PHILIPPA BATT - COSTUME DESIGNER



Pippa trained at Cleveland College of Art and Design before undertaking a Postgraduate Diploma in Theatre Costume at RADA.


As Costume Designer – As Is (Finborough Theatre), Measure For Measure (Union Theatre), Rooms (Finborough Theatre), Bespoke designs for London Fashion Week, A Winter’s Tale (Landor Theatre), Passing By (Finborough Theatre), The Thing About Men (The Landor Theatre) Much Ado About Nothing (GBS Theatre for NYU), The Pied Piper  (Highworth School), Twelfth Night (Vanbrugh Theatre), As You Like It (Changeling Touring Theatre).

Credits as costume supervisor include: Applause (Bridewell Threatre), My Favourite Year (Bridewell Theatre), Peter Pan (Camberley Theatre), Soho Cinders (Soho Theatre), From Up Here (Pitch Perfect Musicals), Carnival (Bridewell Theatre), Allegro (Bridewell Theatre), The Brothers Karamazov (GBS Theatre), Saturday Night (Vanbrugh Theatre), Dealing With Clair (GBS Theatre), The House of Special Purpose (GBS Theatre), Possessed (Vanbrugh Theatre), Romeo and Juliet (RADA Enterprises Ltd for Cunard Cruises), Canterbury Tales (RADA Enterprises Ltd for Cunard Cruises).
As temporary wardrobe supervisor - Looking Over The Dragon (Oyster Films), Tanzi Libre (Southwark Playhouse). As Wardrobe Assistant - Much Ado About Nothing (Ludlow Festival), Oh! What A Lovely War (Vanbrugh Theatre), Our Lady of Sligo (GBS Theatre), The Young Idea (Vanbrugh Theatre), A Waste of Time (GBS Theatre), The Crucible (Vanbrugh Theatre), Our Town (GBS Theatre), All About My Mother (Vanbrugh Theatre), Floyd Collins (Southwark Playhouse), A Celebration of Youth in the Arts (Buckingham Palace for The Prince's Trust). As Costume Maker - Carmen (Co-Opera Co), The Magic Flute (Co-Opera Co), Robin Hood (Bancroft School), A Night With Anne Reid, All The Great Books (Belmondo Hat Productions, Dubai).

 



CHARLIE JACKSON – RESIDENT MUSICAL DIRECTOR / COMPOSER

 

Charlie is a composer, orchestrator/arranger, musical director and performer with connections in Bedford, Cambridge, London and Cardiff. Having studied contemporary classical composition at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, this area remains his main focus. Ever keen to broaden his sense of musicality, Charlie plays viola for Cambridge Sinfonietta and Cambridge Concert Orchestra, and has sung in the past with Bedford Choral Society. Quick to adapt his style and skills to suit new projects, Charlie is a versatile musician which has seen him in demand both as a composer and performer.