Christopher Dudgeon

Costume Design Assistant
Christopher Dudgeon

Christopher’s work includes: Silenced and Spree (short films, Northern Ballet); Cinderella (associate E. Ryott, Finnish National Ballet); Darokhand (Tribe Arts); Wild Geese (Taiyuan Dance Troupe, Beijing and touring); The Architect, Cleopatra, Glass Canon and Hamlet (Northern Ballet); No Man’s Land (short film); The Damnation of Faust (associate E. Ryott , Deutsche Oper Berlin); Rags (Guildhall School of Music and Drama); Darling of the Day and Bells are Ringing (Union Theatre, London); Babes in Arms and Singin’ in the Rain (ArtsEd); Enter (Talawa Youth Theatre); Lysistrata (Rose Theatre, London); Leonce und Lena (associate E. Ryott, Grands Ballets Canadiens); Genoveva and Camacho’s Wedding (UCL); Beware of What You Wish For (short film); Salome (associate C. Murphy, Korean National Opera); The Rakes Progress (Welsh National Opera Max); The Medium and Ten Belles (Sherman Theatre Cardiff); and Umbilica (National Dance Company Wales).

Prior to retraining in Theatre Design at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama, Christopher was a principal dancer with Northern Ballet for many years. He also danced for Scottish Ballet, Ballet du Nord and the Royal Ballet of Flanders.

Christopher was awarded ‘Best Art Direction’ on his short film Beware of What You Wish For at the Barcelona International Film Festival 2010.