Set & Costume Designer

Amy Jane Cook

Selected credits

  • JellyfishBush Theatre
  • Not TalkingArcola Theatre
  • The Rise and Fall of Little VoiceClwyd Theatr
  • Our Blue HeavenNew Wolsey Theatre
  • ConstellationsThe Other Room
  • InsignificanceClwyd Theatr

About

Amy is a set and costume designer working in theatre and performance. She trained on the prestigious Motley course.  She was the winner of Best Design at the Wales Theatre Awards 2017 for Constellation Street directed by Chelsey Gillard and Dan Jones for The Other Room, Cardiff.

“Amy Jane Cook has surpassed herself with the design of this show….within very limited space she has created a hotel room, a pub, and a taxi. The attention to detail is amazing, making each space feel very real and allowing the audience to completely lose themselves in the world of the character in front of them.”  Constellation Street/The Reviews Hub

Amy’s  latest designs for Jellyfish at the Bush Theatre and Not Talking at the Arcola are both nominated for Off West End Awards 2018.

Upcoming productions include The Funeral Director by Iman Qreshi winner of the Papatango New Writing Prize, it will open at Southwark Playhouse and is directed by Hannah Hauer King.

Featured work

Jellyfish

Bush Theatre
Writer: Ben Weatherall
Director: Tim Hoare
Lighting Design: Jamie Platt
Producer: Mark Cartwright
Photo: Sam Taylor & Amy Jane Cook

“Amy Jane Cook’s stage design is used to stunning effect ….. The set – a pier, some fairground lights, an imagined sea tipping off stage – exquisitely captures the faded glory of Skegness.”
The Guardian

“Evocatively designed by Amy Jane Cook; the floor has been carpeted with sand and brightly coloured arcade lights rainbow the walls.”
The Stage 4*

Not Talking

Arcola Theatre
Writer: Mike Bartlett
Director: James Hillier
Lighting Design: Zoe Spurr
Photo: Amy Jane Cook and Lidia Crisafulli

“It’s especially striking to have the performers play live on the echoing upright piano that takes centre stage in Amy Jane Cook’s spare and carefully crafted set.”
Whatsonstage 4*

“Amy Jane Cook’s set, furnished only by two wooden chairs and a piano, is lit in stylish squares by Zoe Spurr.”
The Stage 4*

The Rise and Fall of Little Voice

Theatr Clwyd
Director: Kate Wasserberg
Lighting Design: Nick Holdridge
Photo: Manuel Harlan

With Amy Cooks bold and brash costume designs, the characters feel like a very vivid memory of a time just on the outskirts of memory…. The set design has real streak of genius transforming from the Hoff household to Mr. Boo’s club”
The Reviews Hub 4*

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