Alberta Jones, production designer and illustrator studied at Wimbledon College of Art. She is co-founder and artistic director of Lucky Bert, an art and design collaboration with Cherry Truluck and the designer for Rhum and Clay Theatre Company.

Current & ongoing productions and projects: 

  • As You Like It: Production Design for The Handlebards. The world's first cycling theatre company.  Touring next month onwards.
  • TESTOSTERONE: Production design & publicity design. Rhum and Clay Theatre Company/Kit Redstone. To be performed at The British Council Edinburgh Showcase 2017!
  • Pootopia: Production design for Vacuum Theatre's new play 'Pootopia: An Allegorical Fairytale'...coming soon.
  • [echo]locus:  Lucky Bert's collaboration with DAD and The Lands Trust at Fort Burgoyne
  • Polyphonic Scars: Animation for Luxx & The Bones iBalling, pt1.

LUCKY BERT creates work in public and private environments for private, commercial and public sector clients. This work spans the disciplines of theatre, public art, sculpture and immersive design. They have worked on many successful theatre productions together including the internationally successful All That Fall directed by Trevor Nunn. REACT: WHEN LIVE ART MET BREXIT AT A MUSIC FESTIVAL comprised of a one month residency and week long festival at RedDoorStudiosE6 featuring live bands, short film, immersive performance, food and drink.  This was supported by Jimmy Cauty’s RIOT IN A JAM JAR project.  The event was huge success and has now grown into a larger ongoing  project.

Other recent theatre productions include;  J B Priestley’s I Have Been Here Before which played Jermyn Street Theatre in the West End last May, and Whiskey Tango Foxtrot, a new widely acclaimed play by Rebecca Crookshank, currently touring the US.

Alberta also works on a range of illustration projects for film, TV, event and theatre companies.

As designer for The Rhum and Clay Theatre Company.  Testosterone is her third project working with the ensemble, leading from the success of A Strange Wild Song which she developed, designed and realised the set and costumes for in 2012.   After a sell-out run at Edinburgh Festival the show toured nationwide in 2013 and was also redeveloped for a second UK tour last year. 

She has also art directed, designed and managed the art department for experiential marketing company Miss Jones & Co, working for clients such as Pernod Ricard and Oxfam and creating immersive sets for Playstation and Jameson's Cult Film Club and worked on many events and UK film premieres for several feature films.  

Alberta has experience running art and design workshops around the UK and as a practitioner for FilmAble, a film production company for people with learning disabilities. She holds an enhanced DBS certificate and full UK Driving license. 

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