Staging Places
Andrea Carr
Andrea Carr Greater London
Based in: Greater London
Member Of: SBTD
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First class honours in Theatre Design at Nottingham Trent University, MA at Slade School of Fine Arts. Designs created from reclaimed materials include: Stuck by HOAX, made from abandoned sleeping bags and tents from Reading Festival will be exhibited in Staging Places UK Design for Performance at V&A London from July 2019.

Stuck also selected for inclusion in The Aesthetica Art Prize Anthology 2017; Workshop leader with HOAX Eco-scenography in Action for ONCA’s Future Fictions Symposium 2018; Ionesco’s The Chairs,  Extant (UK’s leading visually impaired theatre company) toured nationally, selected for the UK contingent at the World Stage Design 2017, Taiwan; Nodus Tollens for the Deaf & Hearing Ensemble, Liberty Festival, Olympic Park; Double Trouble, Adventures in Black and White tour included Streatham Project Space and  No Direction Home at Camden Peoples Theatre exploring displacement; Terabac, co-devised insect performance cabaret, tour included Brighton Fringe Festival and the grounds of Croydon Ecology Centre 2017. Current: Duende, performance making in collaboration with Outrider Anthems, multitrack storytelling, mythology and Lorca interweave to explore our relationship to the earth. Andrea is also studying Process Orientated Psychology. She works from her Peckham Studio.

Image credit: Kasia Rucinska

Featured Work

HOAX production, Stuck

Year of Production Opening: 2017
Venue: ONCA Gallery '18, Prague Fringe '18, Voila Festival '17, Buxton Fringe Festival '17, Hackney Showroom.
As an eco-scenographer and collaborator I look for imaginative ways to open up conversations, bringing a new vitality to internationally relevant ecological and social themes. The landscape is changing, grassroots actions are springing up, and I see myself as part of this zeitgeist. My eco-design remit is to repurpose objects, use surplus materials, and to commit to a closed-loop design process (in which all components are considered in a cyclical manner, with their afterlife as important as their current use).”


Creator, Writer and Performer: Ayesha Tansey
Creator, Writer and Performer: Flavia Bertram
Creator, Writer and Performer: Sabrina Manac’h
Lighting Designer: Sabrina Manac’h
Director: Lucy Hopkins
Sound Designers: Lawrence Kendrick & Lucy Claire
Costume Maker: Balbina Garcia
Movement: Jillian Wallis
Dramaturgy: Richard Pettifer
Set Fabrication: Avninder Nanray
Technical Support: Michael Harrison
Photography : Kasia Rucinsk, Peter Williams, Michael Harrison
Supported by: Bathway Theatre Network/University of Greenwich, Arts Council of England, Building BloQs, The Pleasance Theatre, and Fjlostunga Ecofarm, Iceland.