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ZS B&W HeadshotZoe Spurr

Lighting Designer

Zoe is a theatre lighting designer, and since graduating from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama has worked on both large and small scale theatre in the UK and worldwide.

Recent theatre lighting designs include ‘Natives’ with Boundless Theatre, and ‘School Play’ with antic | face ( both Southwark Playhouse), ‘Good Dog’ with Tiata Fahodzi (Watford Palace and UK Tour), ‘The Truth’ (Central Szinhaz, Budapest), ‘Muted’ (Bunker Theatre), ‘Erwartung/Twice Through The Heart’ with Shadwell Opera (Hackney Showroom), ‘The Knife Of Dawn’ (Sackler Studio, Roundhouse), ‘Affection’ and ‘Hookup’ with Outbox Theatre Company (Hackney Showroom/Contact Manchester/Site Specific), ‘Torch’ and ‘This Evil Thing’ (Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2016), ‘A Serious Case of The F*ckits’ and ‘The Heresy of Love’ (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama), ‘Bitches’ (NYT, Finborough Theatre).

Corporate lighting designs include the Terry Pratchett Final Book Launch at Waterstones Piccadilly Circus, creating a magical world in which to celebrate the launch of his final novel, and to also celebrate the life of the writer.  Then working as assistant lighting designer/project manager on ‘Grey Goose Fly Beyond’ for NP&Co, event held at the Welsh Presbyterian Chapel, Shaftesbury Avenue, producing several breakout rooms alongside the main Chapel space to promote Grey Goose Vodka, all in the style of french bakeries.

Recent associate lighting design credits include The Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy at Kings Cross and St Anns Warehouse (Brooklyn NY) Autumn 2015/Spring 2016, and 1984 with Headlong and Sonia Friedman (West End/US Tour/Broadway/Australia Tour). Future associate lighting design for People Places and Things, also at St Anns Warehouse.

Upcoming in 2017 includes collaborations with Angel Exit Theatre, Untold Arts, and several touring designs which will also be performed at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

 

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