The stage production of Mary Poppins, adapted from the stories by PL Travers and the Disney film, opened at the Prince Edward Theatre in London in December, after an out-of-town tryout in Bristol where the show was rehearsed. Directed by Richard Eyre and designed by Bob Crowley, the show's lighting was designed by Howard Harrison; I served as the show's lighting programmer. As with almost every show I've worked on over the last ten years, we chose to use a control system based around Strand ...

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