Alice Power trained in Contemporary Art at Nottingham Trent University and State University New York (B.A First Class honours). Most recently she has designed THE WALWORTH FARCE by Enda Walsh at The Olympia Theatre, Dublin. Starring Brendan, Domhnall and Brian Gleeson.
In 2014 she designed JEEVES AND WOOSTER IN PERFECT NONSENSE by David and Robert Goodale, directed by Sean Foley, at the Duke of York's Theatre. Currently touring the UK.
Alice designed set and costumes for Thomas Middleton's A MAD WORLD MY MASTERS, directed by Sean Foley for the RSC, which opened at The Swan in Stratford on June 6th 2013.
Her work in theatre includes designing and inventing visual comedy with THE RIGHT SIZE 1991 - 2006. She designed the Olivier Award winning and Tony Nominated production of THE PLAY WHAT I WROTE by Sean Foley and Hamish McColl, directed by Kenneth Branagh (Best New Comedy, 2002, Wyndhams theatre and the Lyceum theatre on Broadway). She also designed the Olivier nominated show DUCKTASTICBY by Sean Foley and Hamish McColl, directed by Kenneth Branagh (Best Entertainment nomination 2006). Other designs for the West End include BETTY by Karen McLachlan, directed by Kathy Burke at the Vaudeville Theatre, and the Olivier Award winning comedy DO YOU COME HERE OFTEN? (Best Entertainment 1999), by Sean Foley and Hamish McColl, directed by Jos Houben, also at the Vaudeville Theatre.
Other productions for The Right Size include MOOSE, PENNY DREADFUL, BALDY HOPKINS, HOLD ME DOWN, (all national and international tours), and BEWILDERNESS at the Lyric Hammersmith.
Recent designs include WHAT THE BUTLER SAW by Joe Orton, directed by Sean Foley at the Vaudeville Theatre, THE PAINKILLER at the Belfast Lyric, starring Kenneth Branagh and Rob Brydon,
The Armstrong & Miller Live show for a UK tour, the UK version of Joan Rivers’ autobiographical comedy A WORK IN PROGRESS for Edinburgh Festival and Leicester Square Theatre, SPACES BETWEEN for Candoco Dance Company at the Southbank Centre for the re-opening of the Royal Festival Hall and BEAUTY AND THE BEAST for the Belgrade Theatre Coventry.
She co-directed, and designed PAPER WALLS for Scarlet Theatre, (Edinburgh Festival and the Merlin Theatre, Budapest).
Art installations include OLD DOG NEW TRICK, for LIFT Festival, 2004, and The Shed Project, at The South Bank Centre, 2008. In July 2010 she exhibited in the group art show MINISCULE at the Oblong gallery, Islington.
She has designed extraordinary props, art directed for Why Not Films, and made specialised props and costumes for Julian Clary, Ken Russell and Tom Waits.
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