Dublin Theatre Festival


Aedin Cosgrove

Aedín Cosgrove co-founded Pan Pan in 1991. Designs for Pan Pan include Bronze Twist (winner of Best Overall Production, Dublin Fringe Festival, 1995), Standoffish (winner of Adelaide Festival Fringe First, 2000), Cartoon, Mac-Beth 7 (nominated for Best Lighting, Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards, 2003), One: Healing with Theatre, Oedipus Loves You, The Idiots, Playboy of the Western World, (Beijing) and The Crumb Trail (nominated for Best Lighting, Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards, 2010).  In 2006, Cosgrove travelled with director Sarah-Jane Scaife to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, and Athens, Greece, to the  Samuel Beckett  Centenary Residency program during which time they produced Come and Go, Rough for Theatre I, Act Without Words II, Footfalls, and Nacht und Träume. Later, they travelled to Bei Wei University Beijing to work on translation into Mandarin of Marina Carr’s By the Bog of Cats. Cosgrove also works in opera and dance, most recently Five Ways to Drown for junk ensemble which opened Dublin Dance Festival 2010. 

Aedín joined director Dylan Tighe to design lighting for No Worst There Is None in Newman House for the Ulster Bank Dublin Theatre Festival. (Winner, Best Production, Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards 2010), and is currently working on Do Di Zhu by Sun Yue, Shanghai Dramatic Arts Centre in October 2010.


The Rehearsal, Playing the Dane

Everyone is King Lear in his own Home


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