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Aedín Cosgrove

Aedín Cosgrove is co-artistic director of Pan Pan Theatre Company and as a set and lighting designer has worked extensively in Ireland and internationally.

Recent work includes An Evening with Reggie (The Everyman, Cork), To the Lighthouse (The Everyman, Cork and Hatch Theatre Company), Medea and Our New Girl (The Gate); Evening Train (The Everyman, Cork and Rosa Productions); Saló (Peacock Theatre, DTF2019); The Tempest (Melbourne Malthouse Theatre, Melbourne);  Endgame, Eliza’s Adventures in the Uncanny Valley, The Good House of Happiness, A Doll’s HouseDo Di Zhu (Fight the Landlord) and Playing the Dane for Pan Pan Theatre; Sacrifice at Easter, The Numbered and Far Away on Spike Island (Corcadorca); Der Sturm (The Tempest) in a co-production between Pan Pan Theatre and Theatre Bonn; Beckett’s Cascando;  A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Abbey Theatre); Schone Neue Welt (Theatre Bonn, Germany); The Seagull and Other Birds (Chengdu Theatre, China) and Embers (Edinburgh International Festival, Scotland). She won an Irish Times Theatre Award for Best Lighting for her work on All That Fall (2011), the Best Set Award for The Rehearsal, Playing the Dane (2010) and Best Lighting with Paul Keogan for Far Away (2017) and has been nominated for her designs a further seven times.

Aedín’s design for opera includes: Suor Angelica Mavra and Renard, Phaedra and For a Look or a Touch, Gianni Schicchi for RIAM / The Lir; Rise and Fall of the City of Mahagonny, Carmen, Cosi Fan TuttiDon Pasquale and Acis and Galatea for Opera Theatre Company, Ireland and most recently TimeTimeTime by Jennifer Walshe for the Borealis Festival Norway 2019.