This Christmas season Nic worked alongside director Ryan Mcbryde on Jack and the Beanstalk at the Salisbury Playhouse, The Invisible Man at the Queen’s Theatre Hornchurch and the London transfer of The Toxic Avenger playing the Arts Theatre. Nic is also working on Dusty, the Dusty Springfield musical on board P&O Cruises.
The same creative team also joined forces on Holy Crap! the musical in June 2017 (King’s Head Theatre) and How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying at the Wilton’s Music Hall.
Some of Nic’s recent work includes Holy Crap! the musical (King’s Head Theatre) and How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying at the Wilton’s Music Hall, Coming Clean (King’s Head Theatre), Working (Southwark Playhouse), How To Succeed in Business without Really Trying (Wilton’s Music Hall), Puccini’s Madam Butterfly (King’s Head Theatre) and Late Company (Finborough Theatre).
Nic’s other recent work includes Children of Eden (Union Theatre), Spitting Image (King’s Head Theatre), The Stripper (St James’ Theatre), Spindrift (The Garage, Norwich); The Toxic Avenger (Southwark Playhouse); The Taming of the Shrew (Arts Theatre); Balm in Gilead and The Crucible (both at The Arcola) and Cosi Fan Tutte (King’s Head Theatre).
As part of their support for education and training in the field of entertainment lighting, the Worshipful Company of Lightmongers in conjunction with the Association of Lighting Designers are offering an annual award for those who are at the start of their career. Nic is thrilled to accept the 2016 award his work so far.
Nic also scored an ‘Offie’ nomination for Best Lighting Designer for ‘The Spanish Tragedy’ this year as well as for ‘The Win Bin’ and ‘Shock Treatment’ in 2015.
Next year Nic will work on Kindertransport for the Queens Theatre Hornchurch also going to Luxemburg and Spring Awakening at the Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester.