Mike Britton

Set and Costume Designer

Mike trained in theatre design at Wimbledon School of Art, London.

Theatre designs include: Statement Of Regret (National Theatre); Winters Tale, Pericles and Madness In Valencia (Royal Shakespeare Company); The Vertical Hour (Royal Court Theatre); That Face (Royal Court Theatre Upstairs and Duke of Yorks Theatre); Hero (Royal Court Theatre Upstairs); The Merchant Of Venice, Holy Warriors, Macbeth, The Taming Of The Shrew, Much Ado About Nothing, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Antony & Cleopatra, Coriolanus (Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre); All The Angels (Sam Wannamaker Playhouse); The Promise, The Late Middle Classes (Donmar Warehouse); Period of Adjustment (Almeida Theatre); Cave (London Sinfonietta at Printworks London); Abigail’s Party (Meiner Chocolate Factory and Duke Of Yorks Theatre); Walk Hard (Tricycle Theatre); Broken Glass (Tricycle Theatre and Vaudeville Theatre); Pure Gold (Soho Theatre); Nakamitsu (The Gate Theatre); Judgement Day, Fabrication (The Print Room); Glass Eels, Comfort Me With Apples (Hampstead Theatre); The Deep Blue Sea, Nijinsky (Chichester Festival Theatre); The Tales Of Ballycumber, The Three Sisters (Abbey Theatre Dublin); The Graduate, Great Expectations, Tis Pity She’s A Whore, Hay Fever, Dial M For Murder (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Henry V (Manchester Evening Post Award for best design); Mirandolina (Royal Exchange Theatre Manchester); Therese Raquin, Who’s Afraid Of Virginia Woolf, Candida (Theatre Royal Bath); Ghosts, Love From A Stranger, Cat On A Hot Tin Roof, A Tale Of Two Cities,To Sir With Love (Royal and Derngate, Northampton); Wuthering Heights, The Lady From The Sea (TMA Award for best design); and She Stoops To Conquer (Birmingham Repertory Theatre); Faith Healer (Bristol Old Vic and Hong Kong); Krapp’s Last Tape, A Kind Of Alaska (Bristol Old Vic); Les Liaisons Dangereuses, Arsenic And Old Lace, People At Sea (Salisbury Playhouse); The Hypochondriac, Noises Off, Dr Faustus (Liverpool Playhouse); The Morris (Liverpool Everyman Theatre); Don’t Look Now (Lyceum Theatre Sheffield and Lyric Theatre Hammersmith); The Absence Of War, Comedy of Errors, Bird Calls (Crucible Theatre Sheffield); Twelfth Night (Theatre Royal Plymouth); Season’s Greetings, Aristocrats (Clwyd Theatr Cymru); How Many Miles To Babylon, John Bull’s Other Island (Lyric Theatre Belfast); Tartuffe, The Gentleman From Olmedo, The Venitian Twins, The Triumph Of Love, and Dancing At Lughnasa (Watermill Theatre Newbury); The Age Of Consent (Pleasance Theatre Edinburgh and The Bush Theatre London); Plenty (Public Theatre New York); The Merchant Of Venice (Lincoln Centre New York and international tour); Rudolf (A musical for Vereinigte Buhnen Wien at the Raimund Theatre, Vienna, and also at The Imperial Theatre, Tokyo); and The Crucible, Romeo & Juliet (Tokyo and Osaka).

Film and Television includes: Black Mirror (Season 6); Supervising Set Decorator (Netflix); Killing Eve (Season 4); Set Decorator (BBC) BFDG Award for best design Temple (Season 2); Set Decorator (Sky, HBO) A Christmas Carol, Set Decorator (BBC, FX), Terminator: Dark Fate, Supervising Set Decorator (Paramount Pictures, Skydance); Taboo, Set Decorator (BBC, FX); BFDG Award for best design Mr.Selfridge (Season 2); Set Decorator (ITV); and Kingdom Of Heaven, Location Set Decorator (20th Century Fox).