Projected artwork for Lighting the Sails created by 59 Productions commissioned by Vivid LIVE Festival in Sydney.
Natasha Chivers designed the lighting for Headlong's production of 1984 at the Almeida Theatre, in the West End and on tour.
Christine Walmesley-Cotham continues as the Hair and Make-up Designer for the fourth series of Wallander.
The Drowned Man: A Hollywood Fable by Punchdrunk, co-directed and choreographed Maxine Doyle.
Photo Credit: Birgit and Ralf
Treasure Island at the National Theatre designed by Lizzie Clachan, with movement by Jack Murphy.
Photo credit: Johan Persson
59 Productions designed the David Bowie Is Exhibition for the V&A Museum. The exhibition has since been produced in Berlin and Chicago and will be at the Australian Centre for Moving Image in Melbourne from July 2015
Mark Murphy was the Creative Lead & Director of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games Closing Ceremony. Emily-Jane Boyle was the choreographer.
Photo: Getty Images
Big Fish The Musical has opened on Broadway with set design by Julian Crouch and projections by 59 Productions.
Photographer: Paul Kolnik/The Hartman
3 Winters at the National Theatre with Movement by Jack Murphy
Photo credit:Ellie Kurttz
The video design for the National Theatre's production of War Horse is by Leo Warner and Mark Grimmer for Fifty Nine Productions. The production is now in the West End at the New London Theatreand Lincoln Centre in New York.
Great Britain at the National Theatre, with video and projections designed by 59 Productions.
National Theatre Wales' production of Praxis Makes Perfect, Lighting Design by Natasha Chivers and Video and Projections by Timothy Bird
Lizzie Powell has designed the lighting for A Christmas Carol at the Citizens Theatre, Glasgow
Ayse Tashkiran is creating the movement for the RSC’s production of The Shoemaker’s Holiday at the Swan Theatre.
Helen Woolfenden is designing costumes for the 2nd series of Uncle for Baby Cow Productions.
Jack Murphy has also created movement for the National’s production of 3 Winters.
Gary McCann has designed Flying into Daylight for Live Theatre.
Liam Steel is directing Merlin for Royal & Derngate in Northampton
EJ Boyle is choreographing Miracle on 34th Street for Pitlochry Festival Theatre and James and the Giant Peach for Dundee Rep.
Gary McCann has designed La Traviata for Bucharest National Opera
Christine Walmesley-Cotham designed the Hair & Make-up for the feature film Testament of Youth produced by Heyday Films and BBC Films. The film recently premiered at the London Film Festival to great reviews and is out on general release next year. See the trailer here.
Chahine Yavroyan is designing the lighting for Hope at the Royal Court.
Ben Wright is choreographing La Bohème for Washington National Opera.
Liam Steel has choreographed The Infidel – The Musical at Theatre Royal Stratford East.
Maxine Doyle has choreographed Electra at the Old Vic Theatre, co-produced with Sonia Friedman Productions.
You can also view the ‘Making of’ video here.
Christine Walmesley-Cotham returns as the Hair & Make-up designer for the fourth series Wallander for Left Bank Pictures
Colin Richmond has designed The Crucible for West Yorkshire Playhouse
Colin Richmond has designed Twelfth Night at the Sheffield Crucible, a co-production with English Touring Theatre.
Gary McCann has designed Dangerous Corner for Bill Kenwright Ltd which opens at Theatre Royal Windsor before commencing a UK Tour.
1984 has commenced it’s UK tour following it’s West End run with lighting designed by Natasha Chivers
59 Productions have designed the projections and animation for Great Britain, Richard Bean’s satire on the phone hacking scandal, now in the West End
Tony Awards 2014
59 Productions has undertaken a commission from Vivid LIVE Festival in Sydney to create a new projection artwork for the sails of the Sydney Opera House. Lighting The Sails has run every night from 29 May – 9 June 2014.
See their extraordinary work here.
Nick Powell is the sound designer for the RSC’s productions of Wolf Hall and Bring Up The Bodies which have transferred to the Aldwych Theatre in the West End.
We are deeply saddened to report the death of our much loved client and friend, Naomi Wilkinson, a designer of immense talent and a wonderful, kind and witty woman to boot. We will miss her dreadfully.
Naomi’s obituary in Herald Scotland
Naomi’s obituary in the Guardian
Dominic Hill on Naomi.
We are very please to announce that Ben Wright is the new Associate Artistic Director of Skanes Dansteater in Sweden. He will undertake the position from 2014 – 2018 and be responsible for the programming and artistic development of the company alongside the Artistic Director.
See what the critics are saying in the show’s TV commercial.
Exceptionally proud that the extraordinary Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games featured several AHA clients:
Projection Design was by 59 Productions led by Leo Warner, Lysander Ashton and Mark Grimmer who provided animation, film making, video design services – art directing the video components across all video surfaces in the stadium.
Mark Down and Nick Barnes of Blind Summit were the Puppetry Consultants for those amazing (and enormous) puppets of Captain Hook, the Queen of Hearts, Cruella de Vil and Voldemort.
Laura Cubitt was part of the Movement Team coordinating the thousands of performers who made it such a special show.
Gold Medals all round to Team AHA!
Ian Scott is the lighting designer for The 39 Steps at the Criterion Theatre.
59 Productions have designed the video for the 25th Anniversary production of Les Misérables which has played the UK, around the world and is now on Broadway.
The National Theatre’s War Horse, has just opened at the Lincoln Centre, New York and continues it’s record breaking run at the New London Theatre in the West End. The production’s video design is by Leo Warner and Mark Grimmer and Lysander Ashton for 59 Productions. See the new making-of video here.
The New York show was nominated for 5 Tony Awards including scenic design.
The entire creative team were awarded a special Drama Desk Award for their ‘thrilling stagecraft’.