Ian Scott


Ian works extensively in theatre, opera and dance. Recent credits: Boys From The Blackstuff (Liverpool’s Royal Court); Avalon and Les Enfants du Paradis (Giffords Circus); The Children  (Theatre Royal Bury St Edmunds) and Much Ado About Nothing (The Crucible / Ramps On The Moon).

Other work includes: Where The Wild Things Areand A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Aldeburgh Festival);Flat Stanley (Polka/ West Yorkshire Playhouse); Reasons To Be Cheerful (Graeae); The Drummer Boy of Waterloo and The Happy Prince (Jubilee Opera); The 39 Steps (Criterion Theatre); All My Sons (Nottingham Playhouse); Taylor’s Dummies (Gecko); Animal Farm (Leeds Playhouse) and Observe The Sons Of Ulster Marching Towards The Somme (Abbey Theatre – Winner of The Irish Times Theatre Award for Best Lighting). Ian has lit over 50 shows at Liverpool’s Royal Court including: Mam I’m ‘Ere, Scouse Nativity, The Royal, You’ll Never Walk Alone and The Scousetrap. As Associate Artist of Suspect Culture Ian designed the set and lighting for many productions including Timeless, Mainstream and Lament.