Bea Wilson Theatre Design MA Student
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Bea Wilson

Theatre Design MA Student


Bea is a designer of spaces and experiences for stage, space and screen. She previously trained in Experience Design at the Royal College of Art and is passionate about creating atmospheric spaces aimed to provoke, bring audiences together and story tell. Her recent design credits include To Provide All People (Bristol Arts Channel), The Laramie Project (Bristol Old Vic), 62 Sperm Whales (Bristol Arts Channel) and But Still Michael Grew (BOVTS Digital). Recent assisting work includes working with designers Ti Green on Bartholomew Fair (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse, The Globe) and Max Johns on Buggy Baby (Yard Theatre). Before moving to Bristol, Bea worked across a wide range of design specialisms professionally including in the art department for film on Love Sarah (Femme Films), event design and art direction for Amplify, prop making at Souvenir Studios and live music stage design assisting with Studio Lune (The Brits) and at Greenman Festival.

Students relaxing outside of the School
The School is in a beautiful part of Bristol, overlooking a huge park called the Downs. We sometimes take advantage of our close proximity to the Downs during the summer term, practising fight and dance routines, or voice or singing classes! Dan Hall, BA Professional Acting student