Julie's latest design include How The Other Half Loves directed by Alan Strachan for the Theatre
Haymarket. Her most recent national tours include Rehearsal For Murder directed by Roy Marsden and Before the Party directed by Tom Conti.
Julie has extensive credits for set and costume design in regional, touring and West End theatre.
She has recently designed Two into One at the Menier Chocolate Factory, the National Tour of The Last of the Duty Free for Bill Kenwright Ltd and Blockbuster, a musical directed by Paul Nicholas.
Other recent work includes the design for Pack of Lies, a national tour directed by Christopher Morahan (starring Lorna Luff) and the musical London Girls’ directed by Ray Cooney. She has also recently designed the tour of Katie and the Mona Lisa, Murder by Misadventure (featuring Hale and Pace) and the pantomimes Aladdin, Cinderella and Mother Goose for Greenwich theatre.
Julie’s West End theatre credits include: The Female Odd Couple (Apollo Theatre, directed by Elijah Moshinsky), The Odd Couple (Haymarket Theatre Royal, directed by Harvey Medlinski), On The Piste (The Garrick Theatre, directed by Bob Tomson), One Fine Day (Albery Theatre, directed by Bob Tomson), and Icons (Leicester square theatre directed by David Taylor).
Designs for national Tours include: The Kingfisher (with Rosemary Leach), Old World (directed by Christopher Morahan), London Suite, Party Piece (with George Cole) and Stepping Out (starring Patsy Palmer). She also designed Nobody’s Fool (directed by Andy de la Tour), About Alice (directed by David Taylor), Nunsense, Neville’s Island, Private Lives, Dames at Sea and By Jeeves (all tours, directed by Chris Jordan).
Deadly Game (directed by Ian Marr), Cinderella (directed by Jan Dunn), Moment Of Weakness and Safari Party (directed by David Taylor) are all other examples of Julie’s design.
Julie's work at the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford, includes Nobody’s Perfect with Stephanie Beecham (directed by Andy de la Tour) and Funny About Love.
For Bill Kenwright Ltd credits include: On the Piste (National Tour), In Two Minds (directed by Bob Tomson), The Perfect Murder, Catch Me If You Can (National Tour), London Suite (National Tour) and Canaries Sometimes Sing.
A selection of other set and costume design credits include: Why Me (Churchill Theatre, Bromley), Raving Beauties (directed by Bob Tomson), Feed (directed by Kenneth Allen-Taylor) both at The Liverpool Playhouse Theatre, Blues In The Night, Stags & Hens, The Canterbury Tales, Jack & The Beanstalk, On The Piste, Mispah, Sinbad (all at the Queens Theatre Hornchurch), Grease (UK tour, directed by Bob Tomson).