London Classic Theatre

  • Equus - set designer & horse head designer
  • Equus - set designer & horse head designer
  • Equus - Set Designer & horse head designer
  • Equus - Set Designer & horse head designer
  • Equus - set designer & horse head designer
  • After Miss Julie - set model
  • After Miss Julie - Set Designer
  • After Miss Julie - Set Designer
  • The Importance of Being Earnest - Set Designer
  • The Importance of Being Earnest - Set Designer
  • The Importance of Being Earnest - Set Designer
  • Love in the Title - Set Designer
  • Ghosts - Set Designer
  • Beauty Queen of Leenane - Set Designer
  • Beauty Queen of Leenane - Set Designer
  • Beauty Queen of Leenane - Set Designer

Director: Michael Cabot

Equus: “Michael Cabot’s mesmeric interpretation is a Greek tragedy in many senses, played out on Kerry Bradley’s thoughtful, dimly-lit set resembling an ancient stone amphitheatre, and bordered by an arc of skeletal horse heads hovering in the gloom like disembodied Spartan warriors. It’s claustrophobic and choric; the cast never leaves the stage, instead maintaining a silent vigil, as Alan’s torments multiply beneath their collective fixed gaze. The dialogue barely rises above a whisper on occasions, and every performance, while strong and pivotal, is noticeably understated and controlled, commendably avoiding any histrionics that would diminish the story’s power.”
Simon Lewis – Gloucestershire Echo

The Importance of Being Earnest: “This beautifully streamlined design from Kerry Bradley, complimented by Michael Cabot’s clear and focused direction, allowed the dialogue take centre-stage. London Classic Theatre has created a well-designed, intelligently directed, and finely acted production of Wilde’s most popular play.  Alex Delaney, Fourth Wall magazine, 2013

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