Merle Hensel is the costume designer of Top Girls by Caryl Churchill at the Lyttleton Theatre from 26 March! Click here for tickets and information!
Chahine Yavroyan Obituary
Click the link below to read an obituary of Chahine Yavroyan by Anthony Neilson
The Tell-Tale Heart
ear for eye
Le nozze di Figaro
Samal Blak designs The Marriage of Figaro for Teatro dell Roma, running 30 October – 11 November!
Satyagraha at LA Opera
Marnie at the Metropolitan Opera
Macbeth at the Barbican
The Midnight Gang
We are heartbroken to report the death of our friend and client, Chahine Yavroyan. As well as an incredibly talented lighting designer and collaborator, Chahine was the finest of human beings, gentle and wise. We will miss him enormously. Our thoughts are with his family and friends.
UK Theatre Award 2018 Nominations
Congratulations to the AHA Creative family for the UK Theatre nominations!
Kimberley Sykes has been nominated for Best Director for Dido Queen of Carthage at the RSC, Ayse Tashkiran was movement director on the production.
59 Productions have been nominated for Best Design for The Shadow Factory.
The Feeling of Going Trailer
See the trailer for the cinematic version of The Feeling of Going below, choreographed by Ben Wright for Skånes Dansteater with Malmö Opera! DVD to be released soon!
Following rave reviews at the Edinburgh Festival, Canoe, directed by Struan Leslie runs at the Kings Head Theatre 22-26 October.
Memoirs of an Asian Football Casual
As You Like It
The Lovely Bones
Gecko’s ‘Missing’, designed by Rhys Jarman will play in the newly reopened Grand Hall at the Battersea Arts Centre.
Joanna Scotcher is designer of The Village at Theatre Royal Stratford East. It runs until 6 October, full details here.
★★★★★ ‘Outstanding, an enthralling production.’ Morning Star
★★★★ ‘An impressive, blood-stirring evening.’ The Guardian
★★★★ ‘A great piece of storytelling… flat-out wonderful.’ The Times
★★★★ ‘Relentlessly gripping… elemental and overwhelming.’ Time Out
★★★★ ‘Anya Chalotra gives a cracking performance.’ The Telegraph
★★★★ ‘Striking use of movement and music.’ Financial Times
Come on Home
The Lehman Trilogy
Jimmy’s Hall Revival
Exit the King
A Monster Calls