Dublin Theatre Festival


Alan Farquharson

Alan has previously worked with Rough on Improbable Frequency, Take Me Away, Words of Advice for Young People and The Life of Galileo. Other theatre Designs include: West Side Story, A Life, Bugsy Malone and Rent (Olympia); The Wiremen, Borstal Boy and Sinbad (Gaiety); Luca (Project); Deathtrap (Andrew's Lane) and An Solas Dearg (Peacock). He co-designed the set and lighting for The Shape of Metal (Abbey) with John Comiskey. Alan joined the RTÉ Design Department in 1978 where he designed for The Late Late Show, Kenny Live, Prime Time, RTÉ News presentations, and various outside broadcasts. He has worked as Production Designer on many of RTÉ's major film productions including Dear Sarah, Diary of a Madman, The Truth About Clare, Hello Stranger and The Treaty. He was also responsible for the Production Design of the Eurovision Song Contest in 1993 and 1995. Since leaving RTÉ as Senior Production Designer in August 1996 Alan has been responsible for the Design of Night Train (Subotica Productions), A Love Divided (Parallel Films in association with RTÉ), The Irish Tenors (RDS/Waterfront, Belfast for Radius Television/PBS), Relative Strangers (Littlebird/Tatfilm), A Secret Affair (CBS/Adelson Entertainment/Metropolitan Films), Love is the Drug  (RTE/Saffron Films) and The Nobel Peace Prize Concert 1999 and 2000 (NRK Television).


Improbable Frequency

The Bonefire

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