V&A stage design show opens

The Victoria & Albert Museum opens its year-long exhibition of contemporary stage design tomorrow

The Victoria & Albert Museum opens its year-long exhibition of contemporary stage design tomorrow.



Collaborators: UK Design for Performance 2003-2007 will showcase work by more than 100 artists, including Paul Brown, Richard Hudson, Ralph Koltai and Becs Andrews.



This is the fourth outing for the Collaborators exhibition, which is organised every four years and supplies Britain’s entry to the Prague Quadrennial international theatre design competition.



Previous venues for the show include the Henry Moore gallery at the Royal College of Art, London, and Sheffield’s Millennium Galleries.



The show was designed by theatre designer Mike Elliott and curated by Kate Burnett.

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