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Nick Richings

Nick Richings’ West End designs include: La Cage aux Folles (Olivier Award-winner of Best Musical Revival 2009,which transferred to Broadway - Tony nomination for Best Lighting and Tony Award-winner of Best Musical 2010);Damon Albarn’s Monkey: Journey to the West (the Royal Opera House, also North America, Paris and the O2); Soul Sister (Savoy Theatre);Whistle Down the Wind (the Palace Theatre and US tour); The... Read more >>

Nick Richings

Nick Richings Overview

Nick Richings’ West End designs include: La Cage aux Folles (Olivier Award-winner of Best Musical Revival 2009,which transferred to Broadway - Tony nomination for Best Lighting and Tony Award-winner of Best Musical 2010);Damon Albarn’s Monkey: Journey to the West (the Royal Opera House, also North America, Paris and the O2); Soul Sister (Savoy Theatre);Whistle Down the Wind (the Palace Theatre and US tour); The Rocky Horror Show (the Playhouse Theatre); Beautiful and Damned (the Lyric, Shaftesbury Avenue); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (the New London Theatre); Simon Callow’s The Mystery of Charles Dickens (the Albery Theatre, which also transferred to Broadway); Aspects of Love (Prince of Wales Theatre); 42nd Street, Barnum (Dominion Theatre); Fiddler on the Roof, starring Topol, and Scrooge, starring Tommy Steele (both at the London Palladium); A Slip of the Tongue, with John Malkovich (the Shaftesbury Theatre); and Derren Brown: Something Wicked This Way Comes (winner of the 2006 Olivier Award for Best Entertainment, at the Cambridge Theatre).

UK tours include: Starlight Express, Spend Spend Spend! (TMA-winner of Best Regional Musical 2009), Strictly Come Dancing: the Professionals, Armstrong & Miller: Live, The Rocky Horror Show, Laughter in the Rain and Jekyll & Hyde.

International work includes: A Sigh of Love (Shanghai Ballet); The Rocky Horror Show (Korea, Singapore and New Zealand); Grease (which is playing major cities across Europe); Cinderella (Japan); Mary Poppins, The Producers, Beauty and the Beast and Chess (Copenhagen) and Farewell My Concubine in Beijing. Future projects include: The Woman in Black (Vienna) and Mother Courage (Manchester).

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