Poster shots and production photos from Burlesque, which ran at the Jermyn Street Theatre.
The musical, an engaging look at the plight of revue theatres under McCarthyism, went on to win the Offie award for best new musical.
Assistant for the poster shoot at the Southwark Playhouse: Jaap Jong.
Going through the archives the other day I came across the first publicity shots I ever took, all the way back at the beginning of 2010, to promote Tennessee Williams’ take on Chekhov’s The Seagull, The Notebook of Trigorin.
The piece went on to generate a debate in the Guardian over costuming accuracy, which has got to be something of a rarity…
It shouldn’t be possible to squeeze a cast this size into the Union Theatre and have them whirl and jig with all the gusto they do. And yet, somehow, they fit.
Shots from the amazing Finian’s Rainbow, in its first professional London revival since its original West End run. The show runs until 15 March.
Production shots from the massive staging of Wagner’s Flying Dutchman at the English National Opera two years ago.