Fly Davis

Fly Davis trained at Motley and RADA.

At the National: The Ocean at the End of the LanePericlesI Want my Hat Back and Beginning (also in the West End).

Other theatre includes: Appropriate at the Donmar; Tao of Glass and The Crocodile at Manchester International Festival; Groan Ups in the West End; Caroline, or Change at Chichester and in the West End; Macbeth for the RSC and at the Barbican; Vassa at the Almeida; The Hour That we Knew Nothing of Each Other and The Winter’s Tale at the Royal Lyceum Edinburgh; The PrudesPigeons and Primetime at the Royal Court; Othello at the Sam Wanamaker Playhouse and Shakespeare’s Globe; A Tale of Two Cities and Oliver Twist at Regent’s Park; Our TownA Streetcar Named DesireScuttlersHunger for TradeNothing and How Our Light is Spent at the Royal Exchange; BarbariansTradeA Streetcar Named Desire (for Parallel Productions) and Turning a Little Further at the Young Vic; The Last Remains of MaisieDuggan for National Theatre Ireland; The Glass Menagerie for Headlong and on UK tour; Opera for the Unknown Woman for Fuel and on UK tour; James and the Giant Peach at West Yorkshire Playhouse; The Dissidents at Kiln; I’d Rather Goya Robbed Me of My Sleep Than Some Other Arsehole and Image of an Unknown Young Woman at Gate; and Dealing With Clair at the Orange Tree.

As costume designer other theatre includes: Unreachable at the Royal Court; and Shipwreck at the Almeida.

I Want my Hat Back (Olivier Award nomination for Best Family Show)

Appropriate at the Donmar (Evening Standard Award nomination for Best Set Design)

Caroline, or Change (Olivier Award nomination for Best Costume Design)

Image of an Unknown Young Woman at Gate (Winner of Off West End Award for Best Set Design)

(Published December 2019)