Mick Bearwish talks about working with Rob Walker and how the politics of the time influenced the work being produced.
Mick Bearwish shares his experiences when working on Hamlet and how he went out with the stage management team and ‘found’ items to make the set, some from the old docks. He recalls an incident during the show when Simon Callow set off a fire extinguisher
Mick Bearwish talks about designing Pal Joey and the challenges of trying to recreate a big Hollywood musical in a small theatre.
Mick Bearwish describes designing and building The Machine Wreckers, which had such a large set that it took 30 people, working in shifts, to build it.
Mick Bearwish talks about designing Alfredo Galvez – 12 Shifts Of Gear, for which he used bits of old rural machinery and real reeds, which gave the theatre an evocative aroma.
Mick Bearwish reminisces about designing The Resistible Rise of Arturo Ui and one incident with the local police. Interviewed by Rosie Vincent.