Charlie Damigos is a freelance Set and Costume designer based in London.
She is an Associate Artist for Company Three (formerly Islington Community Theatre) and delivers designing and making workshops for festivals and arts organisations
Brainstorm created by Ned Glasier, Emily Lim and the company for Islington Community Theatre.
Performed at Park Theatre January 2015, NT Temporary Theatre July 2015 and March 2016. Also filmed for BBC iPlayer as part of BBC4's "Live at Television Centre" November 2015
***** The Times
"....The play highlights the beauty in the chaos of teenage minds as exemplified in Charlie Damigos's exploded bedroom of a set...." The Londonist
THE VERTICAL HOUR
The Vertical Hour by David Hare at Park Theatre 200. Directed by Nigel Douglas. September 2014
"...a stimulating evening in the theatre looking at both politics and people that Nigel Douglas’s production makes the more effective by being set in designer Charlie Damigos’s serene surroundings...." British Theatre Guide
"...Charlie Damigos' beautifully atmospheric design has transformed the Park200...." West End Frame
"...This perfectly bedecked story house begins to tell its tale as you enter the auditorium where the most beautiful scene has been set –...With such an exceptional setting, a script of the highest calibre by Britain’s foremost playwright David Hare, and a cast mixing fresh new talent with the experienced and established; there is an atmosphere of high expectation...." LondonTheatre1.com
It Snows by Bryony Lavery, Islington Community Theatre, Pleasance Theatre, Director Ned Glasier November 2010
A devised performance with six schools based on I Am Yusuf And This Is My Brother by Amir Nizar Zubi, part of the Young Vic SEN Schools festival, Maria Space, Young Vic Theatre, Director Ned Glasier, March 2010
Onysos the Wild
Onysos the Wild by Laurent Gaude, Directed by Severine Ruset, Theatre 503 September 2005, Traverse Edinburgh Festival July 2006
The Water's Edge
The Water's Edge by Theresa Rebeck, Arcola Theatre, Director Fiona Morrell, January 2009
".... what works, brilliantly so, is the atmospheric production directed by Fiona Morrell. On a beautifully lit lakeside house - the audience walks through trees to get to their seats - Morrell and designer Charlie Damigos conjure up a mysterious world where reality could, just possibly, merge with myth."
Out of the Fog
Out Of The Fog by Roy Williams. Costume Design for a specially written play for Almeida Projects inspired by Big White Fog by Theodore Ward.
Directed by Matt Wilde, Almeida Theatre 2007 (Set Lez Brotherstone)
Medea by Euripides. BADA production, Director Ian Wooldridge, Teatro Technis, December 2005
Roberto Zucco by Koltes. BADA production, Director Ian Wooldridge, Oval House Theatre, December 2004