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The first reviews are in for #REPPeterPan💫 ★★★★ “A fine version relevant to today’s audience” @TheReviewsHub ★★★★ “An entertaining and thoughtful reimagining" @StageTalkMag “Brilliant and totally different” Solihull Mom Adventures Ends 19 Jan
So proud to have been a part of this amazing company
✨ Magical snaps from The Lost Thing, The Royal Opera's new co-production with @candocodance This enchanting show tells the story of a boy who helps a lost thing find its way home 🌟 Tickets start at £7 - book here: #ROHlostthing
"The show is beautifully designed by @RhysJarman, from small flourishes like the illuminated umbrellas to a breath-taking giant reindeer" @TheStage review for The Snow Queen, running @northernstage
"Jo Davies’ bustling production doesn’t put a foot wrong" 4* from @TheStage for @rxtheatre's Gypsy!
Great review for Liam Steel’s @LSteel_Theatre reimagined Peter Pan @BirminghamRep
We’re delighted to be co-producing with @CurveLeicester and @QueensTheatreH on @FrancesPoet's new play Maggie May, originally commissioned as part of our #EveryThirdMinute festival of theatre, dementia and hope. Directed by @jemimalevick 🎟️
We are alive and we are kicking!!
We might be a bit Shakespearean, but there's nothing old school about @andrzejgoulding's video design in #AndJuliet! Andrzej brings all his creative energy to our show & we hope you love it as much as we do. Vote for him in the #WOSAwards here:
Giri/Haji, episode 8 review: only this bewitching thriller would mix a bloody climax with a balletic dance sequence
Huge congratulation to Jo Davies on the triuphant opening of Gypsy which she directed for @rxtheatre Just glorious!! The amazingly talented cast and team pulled out all the stops!
Caught a sneak peak of The Lost Thing @RoyalOperaHouse last night with direction and choreography from @bgroupdance and animation from Douglas O’Connell and is a beautiful, inspiring show - congratulations all!
A busy night for polymath Liam Steel @LSteel_Theatre - not content with choreographing a prime time TV drama #GiriHaji he also opens his radical reinterpretation of Peter Pan @BirminghamRep which he directed and co-adapted. I was thrilled to see it last night - it's a treat.
Tonight, 9pm on BBC2, the final episiode of the extraordinary #GiriHaji featuring a jaw droppingly gorgeous movement sequence lovingly choreographed by Liam Steel @LSteel_Theatre All episodes are still on iPlayer, you'll thank me...
Hurray for @9to5MusicalUK ! Nominated as best musical revival in the #WOSAwards!
We're loving Kevin Pollard's costume designs in cakes...
Jenni Jackson @JenoirRenoir directs the movement for Midnight Movie @royalcourt opening tonight!
A huge congrats to the very talented @andrzejgoulding!
Find out more about how we are bringing our spectacular version of Peter Pan to the stage this festive season as we chat to multi award-winning director, Liam Steel💫 #REPPeterPan
@RSCWhip... What a devastatingly beautiful first day. Read @telljuliet’s blog here 🔥
Thank you very much @BroadwayWorldUK for the award and for adding in a video category. Much appreciated from the video community. And thanks for all who voted for Pi. Immensely proud of this show. 🐯
The brilliant @howell_rich lights Cinderella The Musical running @NSTheatres
Some much-hyped musicals have arrived in London, but the most ravishing entry of the season is "Ghost Quartet"
An amazing shot taken by one of our crew at #Blink on its final leg of the tour. It’s a clear message from our monument - peace is a doing word: what are you going to do?
We’ve just had our one year anniversary since the #RSCAsYou company met in a room together and tomorrow the #RSCWhip company and @telljuliet will make that first brave leap into rehearsal. @TheRSC thank you for giving me these beautiful rooms ❤️
"A wonderfully warm-hearted and well-cast show" 5* @Independent for The Boy in the Dress @TheRSC. Puppetry Direction by the very talented @laura_cubitt
Anna Bolena with set designed by @GaryMcCann has just opened at the Royal Opera Muscat, Oman
Sustainable London in action thanks to a new partnership with @The_Globe & @LoughFarm! After each Richard III performance, we're whisking the stage soil away on our trusty electric milk float to donate to community projects in South London.#sustainableliving #recycling #community
Press night tonight for The Greatest Play in the History of the World... in the west end! @TrafStudios @tara_finney

The Snow Queen

“The show is beautifully designed by Rhys Jarman from small flourishes like the illuminated umbrellas to a breath-taking giant reindeer”- The Stage review for The Snow Queen, running at Northern Stage until January 2020. 


“Jo Davies’ bustling production doesn’t put a foot wrong” 4* for Jo Davie’s Gypsy running at The Royal Exchange until February 2020. Find out more here.

Midnight Movie

Jennifer Jackson directs the movement for Midnight Movie opening at the Royal Court Theatre tonight, running until 21st Dec. Find out more here.

BroadwayWorld UK Awards 2019

Andrzej Goulding bags another award for Life of Pi, winning Best Video or Projection in a New Production of a Play or Musical. Life of Pi returns from 22nd June 2020, running at Wyndham’s Theatre. Find out more here.

Cinderella The Musical

Richard Howell lights Cinderella The Musical at Nuffield Southampton Theatre, running until January 2020. Find out more here.

The Boy in the Dress

“The Boy in the Dress is a bouncy, boisterous and above all humane celebration of those who dare to be different” 4* from Evening Standard for RSC’s The Boy in the Dress, Puppetry direction by Laura Cubitt. Read more 4* review from The Guardian and 5* reviews from the Independent and WhatsOnStage.

The Scouse Snow White

Enchanting lighting by Ian Scott at Liverpool’s Royal Court, running until Jan 2020. Find out more here.

The Arrival

4* from TimeOut and WhatsOnStage for The Arrival at Bush Theatre. Set by Samal Blak and Movement by Aline David. Find out more here.

Henry VI

“A lively and lucid staging”- 4* from The Stage for Henry VI which opened yesterday at The Globe. Designed by Grace Smart. Read the review here

& Juliet

5* reviews from The Stage “A wall of gorgeous projections by Andrzej Goulding” and WhatsOnStage “if music be the food of love, then & Juliet serves up an all-you-can-eat buffet of the highest standard” for & Juliet. Running at The Shaftesbury Theatre until May 2020. Find out more here.


A Little Space

Rhys Jarman designs A Little Space for Gecko Theatre! Touring until May 2020. Find out more here.


Phelim McDermott’s production of Akhnaten, with costume by Kevin Pollard arrives in cinemas this weekend! Find participating cinemas here.


“Her staging (the sets are by Lizzie Clachan) is no simple re-creation; it has its own story to tell”. A lovely 4* from The Evening Standard for the final instalment to English National Opera’s Orpheus series- Orphée. Read the review here.


Natasha Chivers lights Iwanow at Die Staatstheater Stuttgart. Find out more here.

The Incredible Adventures of Robot Boy

Joanna Scotcher beautifully designs the set for The Incredible Adventures of Robot Boy, now open at Schauspielhaus Bochum Theatre. Find out more here.

Giri/ Haji

Liam Steel choreographed the extraordinary dance scene that brings Giri / Haji to a close. Catch episode 8 on BBC Two or iPlayer.


59 Productions creates Leonardo: Experience a Masterpiece at The National Gallery. The immersive new exhibition ends on the 12th January- find out more here


Today’s front page of the New York Times arts section. Akhnaten at Met Opera, Costume Design by Kevin Pollard and Directed by Phelim McDermott.


Akhnaten at The Metropolitan Opera opens today, running until 7th December. Costume Design by Kevin Pollard and Directed by Phelim McDermott. Find out more here.

The Bolero Effect

Moi Tran is working in Vietnam on The Bolero Effect, a British Council commissioned piece which takes Bolero music and collective song as a departure point to examine transnational identity in the Vietnamese diaspora and homeland. The Bolero Effect is a multi faceted performance piece including composition, noise, song, text and action with a Hanoian ensemble and creative team opening Hanoi, Vietnam on Nov 30.

A Museum in Baghdad

Nina Dunn designs the video for A Museum in Baghdad at the RSC, running until 25th January 2020 and then transfers to the Kiln Theatre between 22nd April- 23rd May 2020. Find out more here.

Ghost Quartet

“An intoxicating night of ghosts and stars”- 4* from the Guardian for Ghost Quartet at the Boulevard Theatre, movement direction by Georgina Lamb. Read the review here.

The Antipodes

5* from Time Out for The Antipodes at the National Theatre lighting designed by Natasha Chivers. Read the review here

As You Like It

“Inventive, playful, captivating”- 4* from the Daily Telegraph for As You Like It, Directed by Kimberley Sykes. Running at the Barbican Theatre until January 18th 2020. Find out more here.

The Golden Cockerel

Gary McCann designs set and costume The Golden Cockerel at The Dallas Opera. Find out more here.


Richard Howell designs the lighting for Cyrano at Bristol Old Vic. Running until November 16th- find out more here.


4 and 5* reviews all around for [BLANK] at the Donmar Warehouse, Movement Direction by Ayse Tashkiran. Running until November 30th- find out more here.

UK Theatre Awards 2019

Andrzej Goulding won Best Design for his video design for Life of Pi which also won Best New Play.
Equus, designed by Georgia Lowe, won Best Play Revival.


Maggot Moon

“Maggot Moon’s message – of the power of hope, friendship, love, and standing up for what is right – is universal but feels particularly relevant in today’s turbulent times.” A lovely 5* review for Maggot Moon designed by Lucy Sierra. Read the full review here.

Theatre and Tech Award

Theatre and Tech Award announces 2019 finalist Nina Dunn for Going Through!

Orpheus and Eurydice

4* from the Evening Standard for Orpheus and Eurydice at English National Opera designed by Lizzie Clachan. Lizzie designs the whole Orpheus series. Read the review here.


A lovely 4* review from WhatsOnStage for Assassins at Watermill Theatre, associate directed and choreographed by Georgina Lamb. Read the full review here

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