comeuppance

Natasha Chivers is the lighting designer for The Comeuppance. The UK premiere of Branden Jacobs-Jenkins‘ new satire is showing at the Almeida until the 18th May.

Woolf Works

Ravi Deepres is the Film Designer for Woolf Works. The American premiere of the work is being performed by the American Ballet Theatre at the Segerstrom Centre.  The three-act ballet is choreographed by Wayne McGregor, and scored by Max Richter.

The Pull of the Stars

Alyson Cummins is the Set designer for The Pull of the Stars. The stage adaptation of Emma Donoghue’s bestselling novel, is showing at the Gate Theatre Dublin.

Underdog: The Other Other Brontë

Grace Smart is the designer for Underdog: The Other Other Brontë, showing at the Dorfman, National Theatre.


The Children

Struan Leslie is the Movement Director and Intimacy Coordinator for The Children, by Lucy Kirkwood. The revival opened last night at the Nottingham Playhouse
★★★★ The Stage


Don’t. Make. Tea.

Grant Anderson is the Lighting Designer for Don’t. Make. Tea. The production from Birds of Paradise in association with Traverse Theatre, is touring around the UK throughout March and April.

Critic’s Circle Awards

59 Production (and Miriam Buether) have won the award for ‘Best Designer’ at this year’s Critics’ Circle Awards for their work on Stranger Things: The First Shadow

Kiss Marry Kill

Ayse Tashkiran is the Movement Director for Kiss Marry Kill, which is embarking on it’s UK tour in April and May.


Faith Healer

Colin Richmond is the Set and Costume Designer for Faith Healer, showing at the Lyric Hammersmith.
★★★★ The Stage, The Financial Times, Evening Standard, Time Out


15 Minutes – The Beauty Of It All

Maxine Doyle is the Creator and Choreographer of 15 Minutes, one third of the programme for The Beauty of It All, performed by The Nederlands Dans Theatre 2 Company.
The work marks her debut with company, and is currently touring around the Netherlands.


59 PRODUCTIONS are the Video Designers for Corruption. The new Play by J.T. Rogers, is showing at the Lincoln Center Theatre until the 14th April.

The Merry Widow

Liam Steel is the Director for The Merry Widow, which is currently showing at the Britten Theatre, at the Royal College of Music.

Olivier Award Nomimations

Stranger Things: The First Shadow was nominated for Best Set Design as well as Best Entertainment, with Video Design by 59 Productions (and set design by Miriam Buether).
The Little Big Things was nominated for Best New Musical, with designs by Colin Richmond
The Hills of California was nominated for Best New Play, with Lighting Design by Natasha Chivers, and Composition and Sound Design by Nick Powell
Till the Stars Come Down was nominated for Best New Play, Designed by Samal Blak
Groundhog Day was nominated for Best Musical Revival, with Video and Animation Design by Andrzej Goulding 
Blue (ENO) was nominated for Best New Opera, with video designs by Ravi Deepres
The House with Chicken Legs was nominated for Best Family Show with Video Design by Nina Dunn for PixelLux
Dinosaur World Live, was also nominated for Best Family Show, co-directed by Laura Cubitt (and Derek Bond) 

The Crucible

Georgia Lowe is the Designer for The Crucible. The play opened last night at the Sheffield Crucible, with some great reviews already coming in ‘Fiercely exciting and full of modern parallels’ ★★★★ The Times


Jennifer Jacksons is the Choreographer and Movement Director in Work It Out, showing at HOME, Manchester.
‘This is a fulfilling evening, not least for Jennifer Jackson’s stunning movement direction.’ Guardian ★★★★.


Artist Takeover – Factory International

Jennifer Jackson is one third of the Artist Takeover of Aviva Studio, Factory International in Manchester.  Read more here visit this link.

The Castle of Joy

Samal Blak is the Set and Costume Designer for The Castle of Joy. Showing at the Barbican this weekend.


Richard Howell is the Lighting Designer for Nachtland. The satire written by Marius Von Mayenburg is showing at the Young Vic.

My Beautiful Laundrette

Grace Smart is the Set and Costume Designer for My Beautiful Laundrette. After a successful run in 2019, the production has reopened at the Curve, Leicester

Samal Blak – Theatre Weekly

Set and Costume Designer Samal Blak was interviewed by Theatre Weekly about his current work and career.
Read the article here


King Lear

Merle Hensel is the Set Designer for King Lear. Directed by Yaël Farber, the new adaptation is now showing at the Almeida.
★★★★ “One of the best Shakespeares I’ve ever seen” – The Times


Just For One Day

Andrzej Goulding is the Video and Animation Designer for Just For One Day. The Live Aid Musical is showing at the Old Vic until the end of March.


The Almeida Theatre have announced their 2024 Season. Natasha Chivers is the Lighting Designer for the Comeuppance, showing April and May later this year.

WOS Awards

Congratulations to all the Nominees and Winners of the What’s on Stage Awards!
…to the Cast and Crew of The Lord of the Rings (Watermill Theatre) for winning best Regional Production, with Choreography by Anjali Mehra
…to the Cast and Crew of Flowers for Mrs Harris (Riverside Studios) for winning Best Off-West End Production, with movement direction by Anjali Mehra
…And to the Cast of Crew of Stranger Things: the First Shadow for winning best new Play, with Video Design by 59 Productions


A Midsummer Night’s Dream

Gary McCann is the Designer of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, a Teatro Carlo Felice and Royal Opera Oman Co-Production, showing at the Royal Opera House Muscat.

The Little Foxes

It was just announced that Lizzie Clachan will be designing The Little Foxes. The new staging, by Olivier Award-winning director Lyndsey Turner, is showing at the Young Vic at the End of this year.

The Hills of California

Nick Powell is the Composer, Sound Designer and Arranger, and Natasha Chivers is the Lighting Designer, for The Hills of California. The new play by Jez Butterworth opened at the Harold Pinter Theatre last night.
★ ★ ★ ★ ★ The Stage, The Financial Times

Ground Hog Day – Australia

Andrzej Goulding is the Video and Animation Designer for Ground Hog Day, which transferred to the Princess Theatre, Melbourne.

The Handmaid’s Tale

Anjali Mehra is the movement director for the revival of The Hand Maids Tale. After a successful run in 2022, the Opera returns to the London Coliseum throughout February with the English National Opera.

A Mirror – West End

Nick Powell is the Composer and Sound Designer for A Mirror. The play opened last night at Trafalgar Theatre after a successful run at the Almeida Theatre.


Anna Watson is the Candlelight designer for Othello, directed by Ola Ince. The play is showing at the Sam Wanamaker Theatre until mid April.

Til the Stars Come Down

Samal Blak is the Set and Costume Designer for Til the Stars Come Down, at the National, Dorfman Theatre.
★★★★★ Telegraph


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