Charlotte Burton

Charlotte is a lighting designer who works all over the UK and abroad. She works as an associate and assistant to lighting designers including Ben Cracknell, Lee Curran and Peter Mumford. She trained at LIPA, graduating in 2014 and was awarded the prize for Creative & Technical excellence.  

 

Charlotte was the inaugural participant of the Lumeire Scheme in 2015, run by the Association of Lighting Designers, during which she spent three months assisting lighting designers in house at Chichester Festival Theatre ,and then three months assisting designers at various theatres around the country. 

 

PREVIOUS LIGHTING DESIGNS INCLUDE:

A Table Tennis Play, Directed by Ed Madden, Edinburgh Fringe

‘Memoirs of An Asian Football Casual’, Directed by Nikolai Foster, Curve. 

‘Bugsy Malone’, Directed by Ashley Elbourne, Royal & Derngate.

‘The Blue Road, Directed by Ashley Elbourne, Royal & Derngate. 

‘Vinegar Tom’, Directed by Emily Jenkins, ‘Posh’, Directed by Dan Coleman & ‘Pornography’, Directed by Dominic Rouse – in rep, Royal & Derngate.

‘You Boy’, Directed by Alex Slater, UK Tour.

‘Café Crescendo’ Directed by Trudy Bell, Royal & Derngate.

‘School Shorts’, Directed by Ashley Elbourne, Royal & Derngate.

‘Hacktivists’, Directed by Ashley Elborune, Royal & Derngate.

‘The Pier’, Directed by Rosy Banham, UK Tour. 

 

CREDITS DURING TRAINING:

‘The Picture of Dorian Gray’, Directed by Stephen Buckwald, PMA, LIPA.

‘Three Sisters on Hope Street’, Directed by Gillian Lemon, PMA, LIPA.

 

ASSOCIATE WORK INCLUDES:

'A Number', Bridge Theatre

'The Son', Kiln Theatre in the West End

'Jude', Hampstead Theatre

'My Name Is Lucy Barton', Bridge Theatre

'La Clemenza Di Tito', Opera De Oviedo

‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night’, West End, BAM, New York & The Wallis, LA. 

‘Jubilee’, Lyric Hammersmith. 

‘Dick Whittington’, Manchester Opera House. 

 

ASSISTANT WORK INCLUDES:

'Big', Domnion Theatre

'Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat', London Palladium

'Olivier Awards 2019', Royal Albert Hall.

'Disney's Broadway Hits', Royal Albert Hall, 2016 & 2019.

'Annie', West End & UK Tour.

‘Heathers’, The Other Palace.

‘An Officer & A Gentleman’, UK Tour.

‘Scrooge’, Curve.

‘Young Frankenstein’, West End & Newcastle Theatre Royal.

‘Sunset Boulevard’, UK Tour.

‘Legally Blonde’, Curve & Opera Garnier, Monte Carlo.

‘Annie’, West End.

‘The Addams Family’, UK Tour.

‘The Wedding Singer’, UK Tour.

‘La Cage Aux Folles’, UK Tour.

‘Cinderella’, London Palladium.

‘The Children’, The Royal Court. 

‘Bugsy Malone’, Curve.

‘The Tempest’, Royal & Derngate.

‘Long Day’s Journey Into Night’, Bristol Old Vic. 

‘A Christmas Carol’, West End.

‘Little Eyolf’, Almeida.

‘Mr Foote’s Other Leg’, West End & Hampstead. 

‘Gravity Fatigue’, Sadler’s Wells. 

‘Weaklings’ Warwick Arts Centre.

‘For Services Rendered’, Chichester Festival Theatre.

‘Mack and Mabel’, Chichester Festival Theatre.

‘Educating Rita’ Chichester Festival Theatre.

‘A Damsel In Distress’, Chichester Festival Theatre

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