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Lucy Osborne

Lucy Osborne

Lucy is an award-winning international set and costume designer with extensive experience in the UK, North America and Sweden.  She trained at the Motley theatre design school and her recent work includes designs for Complicite at the National Theatre, Wermland Opera, Sweden, Donmar Warehouse, Manchester International Festival, and The Armory in New York.  Forthcoming work includes new costume designs and scenography for Les Miserables, Smålands Musik Och Teater, Sweden and Uncle Vanya for Theatr Clwyd and Sheffield Theatres.

She was the recipient of a Jeff Award for Best Scenic Design for Twelfth Night (Chicago Shakespeare Theatre), and a UK Theatre Award for Best Touring Production for Translations (English Touring Theatre, Sheffield Theatres and Rose Kingston).

She is a co-founder of studio three sixty°, a design collective dedicated to designing unique pop-up performance spaces and temporary venues.  studio three sixty° were recipients of The Stage Awards 'Theatre Building of the Year 2015' for the design of Paines Plough's 'Roundabout', the world's first flatpack theatre.  Their first multi-use venue "The Mix" launched in Summer 2016 at the Wilderness Festival in Oxfordshire and this year has travelled across the UK.

Lucy recently joined Charcoalblue as a consultant on auditorium design.  Charcoalblue were founded in 2004 and are based across four studios in London, Bristol, New York and Melbourne.  Their portfolio ranges from world-famous companies like the Royal Shakespeare Company, the Royal National Theatre and Glyndebourne Festival Opera, to cutting-edge outfits such as Siobhan Davies Dance and St Ann’s Warehouse in New York.

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