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Andrzej Goulding

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Andrzej Goulding is an award-winning video designer who has worked in the UK and internationally, across many forms of performance. His work in theatre includes People, Places and Things (Drama Desk and KOI Award USA nominations), The Tell-Tale Heart, The Suicide and From Morning to Midnight for the National Theatre; &Juliet on Broadway, in the West End and in Australia (WhatsOnStage Award); Groundhog Day at the Old Vic and on Broadway (WhatsOnStage nomination); Just for One Day, SYLVIA and Eureka Day at the Old Vic; 42 Balloons at the Lowry; Miss Saigon at Sheffield Crucible ((WhatsOnStage nomination); I Should Be So Lucky on UK tour; Message in a Bottle in the West End and on world tour; Life of Pi on tour, in the West End and on Broadway (Tony, Drama Desk, Outer Critics Circle, Olivier, UK Theatre and Broadway World awards, and a KOI Award UK nomination); Burn at Edinburgh International Festival; The Da Vinci Code on UK tour; The Drifters Girls in the West End and on UK tour; Room at Stratford East, on Broadway and in Toronto (Theatre and Technology Award and a nomination for an Off West End Award); The Unreturning (also set design; nomination for an Off West End Award) on UK tour; Pressure in the West End, on UK tour and in Toronto; The Girl on the Train on UK tour and in the West End; Henry V and Coriolanus at Donmar Warehouse and broadcast by National Theatre Live; 1984 for Northern Ballet and Sadler’s Wells; Frost/Nixon at Sheffield Crucible; Carousel at the Barbican; Kiki’s Delivery Service at Southwark Playhouse; and The Unfriend and The Time Traveller’s Wife (WhatsOnStage nomination) in the West End.