Photograph from The Tin Drum - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Bettrys Jones and Damon Duanno | Photographer: Steve Tanner
Photograph from The Tin Drum - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Sarah Wright and Bettrys Jones | Photographer: Steve Tanner
Photograph from The Tin Drum - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Patrycja Kujawska as Joe Koljaiczek | Photographer: Steve Tanner
Photograph from The Tin Drum - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
The Company | Photographer: Steve Tanner
Photograph from The Tin Drum - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Photographer: Steve Tanner

The Tin Drum

by
with Malcolm Rippeth as Lighting Designer
, then touring
Yes

Director:

Choreographer:

Set designer:

Sound designer:

Dates: 
28/09/2017 to 23/12/2017

Show type:

Designer's notes: 
https://youtu.be/D1KXcmFrJW4

Production photographs

Photograph from The Tin Drum - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Photograph from The Tin Drum - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Photograph from The Tin Drum - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Photograph from The Tin Drum - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Photograph from The Tin Drum - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Photograph from The Tin Drum - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Photograph from The Tin Drum - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Photograph from The Tin Drum - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Photograph from The Tin Drum - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth
Photograph from The Tin Drum - lighting design by Malcolm Rippeth

Press quotes

Moreover, it is beautifully lit by Malcolm Rippeth.
James Ballands, British Theatre Guide 21/10/2017
The Tin Drum certainly makes you think, with Malcolm Rippeth's brooding lighting design a permanent reminder of the dark nature of this production.
Phil Hopkins, The Yorkshire Times 19/10/2017
Stunningly sculpted by Malcolm Rippeth’s lighting, its faded walls, decaying grandeur and scattered rubble are an ever-present reminder of the destruction human beings are capable of wreaking on one another, as well as of the beauty we have created in the world.
Catherine Love, The Guardian 06/10/2017
Played out on a richly designed and lit stage, this is glorious, anarchic storytelling, with the ability to captivate as well as challenge its audience.
Nigel Smith, The Stage 05/10/2017