Adrian Linford

Adrian Linford

Adrian trained at the Wimbledon School of Art in London.

UK productions include The Long Road South, Dear Lupin (starring James Fox), The Rake’s Progress, The Castle, The Tyrant, Eugene Onegin, Così fan tutte, The Witch of Edmonton, and the environment for the New Writing So & So Hopeful season (London); Star Quality, Betrayal, Family Voices, The Glass Menagerie, The Maids, the UK premiere of Lorca’s When Five Years Pass (Edinburgh Fringe First Award), Blood Wedding, Iphigenia at Aulis, The Shoemakers Wonderful Wife, and Yerma.

Work abroad includes Rigoletto (Santa Fe opera), Il Turco in Italia (Angers Nantes Opera and Theatres de la Ville, Luxembourg), Sunday in the Park with George (Theatre du Chatelet), Falstaff (LA Opera), Offenbach’s La Grande Duchesse du Gerolstein (Santa Fe Opera), Orfeo Ed Eurydice with David Daniels (Minnesota Opera), The Bald Soprano and The Maids in New York, ART, A Twist of Fate (world premiere), Blithe Spirit (Singapore)

Other productions include Sondheim’s Assassins for Pimlico Opera, new writing at The Finborough includes Tango ‘til you’re sore, The Chain Saw Manicure and Acid hearts, The Turn of the Screw (Macedonian Opera), Die Fledermaus and Katya Kabanova (Scottish Opera), and co-designed Il Trovatore (Bastille Opera, directed by Francesca Zambello).

Currently working on King Lear for the Royal and Derngate, Northampton and UK Tour (ATG), opening in April 2016.