All performances in August and September are cancelled
To limit the spread of infection of the novel corona virus (covid-19), we are cancelling all public events until 30 September.

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Fly Davis

Fly Davis is an award winning Set and Costume Designer for the stage. She trained at RADA as a theatre technician before specialising in set and costume design at the internationally acclaimed Motley, school of design, and graduated in 2009. Recently Fly was nominated for Lawrence Olivier Award for Best Costume Design 2019 for Caroline or Change at Playhouse Theatre. Originally from the south of England where she studied drama and fine art and was awarded the ADFAS scholarship for excellence on a one year art foundation which started her path towards becoming a designer.

Examples of productions designed by Fly Davies are Tao of Glass with Philip Glass and Improbable (Manchester International Festival), Appropriate (Donmar), Vassa (Almeida), Caroline, Or Change nominated for Best Costume Olivier Award (West End), Pericles, Beginning, I Want My Hat Back, Comedy of Errors (National Theatre); Macbeth (RSC/Barbican); The Hour That We Knew Nothing Of Each Other; The Winter’s Tale (Royal Lyceum Theatre); The Prudes; (Royal Court); Othello (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, The Globe); A Tale of Two Cities; Oliver Twist (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Our Town; A Streetcar Named Desire; Scuttlers (Manchester Royal Exchange); Barbarians; Trade (Young Vic); The Last Remains of Maisie Duggan (National Theatre Ireland); The Glass Menagerie (Headlong UK Tour); Opera for the Unknown Woman (Fuel UK Tour); I’d Rather Goya Robbed Me of My Sleep Than Some Other Arsehole; Image of an Unknown Young Woman (Winner – Off West End Best Set Design) (Gate Theatre). As Costume Designer: Shipwreck (Almeida), Unreachable (Royal Court)

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