Photograph from Remembering The Movies - lighting design by Little-Leigh
Remembering The Movies UK Tour 2019 | Photographer: Ryan X | From the show Remembering The Movies
Photograph from Rip it Up the 60s - lighting design by Little-Leigh
Rip it Up 60s Garrick Theatre London 2019 | Photographer: Ryan X | From the show Rip it Up the 60s
Photograph from Rip it Up the 60s - lighting design by Little-Leigh
Rip it Up 60s Garrick Theatre London 2019 | Photographer: Ryan X | From the show Rip it Up the 60s
Photograph from Natalie Lowes Dream Lover - lighting design by Little-Leigh
© Ryan X Prison Scene | Photographer: Ryan X | From the show Natalie Lowes Dream Lover
Photograph from Natalie Lowes Dream Lover - lighting design by Little-Leigh
© Ryan X Photographer: Ryan X | From the show Natalie Lowes Dream Lover
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Leigh Mulpeter

After starting as a YTS apprentice, Leigh worked his way up, leading to designing the lighting for shows such as Don’t Dress for Dinner and Check It Out at the Queens Theatre, Hornchurch.  He went on to work for The Carl Rosa Opera Company, eventually designing the lighting for the UK and Italian tours of The Mikado.
Leigh has worked as a moving light technician and programmer for various television production companies and shows. It was during this time he met some of his corporate clients leading to designing product launches for companies such as Nintendo, Jim Beam, Aveda, The Bodyshop, Jaguar Land Rover, and Mark Ronsons ‘Uptown Funk’ album launch at BBC television centre London.
In 2013, Leigh designed the London premiere of new musical Streets Project at the Cockpit Theatre.
Other work includes Jesus Christ Superstar, Sister Act at the Curve Theatre in Leicester, Earthquakes In London, The 25th Annual Putnam Spelling Bee, Dracula, The Little Shop of Horrors & Spring Awakening, at the Catford Broadway theatre.
His work with The TCB Group has been for West End show Rip it Up the 60s, Rip it Up the 50s, Rip it Up the 60s and Rip it Up the 70s tours, Remembering Fred 2018 UK tour, Remembering The movies 2019 UK tour, Remembering The Oscars 2021 Live Stream, Here Come The Boys 2019 UK tour, Here Come The boys London Palladium run and Natalie Lowe’s Dream Lover on board P&O ship Oceana.
Leigh also runs a lighting hire company supplying various colleges and performing arts academies throughout the UK and Ireland. 

Current credits

Show name Type Venue/Company Role Creative team Closes
Here Come The Boys Dance TCB Group & TEG/MJGroup Lighting Designer Choreographer: Gareth Walker
Set designer: Steve Howell
24 Jul 2022

In repertoire

Show name Type Venue/Company Role Creative team
Natalie Lowes Dream Lover Theatre P&O Ship Oceana
P&O & TCB Group
Lighting Designer Director: Gareth Walker & Natalie Lowe
Set designer: Steve Howell

Previous productions

Show name Type Venue/Company Role Creative Team Opened
Remembering the Oscars Starring Aljaz & Janette Dance The Peacock Theatre London
TCB Group & TEG/MJGroup
Lighting Designer Choreographer: Gareth Walker & Janette Manrara
May 2022
Remembering the Oscars Starring Aljaz & Janette Dance TCB Group & TEG/MJGroup Lighting Designer Choreographer: Gareth Walker & Janette Manrara
Mar 2022
Jack & The Beanstalk Theatre Campus West Welwyn Garden City
Campus West Welwyn Garden City
Lighting Designer Director: Jonas Cemm & Fay Liberty
Dec 2021
Here Come The Boys Dance London Palladium, then touring
TEG MJR
Lighting Designer Lighting designer: Leigh Mulpeter
Choreographer: Gareth Walker
Set designer: Steve Howell
May 2021
Remembering The Oscars Dance UK Tour & The Peacock Theatre London, then touring
TCB Group & Imagine This Live
Lighting Designer Choreographer: Gareth Walker
Mar 2020
Remembering The Movies Dance UK tour, then touring
TCB Group & Imagine This Live
Lighting Designer Choreographer: Gareth Walker & Janette Manrara
Set designer: Steve Howell
Mar 2020
BBC - Musical Roots Concert Concert Queen Elizabeth Hall, South Bank
BBC Concert Orchestra
Lighting Designer Director: Liz Muge
Feb 2020
Snow White Theatre Hawthorne Theatre Welwyn
Campus West Welwyn Garden City
Lighting Designer Director: Jonas Cemm
Set designer: Scenic Projects
Dec 2019
Rip it Up the 70s Dance TCB Group & Imagine This Live Lighting Designer Choreographer: Gareth Walker
Set designer: Steve Howell
Sep 2019
Here Come The Boys Theatre UK tour, then touring
TCB Group & Imagine This Live
Lighting Designer Director: Gareth Walker & Janette Manrara
Set designer: Steve Howell
Jun 2019
Rip it Up the 60s Theatre The Garrick Theatre London
TCB Group & Imagine This Live
Lighting Designer Director: Gareth Walker
Set designer: Steve Howell
Feb 2019
Aladdin Theatre Hawthorne Theatre Welwyn
Campus West Welwyn Garden City
Lighting Designer Director: Helen Crosse
Set designer: Scenic Projects
Dec 2018
Rip it Up the 60s Dance UK tour, then touring
TCB Group & Imagine This Live
Lighting Designer Choreographer: Gareth Walker
Set designer: Steve Howell
Sep 2018
Remembering Fred Dance UK Touring, then touring
TCB Group & Imagine This Live
Lighting Designer Choreographer: Gareth Walker & Janette Manrara
Set designer: Steve Howell
Apr 2018
Natalie Lowes Dream Lover Theatre P&O Ship Oceana
P&O & TCB Group
Lighting Designer Director: Gareth Walker & Natalie Lowe
Set designer: Steve Howell
Jan 2018
Beauty & The Beast Theatre Hawthorne Theatre Welwyn
Campus West Welwyn Garden City
Lighting Designer Director: Helen Crosse
Set designer: Scenic Projects
Dec 2017
Rip it Up Theatre UK tour, then touring
TCB Group
Lighting Designer Director: Gareth Walker
Aug 2017
Dick Whittington Theatre Hawthorne Theatre Welwyn
Campus West Welwyn Garden City
Lighting Designer Director: Helen Crosse
Set designer: Scenic Projects Ltd
Dec 2016
Theatre:
  • Touring relights
Musical:
  • International
  • West End
  • Commercial Tour
  • Small Scale / Fringe
  • Pantomime
  • Touring relights
Opera:
  • International
  • Touring relights
Dance:
  • International
Corporate:
  • Conferences
  • Exhibition Stands
  • Product Launches
  • Award Ceremonies
Non-professional:
  • Dance
  • Musicals
  • Plays

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