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  • Jocelyn Herbert - Wikipedia

    Jocelyn Herbert RDI (22 February 1917 – 6 May 2003) was a highly influential British stage designer

  • The Jocelyn Herbert Archive

    Jocelyn Herbert (1917 – 2003) was a seminal figure in postwar twentieth-century British theatre. Her approach altered the way directors and audiences came to view ...

  • Jocelyn Herbert - Telegraph

    Jocelyn Herbert's designs, which used a minimum of scenery and a maximum of lighting effects, achieved an admirably unforced balance between realism and surrealism.

  • Obituary: Jocelyn Herbert | Global | The Guardian

    Jocelyn Herbert, who has died aged 86, was one of a tiny group of people who could safely be called a conscience for the British theatre. This virtue, as well as her ...

  • Jocelyn Herbert | The Independent

    Among Jocelyn Herbert's early teachers were the three women – the sisters Margaret ("Percy") and Sophie Harris and Elizabeth Montgomery – of the Motley design team.

  • Jocelyn Herbert - IMDb

    Jocelyn Herbert, Editorial Department: Tom Jones. Jocelyn Herbert was born on February 22, 1917 in Hammersmith, London, England. She was a production designer and ...

  • The Archive: Jocelyn Herbert – design’s quiet ...

    If the Royal Court staged a revolution in British theatre in the 1950s, Jocelyn Herbert was a frontline activist, manning the barricades and spreading the

  • From the Jocelyn Herbert Archive

    Jocelyn Herbert (1917-2003) was one of Britain’s leading theatre designers. She transformed earlier assumptions about the relationships between designers, directors ...

  • Jocelyn Herbert | Special Collections | Library ...

    Herbert, Jocelyn (1917-2003), Theatre Designer. Jocelyn Herbert was born on 22 February 1917 in Hammersmith, London to Alan Patrick Herbert and Gwendolen Harriet Quilter.

  • The Jocelyn Herbert Lecture with Phyllida Lloyd | National ...

    The celebrated director, whose work includes Mary Stuart, Mamma Mia! and the recent all-female Shakespeare Trilogy for the Donmar Warehouse, reflects on the impact of ...

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