Katrina Lindsay

Committee Member

Katrina Lindsay’s work covers set and costume design in theatre, dance, opera, film and television. She won the 2017 Olivier Award for her costumes on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child and the 2008 Tony, Outer Critics Circle and Drama Desk Awards for Outstanding Costume Design for Les Liaisons Dangereuses on Broadway. She is an Associate of the National Theatre where her designs include My Country: a work in progress, Lost Without Words, wonder.land (costume), Dara, Behind the Beautiful Forevers, Table, The Magistrate, London Road (Cottesloe and Olivier), Earthquakes in London (costume), Death and the King’s Horseman, and Market Boy (set). 
  
Recent work includes set and costume designs for The days run away like wild horses for Rambert; See Me Now at the Young Vic; The King Dances for Birmingham Royal Ballet; Porgy and Bess at Regent’s Park; All’s Well That Ends Well at the RSC; Cabaret in the West End and UK tour and costume designs for Hamlet, with Benedict Cumberbatch, at the Barbican; American Psycho at the Almeida and on Broadway; and Bend It Like Beckham at the Phoenix. 
  
In opera, she designed the costumes for Benvenuto Cellini at ENO, Dutch National Opera and Liceu Barcelona; The Damnation of Faust at ENO, De Vlaamse Opera, Teatro Massimo, Palermo and Staatsoper Berlin; Eugene Onegin at the ROH and Opera Torino; Turandot at ENO; and Die Tote Stadt for Finnish National Opera and New National Theatre, Tokyo. 
  
Her work on dance productions includes The Most Incredible Thing, Eternal Damnation to Sancho and Sanchez and Blue Roses at Sadler’s Wells, and Cattle for Phoenix Dance Theatre and on UK tour, all choreographed by Javier De Frutos. Katrina was the Production Designer for the film of London Road, directed by Rufus Norris.

Katrina Lindsay


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