Meet the Team
Catherine is a Costume Designer and Supervisor. Most recent work includes Costume Design for The Jungle, Associate Costume for Punchdrunk’s Third Day 12-hour livestream, Supervisor for comedy central’s Drunk Histories; Black Stories. As former Head of Costume at the Young Vic for 13 years she helped stage up to 20 shows a year. Landmark productions include, Ivo Van Hove’s A View from the Bridge, Benedict Andrews’ A Streetcar Named Desire, Simon Stones’ Yerma, Stephen Daldry and Justin Martin’s The Inheritance.
Nikki is Costume & Production Administrator in Theatre and Music production. International touring and West End Costume Assistant, Head of Wardrobe. Productions for theatre include Disney’s Frozen & Beauty & The Beast, The King & I, The Illusionists, Dynamo Live, Kinky Boots, Harry Potter & The Cursed Child, Batman Live, Hairspray & We Will Rock You, Music work includes Madonna Madame X, Spice Girls & Take That. Costume Entertainment Manager for 20th Century Fox World, Kuala Lumper.
(Education & Outreach)
Freelance Costume Supervisor working at the ROH and National Theatre
Claire is a West End Wardrobe Manager, BECTU Rep and currently Head of Department on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child. Other notable shows include SIX, 42nd Street, Peter Pan Goes Wrong, Into the Woods, People, Places and Things, The Illusionists, Sister Act, Joseph, Wizard of Oz, Lord of the Rings, The Producer's and several seasons with Regent's Park Open Air Theatre.
Rose is currently Head of Wardrobe at Come From Away. She is our Sustainability Officer who is working towards a greener future for costume professionals and is currently collaborating on The Theatre Green Book.
Amy is a West End Wardrobe Manager, Bectu Rep and Committee member at CiTEA.
She is currently Head of Wardrobe on Tina: The Tina Turner Musical. Having worked in the West End, Regional Theatre, UK and International touring productions such as Wind in the Willows, Dick Whittington, Loves Labours Lost, Much Ado About Nothing, Mack and Mabel, Grease, Hairspray and Jesus Christ Superstar.
(Bectu & AAPTLE)
Chanel is a West End Wardrobe Assistant and Costume Performance Support Technician; Freelance Alterations and Fitting Specialist. Most recent productions include Be More Chill and School of Rock.
Zoe Thomas Webb
Freelance Costume Supervisor working at Young Vic, ROH and Hamilton.
(Social Media & AAPTLE)
Anna is a West End wardrobe person, usually found dressing, and the founder of Not On The West End. She is part of the social media team for CiTEA and AAPTLE.
Former Head of Costume Rambert Bcompany, Costume Designer and Supervisor, most recent work, Third Day Live Event for Punchdrunk
(Student & Graduate Outreach)
(Student & Graduate Outreach)
(ATG Working Group)
Lucy is Running Wardrobe Manager at Glyndebourne Festival Opera, working a repertoire for Stage, film and International/UK Tours. Previously worked as Wardrobe Mistress, Costume Supervisor and Costume maker extensively in the West End, Regional Theatre, UK and European touring productions including Saturday Night Fever, Never Forget, We will Rock you (cover), Chichester Festival Theatre, The English National Opera and Royal Opera House.
Caroline is a committee member working to find ways to support parents and carers working in costume. (Job-share with Ruth Chaddock)
Costume Supervisor and Wardrobe Manager. Most recently working on The Mousetrap in the West End, Ariodante, a co production with the English National Opera and The Bolshoi and An Inspector Calls tour. Other notable shows include; Faith Hope and Charity at The National Theatre, A Streetcar Named Desire -New York Tour, Don Giovani at the English National Opera, A View From The Bridge, Young Vic and West End, Les Blancs at The National.
Ruth is committee member working on the PiPA connection and finding ways to support parents and carers working in costume. (Job-share with Caroline McCall) Freelance stitcher working on new shows and cast changes. Most recently, Phantom of The Opera, Magic Goes Wrong, Singing in The Rain, Hamilton, The Play That Goes Wrong, 42nd Street, Dreamgirls and The Comedy About A Bank Robbery.