Lucy Osborne is an award-winning set and costume designer.

She is also Founder and Creative Director of studio three sixty.

Lucy creates bold, innovative designs which fuse architecture, light and music.

Current projects in development include Set and Costume Design for A Midusmmer Nights Dream (Royal Shakespeare Company) and Set Design for a new production of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (Gothenburg Opera).

Recent work includes Costume Design for Margrethe (Royal Danish Theatre, Copenhagen); Greatest Days – The Official Take That Musical (UK Tour 2023-2024); Fisherman’s Friends (Hall for Cornwall 2021 and UK & Canada Tour 2022-2023) and Berlusconi (Southwark Playhouse for Francesca Moody Productions, Spring 2023).  Lucy’s set and costume designs for a new production of Cabaret for Gothenburg Opera opened in October 2022 and ran in Gothenburg until April 2023.

Lucy is a co-designer of Roundabout, the world’s first flatpack theatre and winner of The Stage Award’s Theatre Building of the Year.  She is the Founder and Creative Director of studio three sixty who advocate for resilient, inclusive and inspirational theatre buildings through a combination of design and consultancy.  studio three sixty are currently leading the strategic planning, project management and delivery of a Public Art scheme for Theatr Clwyd in North Wales.   They also recently won a RIBA competition with Carter Gregson Grey Architects to design Beacon; an iconic travelling performance space that will be created for Bradford UK City of Culture 2025.

Lucy is a Trustee for the Theatres Trust and passionate about creating, saving and adapting theatre buildings for the future.

Photographed by Helen Murray

"Lucy Osborne’s delicious scenography and costume design. "

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