Lez Brotherston: Designing Musical Magic

View designs from Brotherston's prolific career in the worlds of dance and musicals

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  • V&A South Kensington

    Cromwell Road
    London, SW7 2RL

  • National Art Library, Room 85, Level 2

  • Free event

Lez Brotherston OBE is one of the UK’s leading theatre designers. He has designed numerous productions for the West End, including
Long Day’s Journey into Night, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Sister Act and Oh What a Lovely War. Join Curator of Dance Jane Pritchard and Curator of Contemporary Performance Harriet Reed for a unique opportunity to see his designs for contemporary musicals up close.

Limited capacity, there will be a sign-up sheet for spaces at the entrance to the National Art Library on the day.

Header image: Design by Lez Brotherston for Act Two Finale Nun in Sister Act the Musical, London Palladium, 2009 © Victoria and Albert Museum