Photograph from Where Do Little Birds Go? - lighting design by Jamie Platt
Photographer: Nick Rutter
Photograph from Where Do Little Birds Go? - lighting design by Jamie Platt
Photographer: Nick Rutter
Photograph from Where Do Little Birds Go? - lighting design by Jamie Platt
Photographer: Nick Rutter
Photograph from Where Do Little Birds Go? - lighting design by Jamie Platt
Photographer: Nick Rutter
Photograph from Where Do Little Birds Go? - lighting design by Jamie Platt
Photographer: Nick Rutter

Where Do Little Birds Go?

by
with Jamie Platt as Lighting Designer

Director:

Set designer:

Costume designer:

Sound designer:

Dates: 
01/11/2016 to 26/11/2016

Show type:

Production photographs

Photograph from Where Do Little Birds Go? - lighting design by Jamie Platt
Photograph from Where Do Little Birds Go? - lighting design by Jamie Platt
Photograph from Where Do Little Birds Go? - lighting design by Jamie Platt
Photograph from Where Do Little Birds Go? - lighting design by Jamie Platt
Photograph from Where Do Little Birds Go? - lighting design by Jamie Platt
Photograph from Where Do Little Birds Go? - lighting design by Jamie Platt
Photograph from Where Do Little Birds Go? - lighting design by Jamie Platt
Photograph from Where Do Little Birds Go? - lighting design by Jamie Platt
Photograph from Where Do Little Birds Go? - lighting design by Jamie Platt
Photograph from Where Do Little Birds Go? - lighting design by Jamie Platt

Press quotes

The challenge with such a small multi-storey acting space was easily matched by Jamie Platt‘s dynamic lighting plot. A minimal lighting rig, never distracted but kept pace, we could always see Lucy while the world around her changed from nightclub deep colours to softer moods, to bold stark cold... continue reading
Richard Lambert, TheatreReviews.Design 03/11/2016
What is most impressive, visually speaking, is Jamie Platt’s lighting design. His work is extraordinary, for what is essentially a room upstairs in a pub. Subtle transitions between different scenarios help the story to flow smoothly... The sense of isolation that’s created when she tells the story... continue reading
Debbie Gilpin, Please Mind The Blog 07/11/2016