Lighting Programming: Shows


As Lighting Programmer from 1994 to the present, Rob’s work has included:

Carnival Magic for John A Williams, Thailand [link]

Man of La Mancha for Rick Fisher, London [link]
Waitress for Ken Billingon, London [link]
Consent for Rick Fisher, London [link]
Mata Hari for Rick Fisher, Japan
Wynn Macau Kinetic Feature for Woodroffe Bassett Design

For David Hersey:
Cats (London); Les Misérables (Palace and Queen’s Theatres London, UK tour, Australia, Belgium, New York, 10th Anniversary Concert); Miss Saigon (London, UK tours); Oliver! (London, UK tour, Australia); Martin Guerre (London); Oklahoma! (London, New York, US tour - Tony Nomination for Best Lighting); ; My Fair Lady (London); Anything Goes (London); Piaf (UK Tour, London); The Coast of Utopia (NT); Equus (London, New York - Tony Nomination for Best Lighting); Hey Mr Producer (London); Jesus Christ Superstar (London); Merrily We Roll Along (London), Showboat (London).

For Neil Austin:
Red (New York - Tony Award for Best Lighting; also associate lighting designer); Hamlet (London, Elsinore, New York - Tony Nomination for Best Lighting);  Macbeth (Manchester International Festival, Park Armory New York, also associate lighting designer); Shakespeare in Love (London, also associate lighting designer); Babes In Arms (Cardiff); Cinderella (UK tour); The Children’s Hour (London); Spelling Bee (London); Betty Blue Eyes (London), Death and the Maiden (London); The Browning Version / South Downs (London); Evita (New York, US Tour); School for Scandal (Bath); Sunshine Boys (London, LA); Finding Neverland (Leicester); The Hothouse (London); Le Corsaire (ENB); Port (NT, also associate lighting designer); Henry V (London); Bend It Like Beckham (London, also associate lighting designer); The Winter’s Tale (London); Harlequinade / All On Her Own (London).

For Rick Fisher:
Billy Elliot (US Tour, Holland, UK Tour, Japan, also associate lighting designer); Cinderella (Los Angeles);  Dracula (UK tour); Lenny (London); Inside Wagner’s Head (Plymouth); Mata Hari (Japan).

For Bruno Poet:
Peter Pan: The Opera (Berlin, also associate lighting designer); I Puritani (Greece); Tess (UK Tour); From Berlin to Broadway (Copenhagen), Antarctica (London).

For Jules Fisher & Peggy Eisenhauer:
My Week With Marilyn (film).

For Peter Kaczorowski:
Beautiful (London); Driving Miss Daisy (London).

For Howard Harrison:
Martin Guerre (UK Tour, US Tour), Putting It Together (New York); The Witches of Eastwick (London, Australia); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (London, New York); Ragtime (London); Oleanna (London); The Master Builder (London); Mary Poppins (London, New York); Guys and Dolls (London).

For Ken Billington:
Chicago (London), Annie (London).

For Jenny Kagan:
Pan (Australia); Oliver! (US Tour); Miss Saigon (UK Tour), All You Need Is Love (Bromley);  The Sacred Ellington (European tour).

For John A Williams:
The Rite of Spring (Hong Kong); Phuket FantaSea (Thailand); The Taming of the Shrew (Hong Kong).

For Patrick Woodroffe:
Les Misérables - 10th Anniversary Concert (London).

and shows for others including:
Dee Ashworth, Joe Atkins, Paule Constable, Ian Davidson, Chris Ellis, Oliver Fenwick, Brian Harris, Mark Henderson, Howard Hudson, Donald Holder, David Howe, Mark Jonathan, David W Kidd, Marilyn Lowey, Paul Marantz, Ted Mather, Tim Mitchell, Simon Mills, Richard Pilbrow, Paul Pyant, Tim Routledge, Norm Schwab, Tony Simpson, Jason Taylor, Jack Thompson, Johanna Town, Hugh Vanstone, Dan Walker, James Whiteside.

[Complete Resume]




Les Misérables  - a flag of light created to celebrate ten years; the show still going strong after more than thirty years!

Les Misérables - a flag of light created to celebrate ten years; the show still going strong after more than thirty years!