ALICE POWER

SET AND COSTUME DESIGNER

Recent work includes Upstart Crow by Ben Elton starring David Mitchell and Gemma Whelan directed by Sean Foley at The Gielgud Theatre, A Christmas Carol for Liverpool Playhouse and Spymonkey, Noel Coward’s Present Laughter for Chichester Festival Theatre, Moliere’s The Miser at The Garrick Theatre starring Gryff Rhys Jones and Lee Mack, The Painkiller adapted and directed by Sean Foley for The Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company season at The Garrick Theatre, starring Kenneth Branagh and Rob Bryden; The Walworth Farce by Enda Walsh at the Olympia Theatre Dublin starring Brendan, Domhnall and Brian Gleeson; Olivier award winning  Jeeves and Wooster in Perfect Nonsense at the Duke of Yorks Theatre starring Stephen Mangan and Matthew Macfdyen, directed by Sean Foley; 

A Mad World My Masters by Thomas Middleton at the RSC’s Swan Theatre, Barbican and UK tour; Joe Orton’s farce What the Butler Saw at The Vaudeville Theatre; the live show for BBC1’s BAFTA-winning double act Armstrong and Miller; and Joan Rivers: A Work in Progress  at the Edinburgh Festival and Leicester Square Theatre.

 

Alice designed and invented visual comedy for The Right Size between 1991 and 2006. She designed their Olivier Award-winning and Tony-nominated productions of The Play What I Wrote and Ducktastic!, both directed by Kenneth Branagh.   

 

Other Right Size shows include: Moose, Hold Me Down, Penny Dreadful, Baldy Hopkins and Bewilderness.

Other designs for the West End include: Kathy Burke’s production of Betty by Karen McLachlan and Do You Come Here Often? by the Right Size which won the Olivier Award  for Best Entertainment in 1999.

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