Albums of garments from shows I have worked on


Earthquakes in London

"It's Cabaret, we've got our heads down and we're dancing and drinking as fast as we can. The enemy is on its way, but this time it doesn't have guns and gas it has storms and earthquakes, fire and brimstone...You were the glimmer. At the end of the tunnel. And you went out. An all-pervasive fear of the future and a guilty pleasure in the excesses of the present drive Mike Bartlett's epic rollercoaster of a play from 1968 to 2525 and back again. Earthquakes in London includes burlesque strip shows, bad dreams, social breakdown, population explosion, worldwide paranoia. It is a fast and furious metropolitan crash of people, scenes and decades, as three sisters attempt to navigate their dislocated lives and loves, while their dysfunctional father, a brilliant scientist, predicts global catastrophe. Mike Bartlett's contemporary and directed dialogue combines a strong sense of humanity with epic ambition, as well as finely-aimed shafts of political comment embedded effortlessly into every scene." For this play i was given the design for the character of Jasmine and made a parka style coat from thick cotton and polyester lining

Our Country's Good

"Australia 1789. A young married lieutenant is directing rehearsals of the first play ever to be staged in that country. With only two copies of the text, a cast of convicts, and one leading lady who may be about to be hanged, conditions are hardly ideal..." Written by Timberlake Wertenbaker.

Rose Bruford Makes


Recent updates on all of my work to do with my dissertation on the growth and disfigurement of fairytales. As the practical part of this I will be making a new version of the classic yellow ball gown from Disney’s 'Beauty and the Beast'

Dissertation Final Photos

Filmed by James Blackburn Choreographed and danced by Connie Janes and Oli Manning Designed by Natasha Jones Leotard made with cotton lycra and power net. Embellished with pearl beads and fake petals Skirt made with cotton jersey and silk Gloves made with yellow lace

Pixie Photoshoot

Alice in Pantoland

A Pavilion Players Production. January 2015. Photos taken by Sue Fromings at the last performance. Along with Laura Davis, I organised what the cast would wear for this years panto. With help from various others, mostly members of the cast, we were able to make this probably the most colourful panto ever!

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