Lighting Designers

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Andrew Bridge

Andrew Bridge has won four Tony Awards for his lighting designs: Fosse, Sunset Boulevard  (both also won the Ovation Award LA), Aspects of Love and The Phantom of the Opera… Read more

Jenny Cane

Jenny has worked for major producers including Lord Lloyd-Webber and Cameron Mackintosh on musicals including Cafe PucciniRequiem & Variations, Follies, Nine and Sweeney ToddRead more

Emma Chapman

Along with Lucy Osborne and Howard Eaton, Emma Chapman created Roundabout: a portable, multipurpose venue, which won The Stage Awards’ Theatre Building of the Year 2015… Read more

Jon Clark

Jon is an Associate Artist of the Royal Shakespeare Company, and has worked extensively for the National Theatre, among many other theatres and opera houses in the UK and Europe… Read more

Davy Cunningham

Davy has designed the lighting for more than two hundred and fifty opera productions in Britain and for most major European companies from Antwerp to Zürich as well as in Australia and North America… Read more

Wayne Dowdeswell

Wayne’s early work was in Manchester before he joined the Royal Shakespeare Company where he lit many productions for The Other Place, The Pit and Barbican Theatres… Read more

Zerlina Hughes

Zerlina has lit production for Cheek by Jowl, the Lyric Hammersmith, the Citizen’s Theatre, Glasgow – including Death in Venice (also San Francisco) and Mae West’s The Pleasure Man… Read more

Durham Marenghi

Durham Marenghi’s career as a lighting designer has ranged from theatrical lighting for drama, opera, dance and musicals, to lighting Olympic and Royal events, concerts, heritage and television productions… Read more

John B Read

John B Read was consultant lighting designer to the Royal Opera, the Royal Ballet and Birmingham Royal Ballet from 1992 to 2005. He is largely responsible for establishing lighting as an integral part of dance… Read more

Zoe Spurr

Zoe graduated from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and has since worked on both large and small scale theatre in the UK and worldwide, including… Read more

Alastair West

Alastair graduated from Bretton Hall. He is currently head of lighting at Northern Ballet where he has designed multiple shows for the main company including Giselle, I Got Rhythm & Christmas CarolRead more

 

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