The White Album set and costume design by Liam Doona features at a new theatre design exhibition at Nottingham Trent University. It brings together a huge range of work by more than 150 contemporary UK designers. Designs range from inventive fringe performances to grand international ballet and opera. The exhibition, which runs until 4 February, stems from a collaboration between Nottingham Trent University Theatre Design Department and the Society of British Theatre Designers.
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