Becky Minto - Designer


Current and Future projects include How To Disappear, TRAVERSE THEATRE; The Last Bordello, FIRE EXIT; Shift, NTS; and The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, PITLOCHRY FESTIVAL THEATRE.

She has designed over 100 productions for companies including National Theatre Scotland, The Royal lyceum, Grid Iron, Visible Fictions, Vanishing Point, Scottish Dance Theatre, Lung Ha, All Or Nothing, Perth Rep, 7:84, The Byre, The Citizen’s Theatre, Upswing Aerial Theatre Company, Fire Exit, Walk The Plank, Mark Murphy, RCS, Dundee Rep and Pitlochry Festival Theatre.

She was Associate Designer for the Opening and Closing Ceremonies for Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games; Land of Giants Belfast/London 2012 Festival and This Side The Other Side, Turku’s Capital of Culture Opening Ceremony in 2011.

Becky was awarded the Silver medal for Space Design for the National Theatre Scotland’s production of The 306:Dawn at the World Stage Design exhibition in Taipei 2017. She has been nominated for 3 CATS awards and a Manchester Evening News Award for Best Design.

Her designs for NTS Shetland based production Ignition and Iron-Oxide’s White Gold were selected for the exhibition Make Believe/ UK Design for Performance shown at the Prague Quadrennial and The V&A, London 2015.

She has exhibited at the Society of British Theatre Designers in 2015, 2011 and 2007.