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Tomás Palmer


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Tomás Palmer is a Scottish / Brazilian designer who creates work for theatre, new writing, dance, opera and musicals. Collaboration and conversations lie at the heart of his process and his work spans both unusual and conventional spaces.

Tomás trained at the Glasgow School of Art and the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama. He was the production designer on the BAFTA and BIFA Award winning short film Too Rough in 2022.

Theatre Design credits include: Multiple Casualty Incident (Yard Theatre), Liberation Squares (Nottingham Playhouse), Dreaming and Drowning (Bush Theatre), Blue Mist (Royal Court); The Bacchae (Lyric Hammersmith); Julius Caesar (co-costume design with Rosanna Vize, RSC); My Uncle Is Not Pablo Escobar (Brixton House); Sanctuary (Access All Areas); Sophocles’ Oedipus / Silent Practice (LAMDA); The Wellspring (co-design with Rosie Elnile, Royal and Derngate); Time Is Running Out (Gate Theatre, Cardiff); Winning (Glasgow School of Art); Autocue (Centre for Contemporary Art Glasgow).

Associate design credits include: The Cherry Orchard (Yard, ETT, Home Manchester); Sound of The Underground (Royal Court).

Other Awards include:
Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation grant award, placement for design graduate at the Sherman Theatre, 2021.
PQ STUDIO Special Edition, 2020.

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