Fotini Dimou (Costume Design for Brahms Hungarian)

Fotini trained in Fine Art in Brussels Belgium, before studying Theatre Design at the Central School of Art and Design in London. She has worked as set and costume designer for companies including the Royal Shakespeare Company, the National Theatre, the Royal Court Theatre, Chichester Festival Theatre, several regional tours as well as for London’s West End. Works for the Company include: Stampede, Beyond Measure, Light Flooding into Darkened Rooms, Orpheus Singing, Dreaming, Illuminations, Phaedra, Holderlin Fragments, An Italian in Madrid and most recently Carnaval. She also designs for Film and TV. Her most recent credits include The Children Act, a feature film recently released in London cinemas, King Lear, a BBC TV film starring Anthony Hopkins, The Dresser, a BBC film with Anthony Hopkins and Ian McKellen for which she won a BAFTA Award for costume design and Survival Box a feature film produced and shot in Canada, for which she did the Production Design, due to be released next year.