The Gate Arts Centre, Cardiff
Dir. Angharad Lee.
Musical Dir. David Laugharne
Lighting. Ceri James
Sound. Tom Feierabend
Photography by Kirsten McTernan.
Set & Costume
Dir: Catherine Paskell
Lighting: Dave Beever
Sound: Dan Lawrence
Photography Credit to Kirsten McTernan
‘Supported by Cory Shipp’s clear and effective design which focuses the action and allows Paskell’s direction and Laura Dalgleish’s powerhouse performance as Katie to run at breakneck pace. And run it does.’ Wales Art Review
Dir. Angharad Lee
Lighting. Ryan Joseph Stafford
Musical Dir. Michael Morwood
The Gate Arts Centre, Cardiff.
Photo Credit : UWTSD/Ric Bower
Richard Burton Theatre, Cardiff.
Directed by Michael Fentiman
The concept enforced the religious quality of light breaking through dark that is synonymous with religious spaces, and of the space feeling real, not theatrical.
Dir. Seamus Allen
Lighting Ryan Stafford
Photography by Phillip Tull
Dir. Richard Tunley
Lighting Design by Craig Bridgeman
Sound Design by Benjamin Smith
Written by Rachel Tresize
Musical Director Nathan Jones
All Photo Credit to Abigail Lewis-Savage.
Sherman Theatre Studio, Cardiff.
Dir. Siobhan Lynn Brennan
Lighting Design by Louise Swindell
Sound Design Josh Bowles
‘The design, by Cory Shipp is a real highlight. An almost Stepford-esque lawn and Shed (in progress), works beautifully. In the studio space at the Sherman the shock of green law, bright white fence and eventual shed, conjure instantly the hot summer Bank Holiday. The gnome and kids’ toy detail add a nice edge of real-yet-strange. ‘ - Dr. Emily Garside
Photography by Jonathan Dunn
Dir. Bianca Laverne Jones
Carne Studio, London.
Set & Costume Design, Scenic Art
Partners tells of love, money, friendship and equality. Set in Brooklyn when NYC was fighting for marriage equality, Clare is self-sabotaging her own business partnership with her best friend Ezra, whilst simultaneously trying to marry him off.
Dir. Athina Deliadi
Carne Studio, London.
Set Design, Scenic Art and Model Bridge.
Blackberry Troutface shows three young people in the face of adversity, abandoned by their mother and facing life in social care unless they can support each other and learn to accept one another.
The Visit tells of a town of desolation. Its industry is destroyed, its people are poor and desperate and there is no way of escape. Claire Zachanassian arrives back to her home town, immensely rich and offers $1,000,000 if someone provides her with the revenge she seeks...
Set & Costume Design
SWARM was a site specific immersive experience meant to portray what it would be like if Wales was at Civil War.
"This is a production that will heighten your senses and open your eyes to what it really means to be a refugee. Superb."
Gemma Treharne-Foose (getthechance.wales)
ST. Davids Shopping Centre, Cardiff
Situated in the heart of Cardiff’s shopping centre, Treetop Adventure Golf was made to be a family friendly crazy golf course, with an adult twist.
Dir. Rhian Hutchings
Wales Millennium Centre
Based around a post-war dystopia - we are just after the war has ended, and no-one knows how to compute anything anymore. In this world, the people are poor, have lost faith in both a God and in their leaders.
Local Touring Parks
The School for Wives is a farcical play whose protagonist believes that women should stay at home and be doting, but who eventually loses control of everything he has fought so fervently to maintain. Its a satire, commenting on hypocrisy and misogyny in the upper classes.