Becky Minto

Becky has designed a wide range of productions for main-house and touring productions, aerial and dance performances, and site-specific and large scale outdoor events.

Her previous designs for the National Theatre of Scotland include The 306: Day, The 306: Dawn, Granite, Truant, A Sheep Called Skye, Transform Fife, The Emperor’s New Kilt, The Recovery Position and Ignition, which, along with her design for the site-specific production White Gold (Iron- Oxide) was chosen for the exhibition Make Believe / UK Design for Performance at the Prague Quadrennial 2015 and the V&A Museum, London.

Becky was awarded the Silver medal for Space Design for the National Theatre Scotland’s production of The 306:Dawn at the World Stage Design exhibition in Taipei 2017. Other theatre work includes designs for The Lyceum Edinburgh, Grid Iron, Visible Fictions, Vanishing Point, Dundee Rep, Fire Exit, 7:84, Walk the Plank, Upswing, Scottish Dance Theatre and Citizens Theatre. Becky was Associate Designer for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies of the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games.

Recent productions include The last Bordello (Fire Exit), How To Disappear (Traverse Theatre). Future projects include Passing Places (Dundee Rep), The Rise and Fall Of Little Voice (Pitlochry Festival Theatre), Ulster American (Traverse Theatre).

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