Set designer Sally Somerville-Woodiwis joined the team at Dramacube in September 2015, supporting with costume and set design on a devised show directed by Lucy Morrell and performed at Hampton Hill Theatre. Since then, Sally has returned to Dramacube on a number of occasions designing costumes for Annie JR at Questors Theatre in March 2016 and designing what is widely regarded as the best set design we’ve ever seen at Dramacube for our summer 2016 production of Matilda.
We are absolutely delighted to welcome Sally back to the team for our Christmas 2017 production of Annie JR.
You can read more about Sally in her biography;
Sally has recently just graduated from Wimbledon College of Art in BA Theatre Design. As a designer what excites her the most is that she gets to choose and design each element in a space, giving each object a back story on why it is there, how it got there and giving it a purpose. Sally is very excited to be back at Dramacube Productions after designing the set for Matilda and the costumes for Annie JR.
Her past experience includes; designed, dressed and sourced set for ‘You Should of Known Better’ Goldsmith’s student short film. Assisted Kat Heath on Costume Design for Gerry Pilgrim’s site specific ‘Flight’ Brockhole Windermere. Assisted Emily Humphrys on costume supervision on the ‘Buskers Opera’ at the (Park Theatre). Assistant costume supervisor on Project Octagon ‘We’re Here Because We’re Here’ by the (National Theatre). Co-designed and made for Divided at the Place (London Contemporary Dance School). Design and Technical Assistant for Esk Valley Theatre Production of ‘One for the road’.