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© Declan Randall Design 2017
“Lighting design is about story telling. Of course, visibility is important, but I believe that the lighting design should tell the story and help support and drive the narrative at all times”
- Declan Randall
Declan Randall has been designing lighting, sets and projection for more than 21 years and has over 400 production credits to his name. Over the years Declan has worked extensively in theatre, dance, opera and musicals but his work has also extended to film, television, live events and architecture. He has worked internationally and his work has been seen on Broadway and the West End as well as in Australia, Canada, India, China, South Africa, Europe and the United Kingdom. In addition to design, Declan also lectures in lighting design at various colleges around the UK and has also hosted weekend Lighting Masterclasses in South Africa.
Declan has, in addition to his prolific freelance career, served as Resident Lighting Designer at the Market Theatre in Johannesburg, as well as for the State Theatre Dance Company, Jozi Dance, The Black Ties Ensemble and Opera Africa. Declan has been nominated for several awards and has won “Best Lighting Design” for his work on “African Footprint”, “Shopping & F***ing” and “Coupe”. He was recently triple-nominated for Best Set-, Best Lighting- and Best Projection Awards for his work on “Sister Act” in Johannesburg.
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Production highlights include: 2017 Hamlet - National Tour The Missing Light - Old Vic Theatre Blood Wedding - Ivy Arts Centre My Family: Not the sitcom - Playhouse Theatre 2016 Car of the Year Awards - South Africa Eric Satie’s Faction - Edinburgh Lily Atkinson in Concert - St James Theatre Grapes of Wrath - Ivy Arts Centre Oh! What a Lovely War - Ivy Arts Centre Fear of Drowning - Chapter Arts Centre Thoroughly Modern Millie - Ivy Arts Centre 2015 Sister Act - Joburg Theatre, South Africa Kapa Haka Tale - Dance Xchange, Birmingham
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© Declan Randall Design 2017
“Lighting design is about story telling. Of course, visibility is important, but I believe that the lighting design should tell the story and help support and drive the narrative at all times”
- Declan Randall
Declan Randall has been designing lighting, sets and projection for more than 21 years and has over 400 production credits to his name. Over the years Declan has worked extensively in theatre, dance, opera and musicals but his work has also extended to film, television, live events and architecture. He has worked internationally and his work has been seen on Broadway and the West End as well as in Australia, Canada, India, China, South Africa, Europe and the United Kingdom. In addition to design, Declan also lectures in lighting design at various colleges around the UK and has also hosted weekend Lighting Masterclasses in South Africa.
Declan has, in addition to his prolific freelance career, served as Resident Lighting Designer at the Market Theatre in Johannesburg, as well as for the State Theatre Dance Company, Jozi Dance, The Black Ties Ensemble and Opera Africa. Declan has been nominated for several awards and has won “Best Lighting Design” for his work on “African Footprint”, “Shopping & F***ing” and “Coupe”. He was recently triple-nominated for Best Set-, Best Lighting- and Best Projection Awards for his work on “Sister Act” in Johannesburg.
Declan Randall
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Production Credits
Production highlights include: 2017 Hamlet - National Tour The Missing Light - Old Vic Theatre Blood Wedding - Ivy Arts Centre My Family: Not the sitcom - Playhouse Theatre 2016 Car of the Year Awards - South Africa Eric Satie’s Faction - Edinburgh Lily Atkinson in Concert - St James Theatre Grapes of Wrath - Ivy Arts Centre Oh! What a Lovely War - Ivy Arts Centre Fear of Drowning - Chapter Arts Centre Thoroughly Modern Millie - Ivy Arts Centre 2015 Sister Act - Joburg Theatre, South Africa Kapa Haka Tale - Dance Xchange, Birmingham
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A Quick Gallery Tour
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