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Nick Richings

Lighting Designer


Recent work includes: Priscilla Queen of the Desert – UK Tour, Jesus Christ Superstar – UK Tour, The Sound Of Music – UK Tour, Forbidden Broadway – West End & The Menier Chocolate Factory, Blood Brothers – UK Tour, Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat - 2014 UK Tour, The Seagull, Educating Rita, Mother Courage – The Library Theatre at the Lowry, Manchester, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers – UK Tour, Sleuth, The Witches of Eastwick – The Watermill, The Rocky Horror Show Australia & 2012 UK Tour, The Mystery Of Charles Dickens – The Playhouse Theatre London, Ben Hur – The Watermill Theatre, Starlight Express – U.K. Tour, Simply The Best – Hackney Empire & West End, A Round Heeled Woman – Riverside Studios and West End, La Cage Aux Folles – U.S. Tour, The Marriage of Figaro – The Watermill Theatre, Hard Times – The Library Theatre Manchester, Brother Loves Travelling Salvation Show – UK Tour, Spamalot - UK Tour and London, Strictly Come Dancing – The Professionals,   La Cage Aux Folles, West End & Broadway (Tony nomination best Lighting and Tony Award winner Best Musical 2010),  Laughter In The Rain – The Neil Sedaka Story, Spend, Spend, Spend – The Watermill Theatre & UK Tour, Glengarry Glen Ross, Rock & Roll and Relatively Speaking – The Library Theatre Manchester, Monkey - Journey to the West, The Royal Opera House and O2 Arena; The Rocky Horror Show, The Playhouse Theatre and UK Tour; Whistle Down the Wind – The Palace Theatre; A Man For All Seasons - Theatre Royal Haymarket; Joseph & the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat - The New London Theatre; Beautiful & Damned – The Lyric Shaftesbury Avenue; Icons in London at The Venue; Wait Until Dark, The Garrick Theatre; Sleuth, The Apollo Theatre; The Mystery of Charles Dickens – The  Albery Theatre; Fallen Angels, Jesus My Boy, The Apollo Theatre; Aspects of Love, What A Show, South Pacific, The Prince of Wales Theatre; Fiddler on the Roof starring Topol, and Scrooge starring Tommy Steele both at The London Palladium, Derren Brown – Something Wicked This Way Comes (winner 2006 Olivier Award best entertainment) at The Cambridge Theatre.

International work includes: Monkey: Journey to the West  - Lincoln Centre NY, Farewell To My Concubine – Reignwood Theatre Beijing, China. The Secret Life of Nora – Maylaysian National Theatre, A Sigh of Love - Shanghai Ballet Company, The Rocky Horror Show – Australia, Seoul, Copenhagen. Mary Poppins – Copenhagen, Monkey: Journey to the West in America and Paris, The Mystery of Charles Dickens Broadway, US tours of Scrooge and Whistle Down the Wind. High School Musical, The Producers, Beauty and the Beast, Showboat, Copacabana, Chess - Copenhagen, Rent and Gaslight at the English Theatre, Frankfurt and I Do! I Do!, Romeo & Juliette, and, The Woman In Black for Vienna’s English Theatre. Grease – Germany – European Tour and Byblos Festival, Lebanon,

Opera credits include Falstaff, which was named “Best Opera Production” by the Manchester Evening News; Menotti’s The Consul for Opera Holland Park in London; and Il Turco in Italia for Broomhill Opera.

For further information go to: www.nickrichings.com