The Linbury Prize
This biennial Prize, the most important of its kind in the UK, brings together the best of emerging designers with professional theatre, dance and opera companies.
The four winners of each competition receive a cash prize together with a professional commission to design a production for a major company. Companies that have collaborated with the Prize in recent years include Birmingham Opera, Headlong, National Theatre of Scotland, Lyric Hammersmith and Scottish Dance Theatre.
Details will be announced at various intervals throughout 2017 as judges and companies are confirmed so make sure you Register to keep up with the latest developments.
The Linbury Prize for Stage Design is funded entirely by the Linbury Trust, a charitable trust
founded in 1973 by Lord Sainsbury of Preston Candover KG (John Sainsbury), and his wife Anya, Lady Sainsbury, CBE, the former ballerina Anya Linden. The name 'Linbury' is thus derived from the names Linden and Sainsbury.
For more information about The Linbury Trust please visit the website at linburytrust.org.uk
The Prize is supported by a group of Advocates, all eminent figures in the theatre world who endorse the Linbury Prize’s aims.
Mark Baldwin, Simon Russell Beale CBE, Sue Blane MBE, Edward Bond, Matthew Bourne OBE, Christopher Bruce CBE, Alison Chitty OBE, Bob Crowley, Stephen Daldry CBE, Siobhan Davies CBE, Sir Anthony Dowell CBE, Sir Richard Eyre CBE, Rupert Goold, Sir David Hare, Tim Hatley, Prof Pamela Howard, David Hockney CH RA OM, Stuart Hopps, Richard Hudson, Nicholas Hytner, Richard Jones, Ralph Koltai CBE RDI, David Lan, John Macfarlane, Geoffrey Marsh, Jonathan Mills, John Napier, Sir Trevor Nunn CBE, Timothy O'Brien, Alistair Spalding CBE, Sir John Tusa, Anthony Ward, Nicholas Wright