Bunny Christie is a multi-award-winning production designer. She is the set and costume designer of Animal Farm.
Bunny’s theatre credits include many productions for the National Theatre, most recently creating After Life which re-opened The Dorfman Theatre, and including the multi award-winning production of The Curious Incident Of The Dog In The Night Time (also Apollo Theatre/Gielgud Theatre/Ethel Barrymore Theatre, New York/UK and Worldwide Tour; Olivier and Tony Awards for Best Set Design); People Places And Things (Wyndham’s Theatre, St Ann’s Warehouse New York/Touring); Husbands And Sons (National Theatre/Royal Exchange Manchester); The Red Barn (National Theatre; Evening Standard Best Design Award); The White Guard and A Streetcar Named Desire (National Theatre; Olivier Awards for both).
Other recent theatre includes Company (Gielgud Theatre/Bernard B. Jacobs Theatre, New York; Olivier Award for Best Set Design); A Midsummer Nights Dream (The Bridge Theatre); The Wild Duck, Ink (Almeida Theatre/Duke Of York’s Theatre/Samuel J. Friedman Theatre, New York; Evening Standard Best Design Award and Tony Award nomination); Made In Dagenham (Adelphi Theatre); If You Kiss Me, Kiss Me (Young Vic); The Vagina Monologues (The Royal Albert Hall/Arts Theatre), and the all-female Henry IV and Julius Caesar (Donmar Warehouse/St Ann’s Warehouse, New York).
Bunny’s opera work includes Tosca and the world premiere of André Previn’s Brief Encounter (Houston Grand Opera) and Medea (ENO/Geneva Grand Opera).
Her film credits include Swansong with John Gielgud (nominated for an Academy Award for Best Short Film).