Zoe Spurr

Current and recent work includes How Not to Drown (Traverse); Georgiana, Eugene Onegin, Lucio Papirio Dittatore (Buxton International Festival); Nigel Slater’s Toast (The Other Palace); The Phlebotomist (Hampstead); Emilia (Vaudeville).

Other credits include Cat in the Hat (Curve Leicester); Meek (Headlong/Traverse); Abigail’s Party (Queen’s Hornchurch, UK tour, Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg); Abi (Derby Theatre, Queen’s Hornchurch); The Unreturning (Frantic Assembly); Silence (Mercury Colchester); The Maids (Manchester HOME); Sticky & Infinite Joy, Collective Rage: A Play in Five Betties, Natives, School Play (Southwark Playhouse); Loose Lips (Stoke Newington Town Hall); Confidence (Boundless/Southwark Playhouse, 2018 Theatre and Technology Award nominee); Not Talking (Arcola); GrumpyOld Women, Hidden,The North! The North!,The Drive (UK tours); Grotty, Muted (Bunker Theatre Tower Bridge); Elephant (Birmingham Rep); Beginners (Unicorn); Tiny Dynamite (Old Red Lion, 2019 Offie Award Best Lighting Design); Festival Voices (Ugly Duck London Bridge); Phoenix Rising (Smithfield Market, 2018 Offie finalist); Elton John’s Glasses (Palace Watford); The Unmarried (Underbelly Festival London); Elsa, This Evil Thing, Counting Stars (Edinburgh Fringe); The Scar Test (Soho Theatre); Skate Hard, Turn Left (BAC); Good Dog (Palace Watford, UK tour); Erwartung/Twice Through the Heart (Hackney Showroom/Shadwell Opera); The Knife of Dawn (Sackler Studio/Roundhouse); Bitches (Finborough); Torch (Latitude/New Diorama London, Edinburgh); Starting Here, Starting Now (University of Chichester); About Miss Julie (King’s Head).

Winner of the 2018/2019 Lightmongers’ ALD Award New Talent in Entertainment Lighting.