Nina Dunn

Nina Dunn © Rah Petherbridge Photography Conrad 17 Edit Bwsq

Nina made her Birmingham Royal Ballet debut in 2020 with Designs for Will Tuckett's Lazuli Sky. She returns in 2022 with Video designs for Carlos Acosta's new production of Don Quixote.

Nina has designed Video & Projections for a wide range of shows, working internationally and spanning theatre, opera, dance, musical theatre, immersive, fashion, opening ceremonies and live events and public art. She is also an educator within her industry, helping to devise and deliver undergraduate courses and mentoring programs in leading UK institutions.

Her work includes: The Shark Is Broken (West End); Hamlet (Young Vic); Extinct (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Lazuli Sky (Birmingham Royal Ballet); City of Angels (West End); 9 to 5 The Musical (West End / UK and Australia Tour); Der Freischütz, Macbeth (Wiener Staatsoper); Contagion (Shobana Jeyasingh Dance); The Flying Dutchman (ENO); La Traviata, Hippolyte et Aricie (Glyndebourne); Cinderella (Imagine Theatre); A Museum in Baghdad, Venice Preserved, Miss Littlewood, The Seven Acts of Mercy, Volpone (RSC); Plenty, Copenhagen, Fiddler on the Roof, Forty Years On (Chichester Festival Theatre), Cbeebies Hansel and Gretel (BBC); In he Night Garden Live (UK Tour); Going Through (Bush Theatre); Cookies (Theatre Royal Haymarket); The Mountaintop (Young Vic); No Man’s Land (Tour/West End); Alice’s Adventures Underground (LET / EBP) The Assassination of Katie Hopkins (Theatr Clwyd), The Box of  Delights (Wilton’s Music Hall), The Life, The Diary of a Teenage Girl, Usagi Yojimbo (Southwark Playhouse); The Damned United (West Yorkshire Playhouse / Tour); The Rocky Horror Show (European Tour); Spring Gala (Royal Opera House), Phantom of the Opera (Cameron Mackintosh, UK/US Tour), The Hook, Alone In Berlin (Royal & Derngate); Emperor and Galilean (National Theatre).

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