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A Terrible Wardrobe Mind

Leading Stage Designer & Propmaker, Steven Gregory examines the last 50 years, giving a personal view on the great rise and demise of artistic theatre costume design. Demonstration follows.

‘A Terrible Wardrobe Mind’ by Steven Gregory
(Stage Designer and Prop Maker)
Wednesday 13 October
Lecture: 5.30pm to 6.30pm followed by Demonstration: 6.45pm to 7.45pm

Have worked for over 30 years in the business, Steven Gregory is one of the country’s leading stage designers and specialist prop makers. His unique experience includes costume and stage design, wigs, make-up, prosthetics, masks, animals, armour and jewellery. He has worked with the greatest costume designers and for all the major theatre companies both here and abroad (including - Royal National Theatre and RSC, Royal Balllet, Scottish Opera and Glyndebourne, Annex Films and West End musicals. He examines the last 50 years, giving a personal view on what led to the great rise and demise of artistic theatre costume design and it’s execution.
The lecture is followed by demonstration of the creation of a costume with make-up and wig/headdress in 45 minutes (without sewing).
Presented by the University of Bristol Theatre Collection and the Department of Drama. Free admission.


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Date and Time:

13 October 2004 at 5:30 pm


2 hours



Department of Drama - Bristol University
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Woodland Road
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