Ian Teague

Ian has designed over 120 productions including Pericles and Romeo and Juliet for the National Theatre Education Department, Pretend Families for Spare Tyre and The Farm for New Perspectives.

With MakeBelieve Arts he has become involved in development work and training as well as designing The Lorax, Gulliver's Travels and The Woman Who Cooked Everything tours.

He has been a visiting lecturer at Central St. Martins, London Metropolitan University, and The University of Kent.  In 2003 his designs for small cast Shakespeare productions formed part of the British Golden Triga winning exhibit at the Prague Quadrennial.