constance.villemot@gmail.com

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Constance is a set and costume designer based in London. What she really appreciates about theatre and performing art in general is the collective effort leading to a performance. She designs meticulous and poetic spaces to enhance and engage with the audience’s imagination beyond what they can see. 

 

Constance is currently the set and costume designer for Remote at The Marlowe Theatre as a part of ‘Connections’, The National Theatre’s annual youth theatre festival directed by Ellie Wright and To be Continued a touring show directed by Suha Al-Khayyat & Alex Cooke & Claire MacNeill and produced by Little Fish Theatre.

She recently designed The Magic Circus (dir. Nigel Munson, Haringey Shed), NoMad (dir. Sandra Preciado, Response Ability Theatre), Love, Genius and a Walk (dir. Leah Townley, LGW Productions), Divide & School (dir. Catherine Palmer, Young and Talented), @emele (dir. David Willcock, Oxfordshire Contemporary Opera), Misfits (dir. Bethany Sharp, The Space), Labyrinth Diet (dir. Charlotte Everest, The Space), Look who’s all grown up (dir. Ella Murdoch, The Space), Refuge (dir. Jess Barton, The Space), I and the Village (dir. Rebecca Pryle & Velenzia Spearpoint, Bread and Roses), Tell it Slant (director Erica Miller, Merry Spinsters)... 

 

Constance holds a master’s degree in scenography from the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, a bachelor’s degree in technical theatre, specialising in design realisation from Guildhall School of Music and Drama. She has also completed a bachelor's degree in spatial design, focussing on set design, architecture, and landscape design at École Nationale Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et des Métiers d’Art – Olivier de Serres in Paris.

 

Constance is a member of the Society of British Theatre Designers, Whitecard Collective, Stage Sight, Equity and Mrs C's Collective. 

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