Frankie Bradshaw is an award-winning set and costume designer for theatre, opera and dance. She won the Best Creative West End Debut at the Stage Debut Awards 2019 jointly with director Lynette Linton for Sweat at the Gielgud Theatre. She was a Jerwood Young Designer in 2017, won the Off West-End Best Set Design award in 2016, and was a Linbury Prize finalist in 2015.
Frankie’s recent design credits for theatre include: Beauty and the Beast (Rose Theatre, Kingston), The Long Song (Chichester Festival Theatre), The Lemon Table (MGC and Wiltshire Creative), Piaf, Skellig (Nottingham Playhouse), Assembly (Donmar Warehouse), Sweat (West End/Donmar Warehouse), Hamlet (National Theatre Primary Tour), Two Trains Running (ETT and Royal & Derngate), Cinderella (Lyric Hammersmith), A Christmas Carol (Theatre Clwyd), Napoli Brooklyn (UK Tour/Park Theatre), Trying It On (UK Tour/RSC/Royal Court), Kiss Me Kate, Jerusalem, Nesting, Robin Hood (Watermill Theatre), Cookies (Theatre Royal Haymarket), On the Exhale (Traverse), Hansel (Salisbury Playhouse).
For opera she has designed: Macbeth,Idomeneo, and Elizabetta for English Touring Opera.
For dance she has designed: Pinocchio (Northern Ballet).