Frankie Bradshaw

Frankie Bradshaw is an award-winning designer for theatre, dance and opera. Most recently she was nominated for an Olivier Award for Best Costume Design for her work on Blues For an Alabama Sky at the National Theatre. She won the Best Creative West End Debut at the Stage Debut Awards 2019 jointly with director Lynette Linton for Sweat at the Gielgud Theatre and the Off West-End Best Set Design award in 2016. 

Her many theatre credits include Dear Octopus, Blues for An Alabama Sky (Lyttelton/ National Theatre), Macbeth (Wessex Grove), Clyde’s, Sweat, Assembly (Donmar Warehouse), Retrograde (Kiln Theatre), Mad House (West End/Ambassadors Theatre), Never Have I Ever, Local Hero(Minerva Theatre/ Chichester),Unexpected Twist, Two Trains Running (Royal & Derngate), House of Ife (Bush  Theatre), Hamlet (Dorfman/National Theatre Tour),  We Started to Sing (Arcola Theatre), Beautiful: The Carole King Musical (Leicester Curve/UK Tour), A Christmas Carol, Beauty and the Beast (Rose Theatre, Kingston), The Long Song (Chichester Festival Theatre), The Lemon Table (MGC/Wiltshire Creative), Piaf, Skellig (Nottingham Playhouse), Sweat (West End/Donmar Warehouse), Cinderella (Lyric Hammersmith), A Christmas Carol (Theatre Clwyd), Napoli Brooklyn (UK Tour/Park Theatre), Trying It On (UK Tour/RSC/Royal Court), Kiss Me Kate, Jerusalem, Nesting, Robin Hood (Watermill Theatre), Cookies (Theatre Royal Haymarket), On The Exhale (Traverse), Hansel (Salisbury Playhouse). 

Opera designs include ITCH (Opera Holland Park), MacbethIdomeneo and Elizabetta (English Touring Opera) and for Dance, Pinocchio (Northern Ballet). 

Production and Costume designs for film include The Talent (Second Name Productions).