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Wonderful article about Phelim McDermott @openspacer , Phillip Glass and Akhnaten
I am delighted to spread far&wide that I am directing the BBC SINGERS FAMILY CONCERT on the 9th February details below. With writer Andrew McCaldon I have devised a concert that's an all singing musical adventure. Lots of secrets More news to come...
'I can’t remember a time when the role of the Whip has been so prominent, both politically and publicly, as it has since our decision to leave the EU in 2016. ' Richard Clothier talks about the politicians who have informed his performance in The Whip:
Oh my word! Our gorgeous Geordie musical opens tonight in L.A. and then tomorrow the whole company are singing on @JimmyKimmelLive @northernstage #sting #wearewhatwedo #lastshipmusical Gan Canny
It's all go in the worskshop here at Blind Summit. Props and puppets! Stravinsky's The Nightingale (2020) with Welsh National Opera @WNOtweet #TheNightingale #LeRossignol #WelshNationalOpera #WNO #workinprogress #workshop #behindthescenes
#MadamButterfly, directed by Anthony Minghella, puppetry by Blind Summit Theatre - “I ended up thinking let’s close all the stage schools and let all children under 12 be played by puppets…” Adam Mars Jones, @BBCFrontRow, 7 Nov 2005 @englishnationalopera #Puccini #ENO #revival20
Flight @voxmotus is now up and revolving in Arizona @TempeArts. 🎧🎧🎧🎧🎧🎧🎧🎧🎧🎧🎧🎧🎧
Blind Summit's The Nightingale "Stravinsky meets Alice in Wonderland" (Mark Down). A cubist puppet opera with 7 singers, a cast of life-sized puppets and 11 puppeteers. (image- fisherman try out). @wnotweet #TheNightingale #LeRossignol #WNO #HansChristianAnderssen
If it's not moving gold leaf it! Stravinsky's The Nightingale with Welsh National Opera (2020) @WNOtweet #TheNightingale #LeRossignol #WelshNationalOpera #WNO #workinprogress #workshop #behindthescenes
It's happening! 🚕🙌🏾 One year after the premiere of @IshyDin's celebrated play, directed by @poojghai, get to exclusively watch the web stream of APPROACHING EMPTY - for one night only! 06.02.20 8PM Brought to you by @KilnTheatre @LiveTheatre & Tamasha
Looking forward to Night of the Living Dead – Remix @LeedsPlayhouse designed by Laura Hopkins @lohoppy Lovely preview piece in the @guardian
If any you enjoyed Tao Of Glass at MIF this year, feel free to drop us a vote in the city life awards!
"Cuttin’ It combines a strong social message with bursts of humour and a slow-dial suspense that crescendos into a gritty tower-block tragedy" 4* from @guardian for Cuttin' It, movement direction by the brilliant Jennifer Jackson @JenoirRenoir
Look out for yourself and others, call out sexism and keep on top of those emails – @Grace_Smart proposes some commandments for designers in 2020
Happy days. ❤️making this with my Sweeney faves @BillBuckhurst @_skenny @BenCoxMD with the crazy clever @NiccoCurradi @maimunamemon @carlybawden & Zubin Varla
A few shots from this week’s rehearsals of ‘Night of the Living Dead™️-Remix’. Possibly not your average prop table... #sneakypeek #LivingDeadRemix @LeedsPlayhouse
Good morning! Oh yes it is. It is always exciting when devising a new show to get the first draft from your collaborator - thanks Andrew McCaldon. @BBCSingers #familyconcert @barbicanCentre @ahacreatives @berlinassocs
Should think so too...what a show! Video design from @andrzejgoulding
Lovely article in @TheStage about our much missed client and friend, Naomi Wilkinson, and the award @toldbyanidiot93 have set up in her honour. Congratulations Ioana Curelea, the first winner. I'm looking forward to seeing the show next week at Wiltons.
Started the new year by bringing a bit of @Beyonce to rehearsals... ‘Won’t let my freedom rot in hell’ @telljuliet #RSCWhip 🔥
Super excited to be movement directing Europeana this year!!!! Star debuts and happy returns: theatre, dance and comedy in 2020
Here we are - Final performance of The Lost Thing, I can’t overstate my pride and deep thanks in the incredible bunch of performers and my creative team for devising this show with us @candocodance @RoyalOperaHouse have a well deserved rest all xxx
POST FESTIVE BLUES? How about coming to a screening of THE FEELING OF GOING? - 7.30pm Jan 16th Halifax Square Chapel Arts Centre. It would be bloomin' wonderful to get a post Christmas audience, I'll be nattering after the film doing a Q&A too
‘Impressive & moving’: #TheLostThing at @RoyalOperaHouse is a great example of how to bring young people into the world of live theatre & continue to nurture their minds with acceptance & collaboration, says @WithinHerWords1 @candocodance ★★★★
Lovely review for Pippi Longstocking @RoyalDerngate with set and costume design from the brilliant @katiesykes001
A special way to end the theatrical year - Ben Wright’s beautiful production of The Lost Thing @TheRoyalOpera with gorgeous projections by Douglas O’Connell.
The @nytimes picks the best theatre in Europe in 2019 and choose Passion at the Cantiere Internazionale d’Arte Fesitval featuring gorgeous costume designs by Tom Rand.
Tonight!! - live on YouTube my show for Candoco and ROH - The Lost Thing 7.10 pm UK time
Kind of appropriate to be making this play right now, huh? @telljuliet
" @andrzejgoulding's video design are very good in creating an overwhelming social media bubble that occupies the students" 4* from @BroadwayWorldUK for Teenage Dick @DonmarWarehouse

Dial M For Murder

Lizzie Powell brilliantly lights Richmond Theatre’s Dial M For Murder. On tour until July 2020 playing in Norwich, Dartford, Guildford, Bath, Aberdeen, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Salisbury, Bromley, Southend, Milton Keynes, Birmingham, Cardiff, Leicester, Sheffield, Liverpool, Mold, Brighton, Shrewsbury, Salford, Plymouth, Leeds and Wolverhampton. Find out dates here.

Cuttin’ It

4* from the Guardian and The Stage for Royal Exchange Theatre’s Cuttin’ It. Jennifer Jackson directs the movement. Find out more here.

Teenage Dick

Andrzej Goulding video designs Teenage Dick at the Donmar Warehouse, running until February 2020. Find out more here.


4* from the Guardian for the Citizens Theatre’s Pinocchio, lighting by Lizzie Powell and choreographed by EJ Boyle.

The Lost Thing

Ben Wright directs and choreographs and Douglas O’Connell animates The Lost Thing at Royal Opera House, running until January 2020. Find out more here.

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.

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