Nic Farman Lighting Designer

Nic is Winner of The Worshipful Company of Lightmongers & ALD Award for New Talent in Entertainment Lighting 2016 and Winner of the 'Francis Reid Award' as part of the Association of Lighting Designers Michael Northen Bursary in 2013.

Nic was also Nominated for Best Lighting Designer at the 'Off West End Awards’ in 2016 for The Spanish Tragedy and in 2015 for Shock Treatment and The Win Bin.

Credits include: Broken Wings (Haymarket Theatre); A Little Princess (Royal Festival Hall); The Toxic Avenger (Arts Theatre & Southwark Playhouse);  Liver Birds Flying Home (Royal Court, Liverpool); Working (Southwark Playhouse); Spring Awakening (Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester); A Guide For the Homesick3Women and Late Company (Trafalgar Studios); Tonight: The Eighties (National Theatre, Kuwait); Unexpected Joy (Southwark Playhouse); How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Wilton’s Music Hall); Priscilla (ArtsEd Andrew Lloyd Webber Foundation Theatre); La Boheme (Trafalgar Studios & King’s Head Theatre); Kindertransport (Queens Theatre Hornchurch, Les Théâtres de la Ville de Luxembourg & UK Tour); The Invisible Man (Queens Theatre, Hornchurch); La Traviata; Coming Clean; F*cking Men, Holy Crap; Shock Treatment; Madam Butterfly; Cosi Fan Tutte (King’s Head Theatre); Jack and the Beanstalk (Salisbury Playhouse); Spindrift (The Garage, Norwich & The Drum, Plymouth) and Dusty (P&O Azura).


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