Rebecca Brower is an award-winning UK based Production & Stage Designer. Rebecca studied Theatre Design at The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama and at the very start of her career completed a year on the Design Team for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games. Rebecca designs across many genres of performance; Theatre, Events, Ceremonies and specialises in large scale Immersive Theatre both in the UK and abroad.
Most recent large scale Immersive shows include; Doctor Who Time Fracture for Immersive Everywhere in collaboration with BBC Studios. Doctor Who Time Fracture is currently transferring to a new location to be announced soon. Peaky Blinders: The Rise for Immersive Everywhere in collaboration with the BBC and currently playing in The Stables in Camden Market, London. Arcane for Secret Cinema in collaboration with RIOT Games and NETFLIX which opened in Los Angeles USA in 2021. Get The V for Swamp Motel in collaboration with AMAZON promoting their new series of The Boys. A week long event in the centre of London.
Most recent theatre shows include The Last King of Scotland at The Crucible Theatre, Sheffield, Directed by Gbolahan Obisesan, and Leave to Remain by Matt Jones and Kele Okereke, at The Lyric Hammersmith. At the end of 2018 Rebecca designed The Great North Star, The Closing Ceremony of the Exhibition of the North on the banks of the river Tyne in Newcastle. At the beginning of 2020 Rebecca designed the London Borough of Culture Opening Event for Brent. Rebecca is currently designing the touring Ceremony ‘This is Us’ for The Rugby League World Cup 2022.
Rebecca will be announcing her up and coming Productions soon.