- Jury Play
- Music is Torture
- Factor 9
- Al Poco Tiempo
- Grimm Tales
- Sitting Pretty
- The Dream Train
- The Maids
- Bugsy Malone
Adam//National Theatre of Scotland//Director Cora Bissett
Jury Play//Grid Iron//Director Ben Harrison
Music is Torture//Tron Theatre//Director Ben Harrison
Factor 9//Dogstar Theatre//Sweden, Denmark, Wales and Scotland //Director Ben Harrison
The impressive set, designed by Emily James, ingeniously houses the action, despite the expansive years covered over the course of the play.
Emily James’ set is a wonderful cross between a retro super-computer and a ghoulish medical lab.
Al Poco Tiempo//Seattle Dance Project// Erickson Theatre, Seattle
//Choreographer Ellie Sandstrom
Terracotta//Birmingham Rep/Hampstead Theatre//Director Marianne Elliott
The action is set on the roof of a south-London house, ingeniously designed by Emily James.
Grimm Tales//Dukes Theatre annual outdoor promenade production//Director Ian Hastings
Emily James’ designs are delightful: the edible abode in Hansel and Gretel is a caravan of confectionery that emerges spectacularly out of the woods.
Many of the scenes – such as the sweet house in Hansel and Gretel – are a sight to behold thanks to the creative talents of the set designer.
Sitting Pretty//Nuffield Theatre and national tour//Director John Doyle
A very ingenious and workable set.
The Maids//Rosemary Branch Theatre, London//Director Gari Jones
Bugsy Malone//The Drum, Plymouth Theatre Royal//Director Jill Prewett
The Dream Train//The Drum, Plymouth Theatre Royal//Director Jill Prewett