Re-Creation & Adaptation
As Associate Lighting Designer or Lighting Adapter (sometimes also serving as Lighting Programmer), Rob’s current and recent work includes:
Consent: Transferring Nina Raine's acclaimed new play from the National Theatre to the Harold Pinter Theatre, working once again with Rick Fisher. [link]
Mata Hari: Working with Rick Fisher on acclaimed new production in Osaka, Japan.
Billy Elliot: Adapting and re-creating Rick Fisher's design and deputising for Rick on the last US Tour, the Dutch production, the recent UK tour and last year’s acclaimed Japanese production. [link]
Grease - The Musical: Adapting Guy Hoare’s design for the Leicester Curve production for a short run in Dubai.
Peter Pan - The Opera: Adapting and re-creating Bruno Poet's design for a run at the Komische Oper in Berlin. [link]
The Winter’s Tale: Adapting Neil Austin’s design for the Live Broadcast to Cinema as part of the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company season at the Garrick Theatre.
Romeo and Juliet: Adapting Howard Hudson's design for the Live Broadcast to Cinema (in black and white!) as part of the Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company season at the Garrick Theatre.
Equus: Lighting designer for the 2008 UK tour, adapting David Hersey’s original design to suit a tour that moved weekly. Nominated for the TMA Award for Best Lighting Design.
Mary Poppins: Adapting (with Oliver Fenwick) Howard Harrison’s design for the show’s first UK and US tour.
My Fair Lady: Tour lighting designer (with Oliver Fenwick), adapting David Hersey’s original design for the 2005 UK and 2007 US tours of the Cameron Mackintosh/National Theatre production. Nominated for Best Design in the US touring awards.