Лора Хопкинс


Laura graduated in interior architecture before training at the Motley Theatre Design Course.

Winner of the 2005 TMA Award for Best Theatre Design (Jerusalem). Winner of the 2004 TMA Award for Best Theatre Design (Dr Faustus). Winner of the 2001 TMA Award for Best Theatre Design (Mr Heracles). Nominated for the 2006 TMA Award for Best Theatre Design.

Current and recent designs include: Othello, Jekyll and Hyde (National Youth Theatre), No End to Enderby/The Muse (Manchester International festival), Grapes of Wrath (Nuffield Theatre, Southampton), Annie get your Gun (Sheffield Crucible), Tosca (Teatro della Muse, Ancona), The Tempest (Great Yarmouth Hippodrome), In-Nocentes (National Youth Dance Theatre, Sadler’s Wells), Opening Skinner’s Box (Improbable Theatre), Lanark (Citz/EIF, Winner Best Design, Critic’s Awards Theatre Scotland), I am Thomas (Told by and Idiot/NTS), The Oresteia (Home, nominated for Best Design, Manchester Theatre Awards), The Insatiable Inflatable Candylion (National Theatre Wales), A Christmas Carol (Houston Grand Opera), The Seagull (Headlong Theatre), Troilus and Cressida (The Wooster Group/RSC), Dr Faustus (Headlong Theatre, winner Best Design TMA awards), Lullaby, Lady Malcolm’s Servants Ball, Gross Indecency and The Class Club for Duckie, Othello, Beautiful Burnout and Stockholm for Frantic Assembly, The Pass (Royal Court); Black Watch and Peter Pan (NTS), The Golden Ass, The Storm and Macbeth (Shakepeare’s Globe), Farewell to Arms, Hotel Methuselah and Kellerman (Imitating the Dog), Mister Heracles (WYP, winner, Best Design TMA awards), Cosi Fan Tutte (ENO), Falstaff (ENO/Opera North); Othello (Derngate, nominated for Best Design, TMA), Ghost Train, Too Clever by Half, You Can’t Take it with You (Manchester Royal Exchange), The Rake’s Progress (WNO), Carnesky’s Ghost Train (a visual theatre ride).