Guy Jones

Associate Lighting Designer

Guy has worked extensively as associate to Tim Mitchell on productions of Mame (Hope Mill Theatre), Pressure (Chichester Festival Theatre, UK Tour/West End), Chitty Chitty Bang Bang, (UK Tour), Hobson's Choice (West End), Guys and Dolls (Chichester Festival Theatre/West End/UK Tour), Singin’ In The Rain (previous UK Tour/Tokyo/International Tour/Moscow), The Rehearsal (Minerva, Chichester), Goodnight Mister Tom (West End/UK Tours), Dirty Dancing (West End/Touring-UK, Germany, Australia, France), The Resistible Rise Of Arturo Ui (West End), Relative Values (West End), Yes, Prime Minister (UK Tours/West End).

Other associate credits include Holes (LD Prema Mehta, 2020 UK Tour), Romeo And Juliet (LD Simon Spencer, Secret Cinema), North By Northwest (LD Nick Schlieper, Royal Alexandra Toronto/Theatre Royal Bath), Dick Whittington (LD Nick Richings, Milton Keynes Theatre), Ghost Stories (LD James Farncombe, Moscow/West End).

As a lighting designer Guy has lit a wide range of theatre and live events including Temenos Community Forum (Lisbon, Barcelona, Rome, Abu Dhabi, Berlin, Monaco), EMC Momentum (Berlin, Lisbon, Athens, Prague, Monaco) as well as working extensively in the UK with clients including RBS Group. In 2019 Guy was engaged as Lighting Consultant and Designer for The Sky Room at Milton Keynes Gallery, planning and executing a flexible lighting design for this newly built auditorium space in the gallery's state of the art building extension.

Recent credits as production electrician and tour re-lighter include - The Entertainer (Leicester Curve and UK Tour), Stones In His Pockets (Rose Theatre Kingston/Theatre Royal Bath/UK Tour), The Nightingales (Theatre Royal Bath/UK Tour), Fracked! (UK Tour) and as production electrician - SIX The Musical (Master Electrician, NCL Breakway), Club Tropicana The Musical (UK Tour), Cinderella (Manchester Opera House), The Lady In The Van (Theatre Royal Bath), Racing Demon (Theatre Royal Bath), Twitstorm (Park 200), The Miser (Theatre Royal Bath/Richmond Theatre/West End), The Libertine (Theatre Royal Bath/West End) as well as a variety of productions at Chichester Festival Theatre and numerous other west end productions, UK tours and pantomimes in the past.