Joanna Scotcher

For the Young Vic: A Harlem Dream.
For the Royal Court: Pests, The Caravan (& Look Left Look Right).
Other theatre includes: The Rolling Stone, Anna Karenina (Royal Exchange, Manchester/West Yorkshire Playhouse); The Railway Children (York Theatre Royal/Waterloo Station/Kings Cross Station); Antigone (Pilot); Arabian Nights (Birmingham Rep/Coney); Hopelessly Devoted (Paines Plough); Billy The Girl (Soho/Clean Break); Silly Kings (National Theatre Wales); Above & Beyond (Look Left Look Right); Marvellous Imaginary Menagerie (Les Enfants Terribles); House Of Cards (Kensington Palace/Coney); Platform (Old Vic Tunnels); All That Is Solid Melts Into Air (Tangled Feet/Greenwich International Festival/National); Young Pretender (Nabakov); Counted (Roundhouse/Look Left Look Right/West Yorkshire Playhouse); Inches Apart (Old Vic New Voices).
Awards include: WhatsOnStage Award for Best Set Designer (The Railway Children).
The Railway Children went on to win the Olivier Award for Best Entertainment. As well as her theatrical stage design, Joanna specialises in the world of immersive performance and site responsive design, inhabiting spaces from the intimate to the epic. Her design work has been exhibited at the V&A and her installations have appeared at Kensington Palace and Covent Garden. Joanna recently designed the Capturing the Flame Ceremony for the inaugural European Games in Baku, Azerbaijan. Joanna forms part of the multi-award-winning theatre company LookLeftLookRight as associate designer.