Georgia Lowe

2011 LINBURY PRIZE FINALIST

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"Being a finalist in The Linbury Prize in 2011 gave my career a huge step up- not only did it give my work a fantastic platform, but I also developed more confidence to make necessary contacts within the industry.

Being one of the judges this year has been an honour. What struck me most was the enormous amount of ingenuity and self-discipline these designers have had in the face of what has been a very tricky couple of years. The Linbury Prize is an opportunity to nurture this talent and this year in particular, to give all the finalists the chance to work on a large-scale show with an established designer."

Georgia Lowe, Designer

Georgia trained on the Motley Theatre Design course and was a Linbury Prize finalist in 2011.

She was trainee Designer for the RSC. Recent stage designs include: Dick Wittington (Olivier, National Theatre); All Of Us (Dorfman, National Theatre); Macbeth (The Globe, Playing Shakespeare); 1st Luv (The Big House); Mr Gum and the Dancing Bear- the Musical! (Dorfman, National Theatre); Plenty (Chichester Festival Theatre); Equus (Trafalgar Studios/Theatre Royal Stratford East/ETT); Cock (Chichester, Minerva Theatre); A Streetcar Named Desire (Nuffield Theatre/English Touring Theatre); Queens of the Coal Age (Royal Exchange); An Octoroon (National Theatre/Orange Tree Theatre); Death of a Salesman (Royal & Derngate/Tour); Othello (Tobacco Factory/English Touring Theatre); The Twits (Leicester Curve/Tour); The Night Watch (Royal Exchange).

She also recently designed the set and costumes for the Unicorn Theatre digital film of The Twits, directed by Ned Bennett.