IAN SCOTT

LIGHTING DESIGNER

Training:

Mountview

Recent theatre includes:

Sons of the Desert (Royal Court, Liverpool); Touch Me (CoisCéim Dance Theatre); Where the Wild Things Are/Higglety Pigglety Pop! (Aldeburgh Festival); Blok/Eko (The Wrestling School); The Victorian in the Wall and The Summer House (Will Adamsdale/Fuel); and Reasons to Be Cheerful (Graeae).

Other theatre includes:

Corrie! (Lowry/UK Tour); Basket Case (Royal/Northampton/UK Tour); Be My Baby (Derby Theatre); The Three Musketeers (Unicorn Theatre); Our Friends in the North (Northern Stage); Longitude (Greenwich Theatre); Blasted and Peeling (Graeae); Billy Wonderful and The May Queen (Liverpool Everyman); Animal Farm (West Yorkshire Playhouse); People at Seat (Salisbury Playhouse); Duck! (Unicorn Theatre); Dancing At Lughnasa (Lyric, Belfast); Static (Suspect Culture and Graeae); Oh What A Lovely War (National Theatre); If You Were Me (Library Theatre); Knots (CoisCéim Dance Theatre); They’re Playing Our Song (Menier Chocolate Factory); Sinner (Stan Won’t Dance); Blown (Drum, Plymouth); Observe the Sons of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme (Abbey Theatre – Best Lighting Design, IRISH TIMES Theatre Awards); Proper Clever (Liverpool Playhouse); Timeless, Mainstream and Lament (Suspect Culture); Europe (BITE/Dundee Rep); Child of the Divide (Tamasha); Knives in Hens (Arcola Theatre); Dysfunction (Soho Theatre); Unheimlich Spine (David Glass Ensemble); Taylor’s Dummies (Gecko); Flat Stanley (WYP/Polka Theatre); Frogs (NT/Nottingham Playhouse); The Grapes of Wrath and Caledonia Dreaming (7:84); Slamdunk (Nitro); Two Step (Push@Almeida); Henry IV Part One (the Peacock, Dublin); Crazy Horse (Paines Plough and Tara Arts) and Stalinland (Citizens Theatre).