Jack Weir

Jack Weir

Lighting Designer | Represented by Adam Maskell

  • Location: London, England
  • Career stage: Early
  • Freelancer: Available

Jack has been designing professionally since graduating from The Guildhall School where he trained in Theatre Technology. Shortly before training, he was an intern for the London 2012 Paralympic opening and closing Ceremonies working with Patrick Woodroffe and his team.
He frequently designs a broad range of work including; plays and musicals around the UK, on the London adn Eidnburgh fringe, in the West End and UK tours.

Jack’s design for The Boys In The Band was nominated in the 2016 WhatsOnStage Awards and The Broadway World Awards for Best Lighting Design.

He was double nominated and short-listed in the 2016 OffWestEnd awards and in 2014, he was recipient of the ETC award from The Association of Lighting Designers.

Designs include: Stiching (The White Bear); The Sum of Us (Above The Stag Theatre); The Jewish Legends (Upstairs At The Gatehouse); Bruises and Misalliance (Tabard Theatre); Arden Creatures (The Cockpit Theatre); The Spitfire Grill (Union Theatre); Nahda (Bush Theatre); My Children! My Africa! (Trafalgar Studios and Tristan Bates Theatre); Rise Like a Phoenix, Bathhouse & The Boy’s Upstairs (Above The Stag); Glaswegian Beauty, Burnt By The Sun, Henry V and True Dare Kiss (Milton Court Theatre, Guildhall School); All-Male Pirates of Penzance (Richmond Theatre and UK Tour); Princess Ida and Armstrong’s War (Finborough Theatre); Wild Worlds (Vault Festival); Muswell Hill (Park Theatre and White Bear Theatre); Grim - The Musical (Charing Cross Theatre and Rose Theatre, Kingston); Hamlet (Riverside Studios, Hammersmith); Richard III (Upstairs at The Gatehouse); Passing By (Tristan Bates Theatre) and Titus Andronicus (Arcola Theatre)

Assisting includes: Luna Gale (for Jon Clark, Hampstead Theatre); Carthage (Finborough Theatre); Cinderella: Boom or Bust! (Theatre Royal, Drury Lane); Thark (Park Theatre); Even Stillness (Soho Theatre) and London 2012 Paralympic Opening and Closing Ceremonies (for Patrick Woodroffe)

Forthcomming Projects: African Gothic (The Park Theatre); Lost/Boundless (Swiss Church, Shaftesbury Avenue) 

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