Photograph from Redd - lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones
Photograph from Redd - lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones
Photographer: Carl Fox
Photograph from Redd - lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones
Photographer: Carl Fox
Photograph from Redd - lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones
Photographer: Carl Fox
Photograph from Redd - lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones
Photographer: Carl Fox

Redd

with Charlie Morgan Jones as Lighting Designer

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Dates: 
26/09/2019 to 05/10/2019

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Production photographs

Photograph from Redd - lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones
Photograph from Redd - lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones
Photograph from Redd - lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones
Photograph from Redd - lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones
Photograph from Redd - lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones
Photograph from Redd - lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones
Photograph from Redd - lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones
Photograph from Redd - lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones
Photograph from Redd - lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones
Photograph from Redd - lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones
Photograph from Redd - lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones
Photograph from Redd - lighting design by Charlie Morgan Jones

Press quotes

Boy Blue's aesthetically spare, atmospherically lit and ultimately redemptive depiction of depression...
Anna Winter, The Stage 04/10/2019
Squares and shafts of light (fabulously designed by Charlie Morgan Jones) pinion him in place as waves of dancers throw themselves around him...
Sarah Crompton, The Observer 06/10/2019
... the lighting by Charlie Morgan Jones fades to a foggy amber, while sound levels recede, then pulse forwards...
David Jays, The Sunday Times 06/10/2019
The show’s other key elements are equally admirable: Charlie Morgan Jones’s moody, sometimes radiant lighting...
Donald Hutera, The Times 30/09/2019
Everything is to a specific beat and no cue is missed. The lights flicker and strobe; we see colours of all kinds. They fade, switch off and blind us - all happening in quick succession to the music. When the show ends the auditorium explodes with applause, and you can see why.
Charlie Wilks, BroadwayWorld 28/09/2019
It’s also a much darker work. The central figure is Sandy himself, who begins shut inside a chamber of harsh light on the smoke-filled stage... There’s real pain in these scenes, and skill in both composition and performance.
Sanjoy Roy, The Guardian 29/09/2019