British designer Katrina Lindsay made her Royal Opera debut designing costumes for Kasper Holten’s 2013 production of Eugene Onegin.
Lindsay studied at Central Saint Martins and on graduation began working with director Rufus Norris. Lindsay now regularly designs both sets and costumes for the National Theatre, where her work has included Dara, Behind the Beautiful Forevers, Table, The Magistrate, London Road and Death and the King’s Horsemen (sets and costumes) and Earthquakes in London (costumes). She has also worked for the Royal Shakespeare Company, on productions including A Midsummer Night’s Dream, The Heresy of Love, Morte d’Arthur, Romeo and Juliet, A Comedy of Errors and House of Desires (sets and costumes), on Broadway (costume designs for Les Liaisons dangereuses, set and costume designs for Sleeping Beauty), for the Almeida, in the West End and for many other theatres. In 2017 she won the Olivier Award for Best Costume Design for Harry Potter and the Cursed Child.
Lindsay’s opera credits include Holten’s production of Die tote Stadt in Helsinki and Tokyo, La Damnation de Faust for English National Opera, Opera Vlaanderen and in Palermo, Doctor Dee for Manchester Festival and Benvenuto Cellini for ENO and Dutch National Opera. Her film and television work includes London Road and, for Channel 4, Metrosexuality and Picasso: the Power of Genius.