Peter Harrison Lighting Design, production photo
Peter Harrison Lighting Design, production photo
Peter Harrison Lighting Design, production photo

Peter trained at RADA, and is a Lighting Designer for Theatre and Events with over 20 years experience.

His theatre credits include The Smeds and the Smoos (Tall Stories), A Single Man (Park Theatre), The Bloody Chamber (Proteus), Pink Mist (Bristol Old Vic, Bush Theatre), Candide and Carousel (Mountview), Dear Brutus, and The Cardinal (Southwark Playhouse), Macbeth (Stafford Festival Shakespeare), Romeo and Juliet, and Julius Caesar (Guildford Shakespeare Company), and Child of the Divide (Polka Theatre, Harbourfront Centre Toronto), He also lit Wilde Creatures (Vaudeville Theatre, US Tour), and The Canterville Ghost (Tall Stories), Rasheeda Speaking, and Barnes' People (Trafalgar Studios), Treasure Island (Arts Ed), Translunar Paradise (Theatre Ad Infinitium), Les Miserables, and Chicago (Pimlico Opera), Much do About Nothing (Ludlow Festival), Orestes (Shared Experience), The Doubtful Guest (Hoipolloi), and many pantomimes for First Family and Evolution.

His Opera credits include Paul Bunyan (Welsh National Youth Opera), Opera Works (ENO Baylis), and Orpheus in the Underworld (Royal College of Music). His lighting designs for Dance include In Nocentes, and Home Turf (Sadlers Wells), International Draft Works and Spring Draft Works (Royal Ballet), Jean and Antonin (Gartnerplatz Theatre, Munich) and productions for Intoto Dance, Ballet Central, Michael Popper and Urdang.

As an Associate Lighting Designer, his work includes The Old Man and the Pool (Wyndhams Theatre), Unbelievable (Criterion Theatre), Betrayal (West End and Broadway), The Man in the White Suit (Wyndhams Theatre), Collaborators, and As You Like It (National Theatre), Written on Skin (Festival Aix en Provence), Aspects of Love (Lyric Theatre), Made in Dagenham (Adelphi Theatre), I Can't Sing (London Palladium), and The Commitments (Palace Theatre, London).

In his spare time he grows flowers and manages the Theatre freecycle styled website.

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