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Alice Power

Alice Power is the designer for The Play What I Wrote.

Recent work includes Upstart Crow by Ben Elton starring David Mitchell (Gielgud Theatre); Gemma Whelan directed by Sean Foley (The Gielgud Theatre); A Christmas Carol (Liverpool Playhouse/Spymonkey); Noel Coward’s Present Laughter (Chichester Festival Theatre); Moliere’s The Miser starring Gryff Rhys Jones and Lee Mack (The Garrick Theatre); The Painkiller, starring Kenneth Branagh and Rob Bryden and adapted and directed by Sean Foley for The Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company season (The Garrick Theatre); The Walworth Farce by Enda Walsh, starring Brendan, Domhnall and Brian Gleeson (Olympia Theatre Dublin); Olivier award winning Jeeves And Wooster In Perfect Nonsense starring Stephen Mangan and Matthew Macfdyen, directed by Sean Foley (The Duke of Yorks Theatre); A Mad World My Masters by Thomas Middleton (RSC Swan Theatre/Barbican/UK tour); Joe Orton’s farce What The Butler Saw, Kathy Burke’s production of Betty by Karen Mclachlan (The Vaudeville Theatre); the live show for BBC1’s BAFTA-winning double act Armstrong And Miller; and Joan Rivers: A Work in Progress (Edinburgh Festival/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, Bewilderness and Do You Come Here Often? by the Right Size which won the Olivier Award for Best Entertainment in 1999.