ALEX HUGHES

Technical Manager & Lead Designer

 Alex trained at Middlesex University in Technical Theatre. He is currently a senior events technician at the Birmingham REP.

 

Previously Alex was resident Theatre Designer and Technician for Epsom College where he designed sets, lights and sound for The Crucible (2008), The Madness of George The III  (2009), A Midsummer Night's Dream (2009), The Boys from Syracuse (2010), Macbeth (2010), You Never Can Tell (2010). He has designed lights and sound for 1984 (2008), lights and pyrotechnics for Hansel und Gretal (2009). He did the scenic arts, special effects, pyrotechnics and lighting on Blythe Spirit and The Vortex (2009). In 2011 he designed Arms And The Man and Bugsy Malone.

Alex co-wrote Heaven Sent at the New Wimbledon Studio and also made his design debut with Hidden Talent Productions, having previously sound designed for the company.

 

  Other work includes: Sweet or Dry?, Barons Court, (2006, sound and set design), Wake Up And Smell The Coffee, The Hampstead, (2007, sound design), The Boy Who Grew Flowers, Whitechapel Community Centre, (2007, Sound design), Blondel, The Pleasance Theatre, (2008, Sound Operator) A Slice Of Minelli, The Shaftsbury Apollo, (2008, Sound Number 2), Antagone, The Space, (2010, Lighting and Sound design) Last Of The Red Hot Lovers, The Bridewell, (2010, Set, lights and sound design) and casual technician at the Dominion Theatre, London.