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Tim Mitchell

Tim Mitchell is a lighting designer. Tim designed the lighting for the original production of The Snowman.

Theatre credits include: Guys And Dolls (West End/ Chichester); Anything Goes (Sheffield Crucible); Taken At Midnight (2015 Knight of Illumination Award), The Rehearsal, Way Up Stream (Chichester Festival Theatre); Pressure (Lyceum Edinburgh/Chichester Festival Theatre); Goodnight Mr. Tom, Yes, Prime Minister, The Resistible Rise Of Arturo Ui, Rosencrantz And Guildenstern Are Dead and Singin’ In The Rain (West End/Chichester Festival Theatre); Kiss Me, Kate (Old Vic/Chichester Festival Theatre); The Winslow Boy (Old Vic); Hang (Royal Court); Stevie (Hampstead); Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (UK Tour); Yer Granny (NT Scotland); Oklahoma (Northampton/UK Tour); Of Mice And Men (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Dangerous Corner (UK Tour); Gaslight (Salisbury Playhouse); Nut (National Theatre, Shed); A Chorus Of Disapproval (Harold Pinter Theatre); The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe (Kensington Gardens); Seven Brides For Seven Brothers and The Sound Of Music (Regent’s Park); Crazy For You (Regent’s Park/Novello Theatre); Lend Me A Tenor (Gielgud/Theatre Royal Plymouth); Filumena, The Knot Of The Heart (Almeida); Merrily We Roll Along (Donmar); A Human Being Died That Night (Hampstead/South Africa); Hamlet (Japan/Sadler’s Wells); Dirty Dancing (West End/Canada/Europe/USA/South Africa/Asia); Sleeping
Beauty (NY/Barbican/Young Vic); Henry IV – parts I & II (Washington Shakespeare); The Play What I Wrote (Wydham’s Theatre/Lyceum Theatre, New York); Noises Off (Piccadilly Theatre/Brooks Atkinsons Theatre) and Pajama Game (Victoria Palace Theatre/Toronto).

Tim is an Associate Artist at the Royal Shakespeare Company where his credits include King and Country Season (Barbican), Volpone, The Death Of A Salesman, The Witch Of Edmonton, Henry IV -parts I & II, Richard II, The Orphan Of Zhao, Written On The Heart, The City Madam, Cardenio, Morte D’Arthur, Hamlet and Henry IV – parts I and II (Olivier Award nomination). Many of these have also transferred to the
West End, Japan or Washington.

Tim is also an Associate Artist at Chichester Festival Theatre where previous credits include: Amadeus, The Syndicate, The Master Builder and The Critic/The Real Inspector Hound.

Other regional theatre credits include: Relative Values (Theatre Royal Bath/UK Tour); Dr Faustus (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Tell Me On A Sunday (UK tour); My Fair Lady, Racing Demon (Sheffield Crucible); Forests, The Cherry Orchard (Birmingham Rep); A Month In The Country, Arsenic And Old Lace (Salisbury Playhouse) and The History Boys (Theatre Royal Bath/West Yorkshire Playhouse).

Opera and dance credits include productions for English National Opera, Mariinsky Theatre, Welsh National Opera, Scottish Ballet, Royal Opera House Linbury Studio, Birmingham Royal Ballet and Northern Ballet Theatre.

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