Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
But get's Nick... | Photographer: Rebecca Glaister
Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
Nick and Jan’s | Photographer: Rebecca Glaister
Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
Malcolm and Kate’s | Photographer: Rebecca Glaister
Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
Ernest and Delia’s | Photographer: Rebecca Glaister
Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
Susannah phones Trevor... | Photographer: Rebecca Glaister

Bedroom Farce

by
with Peter Vincent as Lighting Designer

Director:

Set designer:

Dates: 
16/10/2010 to 23/10/2010

Show type:

Production photographs

Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent
Photograph from Bedroom Farce - lighting design by Peter Vincent

Press quotes

Permitting the audience to simultaneously view three separate bedrooms; the creative set and excellent use of lighting enabled the action to switch seamlessly from room to room. Sex may not happen in any of the bedrooms but plenty of other things do.
Jacqueline Redway, Hampshire Chronicle
Under admirable atmospheric lighting, the set was splendid with astonishing attention to detail, enhanced by appropriate set dressing, props, costumes and the distant disco/party soundtrack to place the play firmly in the 1970s.
Anne Waggott, Southern Daily Echo