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Lis Evans



As Resident Designer for the New Vic, productions include: Dial M for Murder, Cyrano, The Snow Queen, The Mountaintop, Talent, Diana of Dobson’s, Robin Hood & Marian, The Hoard Festival, Dracula, Merry Wives, Around The World In Eighty Days (co-production with the Royal Exchange); I Don’t Want to Set the World on Fire!, An August Bank Holiday Lark, The Hundred and One Dalmatians, Stones in His Pockets, Around the World in Eighty Days, Talking Heads, A Christmas Carol, Proof, Spring and Port Wine, Hamlet, Alice in Wonderland, Peter Pan, Desire Under the Elms, Rafta, Rafta… (with Bolton Octagon Theatre); The Lion, The Witch And The Wardrobe, Bouncers, Honeymoon Suite, A Voyage Round My Father, Arabian Nights, Flamingoland, Great Expectations, Laurel and Hardy, Romeo and Juliet, Blue/Orange, Jamaica Inn, Oliver!, Stags and Hens, Poor Mrs Pepys, Sizwe Banzi Is Dead, The Graduate, Kitty and Kate, Pinocchio, Stepping Out, Amadeus, Kes, Carmen, My Night With Reg, The Lonesome West, The Beauty Queen of Leenane, The Railway Children, By Jeeves, Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle and Dick, Pat and Margaret, Toad of Toad Hall and Top Girls.

Other theatre includes: The Canterbury Tales, Cyrano, Merry Wives, Romeo and Juliet, Vacuum, The Tempest (Northern Broadsides UK and China tour) and design, painting and making various productions in Nottingham, Manchester, Bradford, Edinburgh and London.

Lis has contributed to the National Life Stories collection for the British Library’s sound archive.

Other recent work includes: research and development with Claybody Theatre and illustration for Northern Broadsides, Birmingham Rep and private commissions.

Lis’s costume drawings are currently on display on the New Vic front-of-house lampshades.

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