Diary

April 2020

Wed 1st
Eating Myself opens at Battersea Arts Centre (BAC), London, UK - Lighting Designer: Michael D Harpur
The Government Inspector opens at Webber Douglas Studio - Lighting Designer: Joshua Gadsby
Thu 2nd
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers opens at The Avondale Theatre - Lighting Designer: Jacob Gowler
Fri 3rd
Last Easter opens at Orange Tree Theatre - Lighting Designer: Elliot Griggs
Sat 4th
The Black Spider opens at Barry Memorial Hall - Lighting Designer: Jane Lalljee
Wed 8th
Giraffes Can’t Dance opens at The Rose, Kingston - Lighting Designer: Jane Lalljee
Grease opens at Hull Truck Theatre - Lighting Designer: Jason Addison
Shook opens at Trafalgar Studios - Assistant Lighting Designer: Jack Wills
Sun 19th
ENB'S Cinderella opens - Draftsperson: Jack Wills
Tue 21st
9 to 5 The Musical opens at Island Arts Centre, Lisburn - Lighting Designer: James C McFetridge
Small Change opens at Omnibus Theatre - Lighting Designer: Joshua Gadsby
Wed 22nd
Million Pound Boy opens at The Big House Theatre - Lighting Designer: Michael D Harpur
The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee opens at HARTON THEATRE - Lighting Designer: Wally Eastland
Fri 24th
The Two Character Play opens at Hampstead Theatre - Lighting Designer: Elliot Griggs
Tue 28th
Turn & Face The Strange - The Story of Mick Ronson opens at Hull Truck Theatre - Lighting Designer: Jason Addison
Wed 29th
Abigails Party opens at Watford Palace Theatre - Lighting Designer: Zoe Spurr
Thu 30th
Kipps - The New Half A Sixpence Musical opens at Theatre Severn - Lighting Designer: Tom Lightbody
Future Cargo opens at Leeds International Festival - Lighting Designer: Malcolm Rippeth