French Without Tears (2007)

Terence Rattigan

French Without Tears (2007)

Simon Daw


For ETT: French Without Tears (The Orange Tree & UK Tour)

For the Orange Tree: The Philanderer, Widowers’ Houses, The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd. Recent stage design credits include: World Factory (Young Vic & New Wolsey Ipswich); 1984 (Northern Ballet); Material Men (Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Co.); Sister Act (Kilworth House); Wonderful Tennessee (Lyceum Theatre, Sheffield); Pied Piper (The Yard Theatre); The Planet and Stuff (Polka Theatre/Tonic Theatre); The Secret Agent (Theatre O, Traverse Theatre/Young Vic and UK Tour); Eventual Progress (Ekaterinburg State Academic Opera and Ballet Theatre); The Winter’s Tale and The Daughter-in-Law (Crucible Theatre, Sheffield); Democracy (Crucible Theatre, Sheffield & The Old Vic, London); The Metamorphosis (Linbury, Royal Opera House); Dead Heavy Fantastic and Lost Monsters (Liverpool Everyman); As One (Royal Ballet); Romeo and Juliet (Shakespeare’s Globe); Double Sentence (Soho Theatre); Dolls (National Theatre of Scotland); Fast Labour (Hampstead Theatre/West Yorkshire Playhouse); DNA, Baby Girl, The Miracle, The Enchantment (National Theatre); Elling (Bush and Trafalgar Studios); Fragile Land (Hampstead Theatre); The Bodies (Live Theatre, Newcastle); Tall Phoenix by Chris O’Donnell (Belgrade Theatre, Coventry); Rutherford and Son and Across Oka (Royal Exchange, Manchester); Romeo and Juliet (RSC, Stratford/Albery); Adam and Eve (TPT, Tokyo); Relatively Speaking, The Witches, Everyman and Habeas Corpus (Northampton Theatres); Under the Curse and Tragedy: A Tragedy (Gate Theatre); Astronaut (Theatre O, Barbican Pit and UK Tour); Kebab (Royal Court Theatre Upstairs); Bloom (Rambert) and The Stepfather (Candoco).

Design for Opera includes: Owen Wingrave (Set Design) for Aldeburgh Music/Edinburgh International Festival.

Installation/performance commissions include: The Competition (Shoreditch Town Hall); 3rd Ring Out (UK tour); Wave Structures, Hopefully It Means Nothing, Sea House (Aldeburgh Festival) and New Town (site specific/Arches).

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