Soutra Gilmour

For the Royal Court: The Pride, Oxford Street, Country Music.
Other theatre includes: Hecuba (RSC); Bull (Sheffield Theatres/Young Vic/59E59, New York) Urinetown (St James/West End); Strange Interlude, Antigone, Morning to Midnight, Moon on a Rainbow Shaw, Double Feature in the Paint Frame, The Shadow of a Boy (National); Assassins, Merrily We Roll Along, Torch Song Trilogy (Menier Chocolate Factory); Cyrano de Bergerac (Roundabout, New York); Into the Woods (Open Air/Public, New York); The Duchess of Malfi (Old Vic); Reasons to Be Pretty (Almeida); The Night Alive, Inadmissible Evidence, Polar Bears (Donmar) Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Sheffield Crucible/Northern Stage); The Little Dog Laughed (Garrick); The Commitments, In a Forest Dark & Deep, Three Days of Rain, From Here to Eternity (West End); The Tragedy of Thomas Hobbes (RSC at Wilton’s Music Hall); Piaf (West End/Teatro Liceo, Buenos Aires); The Lover & The Collection (Comedy); Our Friends in the North, Ruby Moon, Son of Man (Northern Stage); Last Easter (Birmingham Rep); Angels in America (Headlong/Lyric, Hammersmith); Bad Jazz, A Brief History of Helen of Troy (ATC); The Birthday Party, The Caretaker (Sheffield Crucible/Tricycle); Petrol Jesus Nightmare #5 (Traverse/Kosovo); Lovers & War (Strindbergs Intima Teater, Stockholm); Hair, Witness (Gate); Baby Doll, Thérèse Raquin (Citizens, Glasgow); Ghost City (59E59, New York); When the World Was Green (Young Vic); Modern Dance for Beginners (Soho); Through the Leaves (Duchess/Southwark Playhouse).
Opera includes: Opera Shots 2012 & 2013, Down by the Greenwood Side, Into the Little Hill (Royal Opera House); Carmen, Saul, Hansel & Gretel (Opera North); Anna Bolena, Don Giovanni, Mary Stuart, Cosi Fan Tutte (English Touring Opera); The Shops (Bregenz Festival); The Birds & Trouble in Tahiti (The Opera Group); El Cimarrón (Queen Elizabeth Hall); A Better Place (ENO) The Girl of Sand (Almeida Opera).
Soutra has also designed for The Jamie Lloyd Company, productions include The Homecoming, The Ruling Class, Richard III, The Pride, The Hothouse & Macbeth.