Justin Williams

 

Justin is a graduate of Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and has been nominated for seven Off West End Awards for Best Set Designer*, was a shortlisted finalist for Best Set Design in the OFFIES 2020 and has trained with Punchdrunk at Follow Cross.

Justin’s recent work includes: Who Cares (Waterloo Vaults), Ben Hur (Barn Theatre), Soho Cinders (Charing Cross Theatre), Whistle Down the Wind (*)(Union Theatre), Brooklyn the Musical (*)(UK & European Premiere, Greenwich Theatre), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Union Theatre), Seussical – The Musical (Southwark Playhouse), Section 2 (Bunker Theatre), The Giant Killers (UK Tour), Fiver The Musical (Southwark Playhouse), One Giant Leap (Brockley Jack Studios), Can-Can (Union Theatre), Daisy Pulls it Off (Shoreditch Town Hall), Half Me, Half You (Tristan Bates), Heartbreak House (Union Theatre); Can-Can (Union Theatre); Othello (*)(Union Theatre), Metropolis (Ye Olde Rose and Crown); Carmen (Union Theatre); King Arthur/The Wizard of Oz (The Scoop, Southbank, London Bridge), Locked Up (Tristan Bates), The Cherry Orchard (Union Theatre); 35MM Musical (The Other Palace); Parade (London Theatre Workshop); Imagine This (Union Theatre); All Or Nothing (Waterloo Vaults Installation); The Hired Man (Union Theatre), Twang! The Musical (Union Theatre), ‘Every Wild Beast’ (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), From Dust (Edinburgh Fringe Festival); Through the Mill (Southwark Playhouse); Kicked in the Sh*tter (Hope Theatre); Tribe (London Theatre Workshop); Confessional (Southwark Playhouse); Glockenspiel (Tristan Bates Theatre), It’s Only Life (Aria Entertainment); Freddy, Ted and the Death of Joe Orton(*)(London Theatre Workshop), Apartment 40C (The Other Palace) and scenic artist on The Roof (National Theatre).

*Brooklyn The Musical
(Greenwich Theatre, London)

*’Confessional by Tennessee Williams
(Southwark Playhouse, London)

*’Through The Mill
(Southwark Playhouse)

*’Metropolis The Muscial
(Ye Olde Rose & Crown Theatre)

*Whistle Down The Wind
(Union Theatre, London)

*’Freddie Ted and the Death of Joe Orton
(London Theatre Workshop)

*’Othello
(Union Theatre)