Chloe Lamford

Chloe Lamford trained at Wimbledon School of Art

At the National: John, Amadeus, Rules for Living and The World of Extreme Happiness at the Nationa

In London's West End: 1984

Other theatre includes: Europe at the Donmar; Hilary and Clinton at John Golden Theatre, New York; The American Clock at the Old Vic; Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour at the National and in the West End; The Crucible at Theatre Basel; Shakespeare’s Last Play, Atmen and Ophelias Zimmer at Schaubühne, Berlin; Hamilton Complex at Schauspielhaus, Germany; Jubilee (also at the Lyric Hammersmith), Cannibals and The Gatekeeper at the Royal Exchange; 1984 at Headlong, in the West End and on Broadway; De Maiden at Toneelgroep Amsterdam; The Cane, Pity, Gun Dog, Road, Victory Condition, B, Unreachable, The Twits, God Bless the Child, How to Hold Your Breath, Circle Mirror Transformation, Teh Internet is Serious Business, 2071 and Open Court at the Royal Court; Britney and Goofy and Het Hamilton Complex at Hetpaleis Antwerp and Lift Festival; The Tempest at the Donmar at Charing Cross; Salt, Root and Roe at the Donmar; The Events for Actors Touring Company and at Young Vic; Disco Pigs, Sus and Blackta at the Young Vic; My Shrinking Life, Appointment with the Wicker Man and Knives in Hens for National Theatre Scotland; Praxis Makes Perfect and The Radicalisation of Bradley Manning at National Theatre Wales; Boys at Headlong; The History Boys and My Romantic History (also at Bush) at the Sheffield Crucible; Joseph K and The Kreutzer Sonata at the Gate; It Felt Empty… for Clean Break; Everything Must Go! and This Wide Night at Soho Theatre; and Small Miracle  at the Tricycle and the Mercury.

Her work in opera includes: The Little Sweep, Let's Make an Opera, The Magic Flute, War and Peace, La Calisto, Orpheus in the Underworld, The Cunning Little Vixen

Chloe Lamford is an associate designer at the Royal Court and a resident of Somerset House Studios.

The Full Monteverdi, Rare Books and Manuscripts, The Four Dreams of Miss X

– Small Miracle (TMA Award for Best Design)

She received the 2013 Arts Foundation Fellowship for Design for Performance. (Link opens in new window. The National Theatre is not responsible for the content of external sites)


(Published October 2019)