Nic Farman is a Lighting Designer based in the UK. He has worked on a variety of different productions, ranging from new writing and classic texts, to musicals, opera and dance.
Winner of The Worshipful Company of Lightmongers & ALD Award for New Talent in Entertainment Lighting 2016
Winner of the 'Francis Reid Award' as part of the Association of Lighting Designers Michael Northen Bursary in 2013.
Nominated for Best Lighting Designer at the 'Off West End Awards’ in 2016 for 'The Spanish Tragedy’ and in 2015 for ‘Shock Treatment’ and ‘The Win Bin’.
Nic trained at Rose Bruford College, leaving with a 1st Class BA Honours Degree in Lighting Design.
The Toxic Avenger (Arts Theatre & Southwark Playhouse); Working (Southwark Playhouse); How To Succeed in Business Without Really Trying (Wiltons Music Hall); The Stripper (St James Studio); Dusty (Auzura, P&O Cruises); Children of Eden (Union Theatre); Brexit The Musical (C Venues Edinburgh); The Life (Arts Ed Studio); Urinetown (Pleasance Theatre); Dracula! (Soho Theatre); Hostage Song; Valley of Song (Finborough Theatre); Holy Crap; Shock Treatment (King’s Head Theatre)
The Invisible Man (Queens Theatre, Hornchurch), Late Company (Trafalgar Studios & Finborough Theatre), Jack and the Beanstalk (Salisbury Playhouse), Spindrift (The Garage, Norwich & The Drum, Plymouth), Coming Clean; Cosi; F*cking Men (King’s Head Theatre); Positive (Park Theatre), Jack and the Beanstalk (Derngate, Northampton), The Crucible; Balm in Gilead (Arcola Theatre), Romeo and Juliet (Newbury Corn Exchange & National Tour), Cinderella (Leicester Square Theatre), Richard III (Cockpit Theatre & Greenwich Theatre), Daisy Pulls it Off; A Level Playing Field (Shoreditch Town Hall), The Little Mermaid (Riverside Studios), The Laramie Project (Leicester Curve)
La Boheme (Trafalgar Studios), Madam Butterfly; Cosi Fan Tutte (King’s Head Theatre), The Immortal Hour (Finborough Theatre)