Photograph from Gutted - lighting design by Marty Langthorne
Photographer: Tim Stubbins
Photograph from Gutted - lighting design by Marty Langthorne
Photographer: Joseph
Photograph from Gutted - lighting design by Marty Langthorne
Photographer: Tim Stubbins
Photograph from Gutted - lighting design by Marty Langthorne
Photographer: Tim Stubbins
Photograph from Gutted - lighting design by Marty Langthorne
Photographer: Joseph Warner

Gutted

by
with Marty Langthorne as Lighting Designer
, then touring
Yes

Director:

Choreographer:

Costume designer:

Dates: 
03/10/2019 to 30/10/2019

Show type:

Production photographs

Photograph from Gutted - lighting design by Marty Langthorne
Photograph from Gutted - lighting design by Marty Langthorne
Photograph from Gutted - lighting design by Marty Langthorne
Photograph from Gutted - lighting design by Marty Langthorne
Photograph from Gutted - lighting design by Marty Langthorne
Photograph from Gutted - lighting design by Marty Langthorne
Photograph from Gutted - lighting design by Marty Langthorne
Photograph from Gutted - lighting design by Marty Langthorne
Photograph from Gutted - lighting design by Marty Langthorne
Photograph from Gutted - lighting design by Marty Langthorne

Press quotes

The theme of the changing lamp lights used on the stage and strong use of strobe lights are a clever addition to the production as they double up as additional characters which are then voiced by the cast.
Outthere 1979, https://theatreandartreviews.wordpress.com/2019/10/12/gutted-by-sharon-byrne/ 12/10/2019
The set and lighting are an integral part of the show. Mic stands topped with light bulbs and lamp shades double up as both light props and mics.
John O'Brien, LondonTheatre1 14/10/2019
Under the lighting and musical direction of Marty Langthorne, the play is effective in its minimalist, touring set, liberally adorned with lights of all kinds, lampshades and light bars and hanging globes and reading lights, all of which flicker and dim at the needs of the story and are transformed... continue reading
Theatrebox 14/10/2019
Cleverly set in the stark-white theatre space of the Irish Cultural Centre, lighting designer Marty Langthorn has created an alternative ensemble of lights. These effectively play and support the three superb actors, Niamh Finlay, Sarah Hosford and Eleanor Byrne, who engage in a fascinating story... continue reading
The Review Chap 12/10/2019
The performance was aided by the use of a couple of dozen light bulbs placed in various positions and guises around the stage. This was very intelligently choreographed, delivered, and the timing and use of the lights was at times aesthetically beautiful, sometimes jarring, but always added to the... continue reading
Andrew Lee, North West End 29/10/2019
Special mention must go to Marty Langthorne for his innovative lighting: the entire show is performed on a single small stage, with scene changes and some background characters uniquely represented through the use of strategically placed and ever-changing lamps and bulbs...brilliantly inventive... continue reading
Rachel O'Connor, The Irish Post 14/10/2019