Jul 23 2020


6:00 pm - 7:30 pm



Extracurricular: Introduction to Theatre Design with Hannah Sibai

Extracurricular is a series of sessions which you give you the opportunity to learn more about different jobs in the arts, sharing of artistic pathways, journeys and resources.


Hannah Sibai is a Yorkshire based performance designer who has worked across Europe.

Introduction to theatre design
Her session will include the below content:

  • A breakdown of the set and costume designing process
  • Discover how a theatre designer collaborates with other team members to create a theatre production
  • Learn some technical theatre terminology

Hannah’s biography:
Hannah is a performance designer based in Yorkshire. Since training at Wimbledon School of Art in London she has designed over 70 productions across Europe including theatre, film, music videos and installations.
Theatre design credits include: The Boy Who Cried Wolf (Tutti Frutti), The Elves and the Shoemakers (Juliet Forster, York Theatre Royal), Two and Teechers (Tom Wright, Gala Theatre), Where We Began (SBC Theatre), Vulture’s Song (Blah Blah Blah), 666 Comments (Daniel Bye), Pygmalion and Handbagged (Tom Wright, English Theatre Frankfurt), Instructions for Border Crossing (Alex Swift, Daniel Bye), WANTED (Chris Goode and Company), Instant Light Circus Company (Slung Low), Wrestling the Walrus and Under the Bed (154 Collective), Bassett (Javaad Alipoor, Sheffield Crucible), Weekend Rockstars (Middle Child), Black Teeth and a Brilliant Smile and Home Sweet Home (Freedom Studios), SET FIRE TO EVERYTHING!!! (RashDash) and Country Music (West Yorkshire Playhouse).


Where and when?
Tuesday 23rd July @ 6pm – 7:30pm
Via Zoom (an online meeting platform that you can access through your computer, tablet or smartphone, a bit like Skype or facetime). When you sign up we’ll send you all the details about how to join.

How do I sign up?
Please email to Shazia Bibi ( – with a few sentences about why you’re interested and what you hope to get out of this session. The number of people who can take part is limited and we expect to have lots of interest, so we will use this information to help us in offering places.

This workshop is part of Bradford Producing Hub’s ‘Extracurricular’ programme – a series of online sessions to support creatives in the Bradford district.

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