Frankie Bradshaw

2015 LINBURY PRIZE FINALIST

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Frankie is a set and costume designer based in London. After an Art & Design Foundation course at Wimbledon College of Art, she went on to gain 1st Class Honours for her BA in Theatre and Performance Design, at Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts.

She has worked across the UK in the West End and in venues including the National Theatre, the Donmar Warehouse, the Young Vic, the Royal Exchange in Manchester and Nottingham Playhouse.

In 2019 she won the Stage Debut award for Best Creative West End Debut with director Lynette Linton for their partnership on creating Sweat at the Gielgud in 2019. Frankie was also a Linbury Prize Finalist in 2015, a Jerwood Young Designer in 2017.

She was winner of the Off West-End Award for Best Set Design in 2016 for Adding Machine (Finborough Theatre) and was nominated for the Off West-End Award for Best Set Design in 2017 for Assata Taught Me (Gate Theatre)

Frankie has run workshops and educational projects for the Bush Theatre, English Touring Theatre and Whitecard Collective. She took part in the Donmar on Design Festival in 2018.

She has a particular interest in sustainability within performance design, and always seeks to be as eco-friendly in her work as possible.