Rebecca Brower is an award-winning UK based Production & Stage Designer. Rebecca graduated from Central School of Speech and Drama in 2011 and in 2012 completed a year on the Design Team for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic games. Rebecca works across many genres of performance; Theatre, Events, Immersive Theatre, Ceremonies and more.
Rebecca was the winner of The Stage Newspaper Design award 2011 aimed at up and coming Theatre Designers and the Equity Young Members Bursary Award 2012. In 2015 Rebecca was a finalist for the Old Vic 12 Designer. Rebecca has been nominated for four Off West End awards for BEST SET DESIGN; Hamlet (The Rose Theatre Bankside, 2013), Home Chat (The Finborough Theatre, 2016), A Lie of the Mind (Southward Playhouse, 2017), The Glass Menagerie (The Arcola Theatre, 2019).
Most recent 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 this year Rebecca designed the London Borough of Culture 2020 Opening Event for Brent.
Rebecca designed the hit new musical All or Nothing, written and directed by Carol Harrison which transferred into the West End in 2018. Other successful productions included The Boys in the Band, by Mart Crowley which transferred into the West End in 2017.
Alongside Theatre Rebecca also works in large-scale events and Ceremonies. Some of her most notable projects include the Torch Ceremony for the Rio 2016 Paralympics and The Great North Star closing the Great Exhibition of the North .
Rebecca is currently the Production Designer for Doctor Who: Time Fracture, the large scale immersive theatre production opening in Spring 2021. The production is produced by Immersive Everywhere and BBC Studios.