Author: little-leigh

Some Festive Cheer in a dull year!

Well as much as 2020 was a dull year that we thought no theatre would happen in, a few venues and companies in the UK tried and succeeded in putting on some festive productions, even if they were to be cut short. One such theatre was The Millfield in Edmonton. Producer, Director and Writer Marc Day approached us in the early summer with the hope of putting on a ‘Socially Distanced’ production. After a much discussion and many safety measures, the theatre produced ‘Puss In Boots’ a fun filled traditional family show. Featuring original songs and jokes. With strict...

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    Well, we have been rather quiet on here for some time. For this we can only apologise. 2019 was a very busy year for us, freelance staff out on various jobs, equipment being updated and maintained. And my West End debut as a lighting designer. Rip it Up 60’s went into the Garrick Theatre London at the start of February for an 18 week run. The set was up redesigned for this, making it bigger with more LED built into it for colour and versatility. The show went from 3 star leads on tour, to 4 star leads for London. The original line up of Aston Merrygold, Harry Judd and Louis Smith, then they were joined by Jay McGuinness. All had been Strictly Come Dancing winners at some stage in their careers, as well as being huge stars in their own right. They were joined by a fantastic team of dancers, vocalists and musicians to give an energetic performance, keeping the audience up dancing from the start. Directed and Choreographed by Gareth Walker, Musical Director Barnaby Dickinson Set Design by Steven Howell, Sound design by Tom Cox, Lighting Design by myself, and video content design by the team at CS Media. Produced by The TCB Group and Imagine this...

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Set Designers

Dinah England Theatre and Conference sets designed and specified, a good eye for detail. Steve Howell Theatre, Opera and Cruise Liners – From simple to extravagant Rachel Dingle Set and Costume designer for...

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