Victoria Johnstone, Set & Costume Designer
Victoria trained at Central Saint Martins and Rose Bruford College, receiving first class BA (Hons) degree in Theatre Design. She has lived in Scotland, Texas and the Middle East and is now based in Sussex and London.
Her other set and costume designs for the stage include Our Mutual Friend by Dickens (Brighton Open Air Theatre), The Last of the De Mullins, Ivy & Joan, Flowers of the Forest, Statements After an Arrest Under the Immorality Act, Fever, set design for Natural Affection and costume design for Saturday Night by Sondheim and The Notorious Mrs Ebbsmith by Arthur Wing Pinero (all at Jermyn Street Theatre), Fear and Misery of the Third Reich by Bertolt Brecht (Brighton Dome), Daphne by Richard Strauss, Origin of the Species by Bryony Lavery and Coming Home by Athol Fugard (Arcola Theatre), Cover Her Face – a transgender reinterpretation of Webster’s Duchess of Malfi (Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club), Spent and How to Find Us (Soho Theatre), Unstated and Sense (Southwark Playhouse), Hotel Medea (Shunt Vaults), set design for The Dilemma of a Ghost by Ama Ata Aidoo (Border Crossings/National Theatre of Ghana) and Heiner Müller’s Hamletmachine (BAC/International tour).
Victoria also works as a costume designer in film and television.