Megan Adair

Set and Costume Design

Student Information


Megan loves exploring different types of theatre and finding interesting and engaging ways of telling a story through the set and costumes.

With an HND in Technical Theatre and an HNC in costume construction, they have skills in and a strong understanding of many different areas of theatre production.

“I chose to study set and costume design because I wanted to deeply explore pieces of writing and create interesting and exciting concepts from this. I wanted the opportunity to create new spaces for performers to inhabit and develop my skills and knowledge in this area. I also wanted to explore the different routes through theatre, film and TV.

I love projects that require a very hands-on approach and have an almost D.I.Y feel to them. The collaborative nature of production is what drew me in so I love projects that involve working closely and collaborating with all departments. I enjoy creating designs that give the performers the ability to interact with the set and costumes and design to “move with the story”

I am interested in designing all kinds of theatre and film. I am especially drawn to devised theatre, as well as children’s and educational theatre.”

I am also very excited by creating work that is accessible to all and I would love to explore, further, the role that design can play in this.”



  • Model Making
  • Manual drafting
  • Photoshop
  • Adobe Indesign
  • Visual Research
  • Hand Stitching
  • Domestic & Industrial Sewing Machine & Overlocker experience
  • Dressing
  • Costume Maintenance
  • Alterations
  • Basic Pattern drafting
  • Basic scenic art and carpentry
  • Rigging and Focussing lights
  • Basic Q-Lab
  • Operation of ETC and Jester lighting desks


Glory on Earth

Cabildo production

Glory on Earth


Love and Information

Love and Information

Tanya the Musical

Comedy of Errors (Theoretical design)

The Next Station is Green Park