GOATS DIRECTED BY HAMISH PIRRIE LIGHTING BY MUAZ AL JUBEH
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RUN SISTER RUN DIRECTED BY CHARLOTTE BENNET LIGTING BY ZOE SPURR
THE RIDICULOUS DARKNESS DIRECTED BY ANTHONEY SIMPSON-PIKE - LIGHTING BY JOSH PHARO
Tom Scutt - Designer
This piece is a huge moment for theatre makers. A provocation to reshape our current chrysalis and inform the butterfly. Truly inspirational
HOLY SPRING IN THE ROAD
Dr Rachel Hann
I highly recomend ‘Prayer’ by Rosie Elnile If you’re serious about decolonizing theatre, this is a wonderfully crafted set of provocations on the (im)possible futures of stage design.
PRAYER - supported by the Gate Theatre - this is a solo digital installation 2020.https://www.gatetheatre.co.uk/whatson/prayer/#:~:text=Award%2Dwinning%20designer%20and%20Gate,in%20our%2040th%20Anniversary%20Season.&text=Prayer%20was%20not%20going%20to,something%20unknown%2C%20or%20something%20impossible.
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A man dances in the space, a blur of rosy tissue and liquid mass sliding over shifting ground. Threads of whipped candy and shining flesh bounce and spin in the artificial luminance. A face of silver and pink, eyes bright, scanning the trembling edge of the circle for signs of joy and reconnection.
TOUCH PLAY SEE
RUB GRIND HOLD
BEAT ((PULSE)) SHUDDER
Writing by Robert Hesp
HARD C*CK BY ROBERT HESP LIGHTING BY JOSH GADSBY
BLANK DIRECTED BY MARIA ABERG LIGHTING DESIGNED BY MARIA ABERG -
But it's Rosie Elnile's design that does most of the work – an exceptional example of thinking through space. Flooding the space with colour, as she did with The Unknown Island at the Gate, she turns place into feeling – the yellow of home. Yet, even that colour itself is contested; either the saffron the couple left behind or the mimosa they find in its place; or maybe even a mix of the two. Orange tiles embedded into the carpet suggest both an abstract floorplan and excavated ruins and, just by moving a few bits of furniture – a table, some chairs – Elnile completely reshapes the space.
Matt Truman- Review of Returning to Haifa https://www.whatsonstage.com/london-theatre/reviews/returning-to-haifa-finborough-theatre_45931.html
RETURNING TO HAIFER DIRECTED BY CAITLIN MCLOUD - LIGHTING DESIGNED BY JOSH GADSBY
THREE SISTERS BY RASHDASH AFTER CHEKOV - LIGHT DESIGNER ZIGGY JACOBS WYBURN
MANCHESTER ROYAL EXCHANGE
Actually, the sheer artistry of the production design here probably merits a whole review of its own. It is *SO GOOD*
Andrew Haydon, - Review of Big Guns http://postcardsgods.blogspot.co.uk/2017/03/big-guns-yard-hackney.html Postcards From The Gods
BIG GUNS DIRECTEF BY DAN HUTTON - LIGHTING BY KATHRYN WILLIAMS
THE YARD THEATRE
ROSIE ELNILE - email@example.com
SOFT , PROTECTIVE, GENTLE, INFLATABLE SPACE ****
THE WOLVES DIRECTED BY MCDOUGALLl - LIGHTING BY JOSH PHARO -
THEATRE ROYAL STRATFORD EAST