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Kate Unwin

SBTD Designer

Kate Unwin

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Biography

Professional

Kate has worked as a freelance set and costume designer for the past twenty years. Working predominately in theatre, Kate has worked for the National Theatre, London’s West End, regional theatres all over the UK and designed many touring and outdoor productions for Europe and the Middle East. She also designs site specific work, installations, bespoke costumes, events, music videos and has had a Best Set Design nomination from the Off West End Awards.


Bread and Roses

 
   
 
   
 
   
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Role:
Designer
Year:
2018
Venue:
Oldham Coliseum

Bread and Roses was a new play written by Ian Kershaw and directed by Amanda Huxtable about the 1912 strike of mill workers in Lawrence over pay and conditions. The backdrop is inspired by ‘The Hero of a Hundred Fights’ a painting by Turner of a statue being forged in a furnace. The cogs hanging overhead turned when the workers where working but stopped when they decided to strike.


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