Caitlin Abbott designer Komola Women Theatre Company

Caitlin Abbott

                                    is a recent graduate from the Bartlett School of Architecture, and has been illustrating and designing for theatre since 2009.
Her portfolio can be found here.

She has worked on all manner of productions, from fringe studio theatre to citywide promenade, and was chosen by Masterclass to be the Design Apprentice on Theatre Royal Haymarket's recent production of Breakfast at Tiffany's earlier this year.

She has been lead designer on Komola's productions Birangona and Daughter of the Forest, and other recent projects include The Three Musketeers (The Pleasance), Itch (Seven Hills Film), Apocalypse Cruise Ship Love Affair (Arts Theatre), Thlides (Dirty Rascals),  The School for Wives (Roll Up), The Jabberwocky (Ed Fringe 2015), The Vikings at Helgeland (Drayton Arms Theatre), The Duchess of Malfi (Edinburgh Fringe 2014), Dérive (Film), Shelved (Film),  Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Bloomsbury Theatre), Cymbeline (Drayton Arms Theatre), Bonbibi (The Richmix).

Also, as an assistant: Opera for the Unknown Woman (Fuel), Pericles (Gdansk Shakespeare Festival), Breeders (St James Theatre), All That Fall (Jermyn Street, Arts Theatre) and Wisdom Pot (Woolwich Tramshed).