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Association of Lighting Designers

Olivier-award winning lighting designer Natasha Chivers tells Liz Hoggard about her working relationship with director Robert Icke, being a woman in a male-dominated field...

Anyone lucky enough to have seen Ian Rickson’s magnetic recent production of Duncan Macmillan’s version of Ibsen’s Rosmersholm at the Duke of York’s will...

Bruno Poet tells Nick Smurthwaite about the importance of tungsten lighting following the proposed EU ban, going on tour with Sigur Ros and Bjork...

Do you want to work backstage? Operating a lighting or sound console is what most people have in mind when considering a career as...

Backstage theatre workers are being "pushed to breaking point" due to a lack of work-life balance, with a "regular expectation to work 15-hour days",...

As technology develops, lighting programmers are a ever more vital part of a production’s creative team. Johanna Town, chair of the Association of Lighting...

The Association of Lighting Designers has launched a £35,000 fundraising drive to compensate freelances including Paule Constable, who put “their own careers on hold”...

As the cost of traditional routes into technical theatre rise, professional bodies and theatre companies are stepping in, with support and training structures for...

I promised to write more about the saga of lighting and European Union rules as soon as there was more. And now there is...
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