Hannah Clark


Hannah is a London based set and costume designer working in opera, theatre and dance.

She trained in theatre design at Nottingham Trent University and Central School of Speech and Drama. She was a winner of the 2005 Linbury Biennial Prize for stage design.

Current and forthcoming productions include: MOTHERS for Frauke Requardt & Co; UN BALLO IN MASCHERA for Opera North; COSI FAN TUTTE for Northern Ireland Opera; costumes for L'ENFANT ET LES SORTILÉGES, TROUBLE IN TAHITI and DESTINY (OSUD) all for Opera North; DEADCLUB a new dance piece for Requardt & Rosenberg; and QUEEN ANNE for the RSC at the Theatre Royal Haymarket.

Previous credits include: SUOR ANGELICA for Opera North; IDOMENEO (Garsington Opera); 4.48 PSYCHOSIS, a new opera by Philip Venables (Royal Opera House at the Lyric Hammersmith); QUEEN ANNE (Royal Shakespeare Company); L'INCORONAZIONE DI POPPEA (Opera North); Costume designs for THE ROOF (Requardt & Rosenberg / Fuel Theatre); WIT (Manchester Royal Exchange); BLINK (Nabokov/Soho Theatre touring India, the UK and New York); THOMAS TALLIS and THE KNIGHT OF THE BURNING PESTLE (Shakespeare's Globe Sam Wanamaker Playhouse); BANK ON IT (Theatre Rites / Barbican); THE ORESTEIA, OTHELLO, THE TAMING OF THE SHREW, ROMEO AND JULIET, THE GOD OF SOHO, AS YOU LIKE IT and A MIDSUMMER NIGHTS DREAM (Shakespeare’s Globe); ROMEO & JULIET for Sheffield Crucible; FOREVER HOUSE (Plymouth Drum Theatre); MOTOR SHOW (Requardt & Rosenberg); AND NO MORE SHALL WE PART (Hampstead Theatre); EPISODE, PEQUENAS DELICIAS, ROADKILL CAFÉ and JAMMY DODGERS (Requardt & Company); PERICLES (Regents Park Open Air Theatre); LONDON and HOUSE OF AGNES (Paines Plough); ANGUS, THONGS AND EVEN MORE SNOGGING and THE SNOW QUEEN (West Yorkshire Playhouse); BUNNY (Nabokov, Edinburgh Fringe First 2010 / UK Tour / 59E59, New York); BE MY BABY (Derby Live); THE TALENTED MR RIPLEY and UNDER MILK WOOD (Northampton Theatre Royal); BEHUD and GAMBLING (Soho Theatre); EIGENGRAU and 2nd MAY 1997 (The Bush); THE BOY ON THE SWING, LIGHT SHINING IN BUCKINGHAMSHIRE,  KNIVES IN HENS, THYESTES and TORN (Arcola); BILLY WONDERFUL (Liverpool Everyman); NOCTURNAL and BIG LOVE (The Gate); PROPER CLEVER (Liverpool Playhouse); BREAKFAST WITH MUGABE (Theatre Royal Bath); THE CRACKS IN MY SKIN and WHO'S AFRAID OF VIRGINIA WOOLF? (Manchester Royal Exchange); OTHELLO (Salisbury Playhouse); TERRE HAUTE (Nabokov, Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh / Trafalgar Studios / UK Tour / 59E59, New York); THE TAMING OF THE SHREW (Bristol Old Vic).