James Cotterill

Theatre includes The Nap (Sheffield Crucible), The War Has Not Yet Started (The Drum Plymouth), An Enemy of the People, The Ancient Secret of Youth and the Five Tibetans, Early One Morning, Journey’s End, Hobson’s Choice, Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Macbeth and The Demolition Man (Octagon Theatre Bolton), Much Ado About Nothing, The Comedy of Errors (Shakespeare’s Globe), Blasted, Love Your Soldiers, Straight, The Pride, That Face (Sheffield Crucible Studio), The Mighty Walzer, That Day We Sang, To Kill a Mockingbird, Good and A View from the Bridge (Manchester Royal Exchange), As You Like It (Jerwood Vanbrugh Theatre RADA), Accolade (St James Theatre), Bully Boy (Mercury Theatre Studio Colchester), The Liberation of Colette Simple (Jacksons Lane Theatre), Moth (HighTide Festival and Bush Theatre), Smack Family Robinson (Rose Theatre Kingston), The Seven Year Itch (Salisbury Playhouse), The Widowing of Mrs Holroyd (New Vic Theatre Newcastle-Under-Lyme), The Elves and the Shoemaker and The Flint Street Nativity (Hull Truck Theatre), Powder Monkey and Mojo Mickybo (Manchester Royal Exchange Studio), Accolade and The Gabriels (Finborough Theatre), Estate Walls (Oval House Theatre), Our Share of Tomorrow (Pleasance 2 Edinburgh), The Wages of Thin (Old Red Lion), The Musician (OMAC Belfast), Lough/Rain (Edinburgh Festival and Theatre Royal York), Spies (Oxford Playhouse and UK tour), Romeo and Juliet (BAC), Not the End of the World (Bristol Old Vic. Linbury Prize for Stage Design), The Eleventh Capital and Gone Too Far (Jerwood Theatre Upstairs at the Royal Court Theatre), Fair (Trafalgar Studio 2), Silverland (Arcola Theatre).

Trained at Motley Theatre Design Course and RADA.