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, 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!