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Isla Shaw


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''The Linbury Prize certainly propelled me forwards into the industry and gave me the chance to work with a great company at the Royal Lyceum where I learnt so much at the start of my career. It has opened doors for me for the past twenty years, as it taught me to always aim high, push boundaries and make every element as beautiful as it can be, as well as to strip things away and use only what is necessary to tell a story.’’

Isla Shaw, Designer

Trained Wimbledon School of Art, & Swinburne University, Australia. She won the Linbury prize for “Phaedra” at the Royal Lyceum Theatre Edinburgh.

Opera includes: “La Rondine” (BYO Peacock Theatre),“The Barber of Seville” (Denmark), “Maria De Buenos Aires” (Norwich Theatre Royal), “From Berlin to Broadway” (Denmark), “Grabmusick” & “Bastien and Bastienne” (Germany).

Theatre includes: “Magic Beach” (CDP), “The Midnight Gang” (CDP), “ Fully Sikh” (Black Swan and Barking Gecko), “Cat in the Hat” (Leicester Curve) “My Robot” (Barking Gecko), “Pink Sari Revolution” (Leicester Curve), “The Importance of Being Earnest” (Birmingham Rep, Leicester Curve), “Wipers” Leicester Curve, “The Witches” (Leicester Curve and Tour) "What Falls Apart" (Live Theatre), “The Gruffalo” (The Lyric Westend), "Emily Brown and The Thing", ”My Brother the Robot”, (all Tall Stories), "Frisky and Mannish - (Tour), “Angelina Ballerina” (Tour), “A Midsummer Nights Dream” (Shakespeare’s Globe), “Snail and the Whale” & “Mr Benn” (Tall Stories)”,“Macbeth” (Shakespeare’s Globe), “Jump”, “The Garden of Dreams” (Live Theatre), “Frisky and Mannish” (UK Tour), “The Lonely Hearts Club” (Australia) , “Checklist for an Armed Robber” (Australia “The Gruffalo’s Child”, (Tall Stories), “The Wedding Singer” (Mark Goucher –Tour), “Copenhagen” & “Neville’s Island” (The Watermill Theatre), “Clown” (Bristol Old Vic), “The Memory of Water” (Stellar Quines), “The Argument”, & “Three Dark Tales” (Theatre O) “Skin Deep” (Warehouse Theatre), “Desire Under the Elms” (RSC ) “Phaedra” (The Royal Lyceum).

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