Tom Piper

This event has finished Took place on: Friday, 2nd Dec 2016

Designer of the extraordinary 'Blood Swept Lands and Seas of Red' poppies installation at the Tower of London, in collaboration with artist Paul Cummins, which was visited by over 5 million people, Tom Piper MBE is a critically acclaimed artist and theatremaker.

Co- designer of the recent Curtain Up exhibition first seen by visitors at the V&A and now on in New York, his other work includes Orfeo which nominated for an Olivier Award 2015 as part of outstanding achievement in opera for ROH and The Roundhouse.

He was Associate Designer at The RSC for ten years and has designed over 30 productions with them, including the award winning History Cycle ,directed by Michael Boyd in 2009.

Join him for a discussion of his multi-disciplinary, award winning career and inspirations.

Cost: £10

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Europe/London Tom Piper A talk by the artist behind the huge display of ceramic poppies in the grounds of the Tower of London. Victoria and Albert Museum,Cromwell Road, London,,London

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Cromwell Road, London, London, SW7 2RL

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