Alice Power

Recent theatre work includes The Miser (Garrick Theatre); The Painkiller (Kenneth Branagh Theatre Company, Garrick Theatre); The Walworth Farce with Brendan, Domhnall and Brian Gleeson (Olympia Theatre, Dublin); the Olivier Award-winning Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense (Duke of York's and UK tour); A Mad World My Masters (RSC Swan Theatre, Barbican and UK tour); What the Butler Saw and Betty (Vaudeville Theatre); Armstrong and Miller Live (UK tour); Joan Rivers: A Work in Progress (Edinburgh Festival and Leicester Square Theatre); Spaces Between (Candoco Dance Company, Southbank Centre); Beauty and the Beast (Belgrade Theatre, Coventry); Paper Walls (also co-director, Edinburgh Festival and Budapest).

As a member of The Right Size between 1991 and 2006, she designed their Olivier Award-winning and Tony-nominated productions of The Play What I Wrote and Ducktastic!, Do You Come Here Often? (Olivier Award for Best Entertainment), Moose, Hold Me Down, Penny Dreadful, Baldy Hopkins and Bewilderness.

For film and television she has designed props and costumes for Why Not Films, Julian Clary, Ken Russell and Tom Waits.