Paul Brown

Previously at Chichester A Month in the Country (Festival Theatre).

Theatre includes The Tempest, Platonov, King Lear, Naked, Richard II, Coriolanus (Almeida Theatre and Almeida at Gainsborough and Kings Cross), Hecuba (Donmar),The Phantom of the Opera (UK and USA tours), Marguerite (Theatre Royal Haymarket and New National Theatre Tokyo), Emperor and Gallilean, The False Servant, Oedipus (National Theatre), Hamlet (Tokyo and Sadler’s Wells),

Designs for Opera Mitridate Re di Ponto, The Midsummer Marriage, Tosca, Falstaff, I masnaderi (Royal Opera Covent Garden), Lulu, Pelléas et Mélisande, Don Giovanni, Hippolyte et Aricie, The Fairy Queen, The Turn of the Screw (Glyndebourne), War and Peace, Frau ohne Schatten, Elektra (Mariinsky Theatre St Petersburg), The Magic Flute (Bolshoi Theatre Moscow). Curro Vargas (Madrid), Manon Lescaut (ROH and Shanghai), Guillaume Tell (Pesaro, Bologna and Turin), Der Fliegender Holländer (ENO), Kát’a Kabanová , The Tempest, Lucio Silla (Santa Fe Opera), Nabucco (New National Tokyo), Parsifal, Peter Grimes (Paris),Tristan and Isolde (Deutsche Oper Berlin), Mefistofele (Amsterdam), Otello (Zurich), Die Gezeichneten,(Teatro Massimo Palermo), Aida (Bregenz Festival), Tannhauser (San Francisco), Lady Macbeth of Mtsensk, Moses und Aron, Thaïs (Metropolitan Opera New York), Anna Bolena, La traviata (Arena di Verona), Die Zauberflöte (Salzburg Festival), Giselle (La Scala Milan).

Films include Up at the Villa, Angels and Insects.

An Honorary Member of the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, recipient of an honorary diploma at the Prague Quadrennial International Theatre Design Exhibition, he was appointed a Royal Designer for Industry in 2013.

Trained under Percy Harris.