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The Be All and End All at York Theatre Royal

“Truth isn’t the standard by which things are judged anymore” If Natasha Bertram’s sleek, stylish, and modern set wasn’t enough of an indicator, then the opening montage of viral videos sealed the deal: The Be All and End All was to be a current and contemporary piece. This was about all I knew heading in … Continue reading The Be All and End All at York Theatre Royal

Exciting news without actually telling you any of the exciting news

Squabbling House have chosen our next play! Ring the bells! Sound the trumpet! The sky is falling! And yet, alas, I can’t tell you what it is. I’m not allowed. For clever and sneaky marketing reasons we’re not telling you yet. Instead, here’s something just as good: a look at our shortlist, a group wonderful … Continue reading Exciting news without actually telling you any of the exciting news

Legacy at York Theatre Royal

On Thursday 12th April 2018, the Youth Theatre’s new technological thriller Legacy opened at the York Theatre Royal. Created by Paul Birch, writer of Cross Words and Objects Of Terror, Legacy is an exciting intergenerational collaboration between The York Theatre Royal’s Youth Theatre and a collection of local actors over the age of 65. Whilst … Continue reading Legacy at York Theatre Royal

How to fit the multiverse in the back of a car

Space is so important to the realisation of a set design, after all the space is what the set is aiming to define. When I first designed the set for Constellations I had the beautiful vastness and well equipped Black Box at the Department of Theatre, Film and Television in my head. It’s a space … Continue reading How to fit the multiverse in the back of a car