Long Day's Journey Into Night, by Eugene O'Neil

Jeremy Irons

Lesley Manville

Director: Richard Eyre

Designer: Rob Howell

Lighting Designer: Peter Mumford

Sound Designer: John Leonard

"Oustanding... Deeply Moving"- The Guardian

"5 stars"- Daily Mail

Peter Mumford

Lighting Designer

Recent Theatre includes: The Ferryman, 42nd Street, Top Hat, Stepping Out (West End); The Children (Royal Court/Broadway); King Kong (Global Creatures/Australia); Escaped Alone (Royal Court/BAM), Slaves of Solitude (Hampstead); High Society (Old Vic); Ghosts (Almeida/West End/BAM); Bull (Young Vic); Scenes from an Execution (National).

Opera includes: Werther, Faust, Carmen, Peter Grimes (New York Met); Manon Lescaut (Baden Baden/Met); The Damnation of Faust (ENO/Berlin/Palermo/De Vlaamse); Butterfly (ENO/Met); Pelléas et Mélisande (Mariinsky); Eugene Onegin (LA Opera/ROH); La traviata (Glyndebourne); Fidelio, The Ring (Scottish Opera); The Midsummer Marriage (Chicago Lyric Opera); The Bartered Bride (ROH); Faust (Vilnius City Opera); Butterfly, Andrea Chénier (Opera North).

Dance includes: Carmen (Royal Ballet/Texas Ballet Theater/Queensland Ballet/Carlos Acosta); The King Dances, Faster, E=mc2, Take Five (Birmingham Royal Ballet); Carmen (Miami City Ballet/Richard Alston); Ein Reigen (Vienna State Ballet).

Awards include: Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Dance (The Glass Blew In); Olivier Award for Best Lighting Design (Bacchai); Knight of Illumination Award (Sucker Punch); Helpmann and Green Room Awards for Best Lighting (King Kong).

Peter has directed and designed concert stagings of The Ring Cycle (Winner, Opera and Music Theatre – RPS Music Awards 2017; Winner, Opera – South Bank Sky Arts Awards 2017) and The Flying Dutchman for Opera North, Fidelio for Orchestre de Chambre de Paris and Otello for Bergen National Opera.  In addition to Peter’s lighting design work, he also designed the sets for Dying City at the Royal Court and Carmen at Miami City Ballet.

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