von Patrick Marber
9 April – 12 Mai 2018

Nick Richings

Nick’s West End designs include: Nell Gwynn (Apollo Theatre & Shakespeare’s Globe); Forbidden Broadway and Just Jim Dale (Vaudeville Theatre); Monty Python’s Spamalot (Playhouse Theatre); Simply the Best (Savoy Theatre – Olivier Award nomination for Best New Musical); La Cage aux Folles (Olivier Award winner of Best Musical Revival 2009, which transferred to Broadway – Tony Award nomination for Best Lighting and Tony Award winner of Best Musical 2010); Damon Albarn’s Monkey: Journey to the West (Royal Opera House and also Lincoln Center in New York, Paris and the O2); Whistle Down the Wind (Palace Theatre and US tour); The Rocky Horror Show (Playhouse Theatre); Beautiful and Damned (Lyric, Shaftesbury Avenue); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (New London Theatre); Simon Callow’s The Mystery of Charles Dickens (Albery Theatre, which also transferred to Broadway); Aspects of Love (Prince of Wales Theatre); 42nd Street and Barnum (Dominion Theatre); Fiddler on the Roof, starring Topol, and Scrooge, starring Tommy Steele (London Palladium); A Slip of the Tongue, with John Malkovich (Shaftesbury Theatre) and Derren Brown: Something Wicked This Way Comes (winner of the 2006 Olivier Award for Best Entertainment – Cambridge Theatre).

UK tours include: Cilla the Musical, Ghost, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, The Glenn Miller Story, The Sound of Music, Jesus Christ Superstar, Monty Python’s Spamalot, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Blood Brothers, Starlight Express, Spend Spend Spend! (TMA winner of Best Regional Musical 2009), Strictly Come Dancing: the Professionals, Armstrong and Miller – Live, The Rocky Horror Show, Laughter in the Rain, Jekyll & Hyde and Guys and Dolls.

International work includes: Ghost (Moscow); Saturday Night Fever, Mary Poppins, The Producers, Beauty and the Beast and Chess (all Copenhagen); A Sigh of Love (Shanghai Ballet); The Rocky Horror Show (Korea, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand); Grease (which is playing major cities across Europe); Cinderella; Tokyo, Farewell My Concubine in Beijing, and Rent, The 39 Steps, I Do! I Do!, Romeo & Juliette, and, The Woman in Black for Vienna’s English Theatre.