Gregor Donnelly

Gregor DonnollyGregor was born in Edinburgh and trained in Set and Costume design on the Motley Theatre Design Course under the mentorship of Alison Chitty.

Designs for Set and Costume include The Mikado, Trial by Jury and The Zoo (CCO tour), La Bohème (Thaxted Theatre), A Dinner Engagement, Comedy on the Bridge, Susanna’s Secret and Someone to Blame (King’s Head Theatre), La Bohème and Barber of Seville (revival designs for OperaUpClose tour), Night Music (GSMD), The Hot Mikado, Oliver!, Jekyll & Hyde, Honk (Edinburgh Festival), Perchance to Dream (Finborough Theatre), Acorn Antiques (Churchill Theatre, Edinburgh, Ass Designer), The World Goes Round (Canal Cafe Theatre), Gay’s the Word (Jermyn St), Daisy Pulls it Off (Upstairs at the Gatehouse), The American Clock, Outward Bound and Drama at Inish (Finborough Theatre), The Devil Always Gets The Best Tunes (Drill Hall), Making Dickie Happy and Love and Lust in Lewisham (Tristan Bates Theatre), DirtyDating (Stockport Plaza and Epstein Theatre, Liverpool), The Great British Musicals with Russell Grant, Nicholas Parsons and Simon Callow (St James Theatre and London Hippodrome), Les Misérables (ESMS, Edinburgh), Laughing Matters starring Celia Imrie (Crazy Coques, Piccadilly) and most recently Closer than Ever directed by Richard Maltby Jnr.

Gregor has recently been assisting Isabella Bywater and is regularly involved in teaching theatre design, mostly recently in Geneva for a local opera company, Noda Summer Schools and Theatrecraft 2013/14 at the Royal Opera House.