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Niall McKeever

Niall is an Irish scenographer based in London. He is a recipient of the 1 year full time Max Rayne Production Design residency at the National Theatre, London (2018 -2019) where he was Associate Set and Costume Designer on Translations. In 2022, he designed the set for Northern Ireland Opera’s Into The Woods, which won the Irish Times Irish Theatre Award for ‘Best Production’. He was also nominated for ‘Best Set’. His work on Into The Woods appeared on The Stage’s Top Shows of 2022, and La Traviata in The Observer’s ‘Best concerts and operas of 2022’.

Niall designed the JMK Award winning production of Statements after an Arrest under the Immorality Act directed by Diane Page, produced at the Orange Tree Theatre (2021) as well as This Beautiful Future at Jermyn Street Theatre, finalist for ‘Best Production’ at the Offie Awards. Recent Theatre and Opera credits include: Peter Pan (Gate Theatre Dublin), Tosca (Northern Ireland Opera at Grand Opera House Belfast); Under The Kundé Tree (Southwark Playhouse); The Dry House (Marylebone Theatre); Into The Woods (His Majesty’s Theatre Perth), La Traviata (Northern Ireland Opera/Grand Opera House Belfast); Yellowman (Orange Tree Theatre); Werther (Lyric Opera/National Concert Hall Dublin); Into The Woods (Northern Ireland Opera/Lyric Theatre Belfast); Statements After an Arrest Under the Immorality Act (Orange Tree Theatre); This Beautiful Future (Jermyn Street Theatre).

As Associate/assistant: Translations, Peter Gynt, Dick Whittington, (National Theatre); Klippies (Young Vic); The Trails (Donmar Warehouse); Caroline or Change (Broadway transfer); Missing Julie (Theatr Clywd) Television/Film: Game of Thrones season V – VII (HBO); In The Earth, In Fabric, (Rook Films); LOVE, (Cuba Pictures/National Theatre); Dungarees, (BBC/BFI); Trigger.Charlie.One, (Atomium Films)