Design

Miss Nightingale

The Vaults Theatre

Theatre Reviews for ‘Miss Nightingale’

“Callum MacDonald‘s biography says he’s “a fresh face to the theatre industry…..with a growing portfolio”. If the lighting on Miss Nightingale is indicative of his work then his portfolio will grow substantially, there’s plenty of room for someone with such talent for lighting. It’s not easy to put in a “pop-up” lighting rig but there are no compromises here in the design – it looks beautiful”

CATS

The Apex

Cyber Battle 2018

QEII Centre London

Barnum

Circus Fantasia Big Top

Travis Scott

Village Underground

Jekyll and Hyde

The Mercury Theatre

Les Misérables, Schools Edition

The Ipswich Corn Exchange

EADT for ‘Les Misérables, School Edition;

“The minimalist set was used well but, and it’s a silly gripe, there was too much black. At times it swallowed, rather than highlighted, the performances, but this was offset by the excellent lighting design.”

The Crucible

The Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds

NODA for ‘The Crucible’

“The stark puritan settings were splendid and the lighting design created the oppressive atmosphere well..”

A Streetcar Named Desire

The Sir John Mills Theatre & The Headgate Theatre

Ipswich Star for ‘A Streetcar Named Desire’

“enormously helped by a very atmospheric set which is lit brilliantly

9 to 5

The Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

The New Wolsey Theatre