Missing Live Theatre

Together with fellow members of SceneChange, a community of stage designers that have gathered together to take action during these ‘strange times’ I have helped to create some of the installations that have covered over 100 buildings across the nation. The aim was to highlight that theatres of all scales, which serve huge range of communities, are all still closed. The tape wrapping buildings in explosive playful patterns riffs on the idea of hazard warning tape that certain theatres had been closed off with, transforming the tape into a decorative inviting feature on a present waiting to be unwrapped. The tape was put up for a few days then removed and sent elsewhere in the country to be reused . A physical demonstration of the interconnected web of British theatre. It was also great to get out with fellow designers working together, problem solving and being practical in the creation of something beautiful.

Kiln Missing live theatre SceneChange installation 2020

St Pauls through missing live theatre SceneChange installation National Theatre 2020
Hampstead Theatre Missing live theatre Scenechange Installation 2020
Lyric theatre Missing live theatre Scenechange Installation 2020
Old Vic Missing Live theatre installation SceneChange installation 2020
Fortune Theatre Missing live theatre SceneChange installation 2020
Mountview Missing live theatre SceneChange installation2020


  1. Ryan Perry says


    I was wandering if you had about 100cm long of this tape so I can use it in my art final piece exam. “Missing live theatre” tape. I don’t mind paying for it as well as shipping inside the U.K. thank you and speak soon


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