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Set Design/set painting at the National Theatre, during the creation of the National Theatre’s newest production The Witches. London Set Design/set painting at the National Theatre, during the creation of the National Theatre’s newest production The Witches Set Design/set painting at the National Theatre, during the creation of the National Theatre’s newest production The Witches. London Once you snap the cape onto the corset, tie the purple belt around it in a knot and fasten it on with two brooches The Witches Was The Final Project For Both Jim And Henson And Roald Dahl Before Their Deaths In 1990 Get the face paints out. Book characters can easily come to life with cute painted faces. Think The Tiger Who Came to Tea or the Cheshire Cat.

Anjelica Huston is no stranger to sitting in a makeup chair for hours on end to pull off the look of her iconic characters, but the process of getting ready for the reveal of the Grand High Witch in The Witches took things to the next level. In a TV3 interview about the legacy of the 1990 horror-comedy, Huston revealed that she would have to spend upwards of 11 hours each day applying makeup and the prosthetics required to pull off the look of a grotesque witch, stating: Perhaps unsurprisingly, the press and production team will not be pressed on these controversies. However, the quality of the team working across the production – including book-writer Lucy Kirkwood, director Lyndsey Turner and designer Lizzie Clachan – suggests that the National knows this is a work that needs to be treated with great sophistication and care. The costumes and dying departments at the National Theatre, during the creation of the National Theatre’s newest production The Witches. London Johanna Coe. The costume department at the National Theatre, during the creation of the National Theatre’s newest production The Witches. London The Costumes department at the National Theatre, during the creation of the National Theatre’s newest production The Witches. London Get creative with cardboard. There's almost nothing you can't make with some cardboard, scissors, and a good idea. WIgs, hair & make-up (WHAM) at the National Theatre, during the creation of the National Theatre’s newest production The Witches. London Hair roots. WIgs, hair & make-up (WHAM) at the National Theatre, during the creation of the National Theatre’s newest production The Witches. London WIgs, hair & make-up (WHAM) at the National Theatre, during the creation of the National Theatre’s newest production The Witches. London

Behind the scenes at the wigs, hair and makeup (wham) department, including a collection of authentic roots to base the designs on

Some of the kids will be hidden inside a rather grand purple dog cage that appears near the beginning of the show. “The dog cage is one the spookier elements in the opening song,” enthuses the deputy production manager Zara Janmohamed. “There’ll be a kid inside the cage and then the kid becomes something else. It’s chilling – but in a fun way.” Make a simple mask. Paper plates are great for making simple masks. You can turn your child into pretty much any World Book Day character they fancy with a little crafting. The armoury and pyrotechnics department have been testing their robot mice during matinees of Dear England to see how they cope with the concrete environment, busy crowds and other potential interference I won't forget how [Nicolas Roeg] helped me with a difficult monologue when I was so uncomfortable and tired of being encased in rubber under hot lights for hours that the lines had ceased to make sense to me and all I wanted to do was cry.Since I have written a lot of recipe Instructables, here are my ingredients for The Grand High Witch: If you're after more book-smart ideas on how to make easy World Book Day costumes, we've got you covered! Here are just some of our vital tips for making easy and affordable costumes for World Book Day:

The production team is one of the biggest to work at the National in some time, with each department facing a series of unique and enticingly baffling challenges, most linked directly to Dahl’s singular plot: how to help tap dancers perform with giant marshmallows balanced on their heads; how to animate a show led by two children, who spend most of the show transformed into mice; how to handle a Grand High Witch with a fondness for zapping her foes. And, above all, how to manage all these challenges while adding a whole lot of song and dance into the mix. The Costumes department at the National Theatre, during the creation of the National Theatre’s newest production The Witches. London Born to Endora and Maurice 400 years ago, Samantha vows to give up magic and live a normal life with her mortal husband and children; Darrin, Tabitha and Adam. Of course this doesn’t always go to plan! After promising Ariel legs in exchange for her voice, Ursula plots to steal King Triton’s trident and become ruler of the ocean. Accompanied by her two pet eels and a catchy villain song, this antagonist is the perfect mix of evil eccentricity and fearsome flair.The Grand High Witch mask. Wigs, hair & make-up (WHAM) at the National Theatre, during the creation of the National Theatre’s newest production The Witches A mood board for the Grand High Witch mask design. Wigs, hair & make-up (WHAM) at the National Theatre, during the creation of the National Theatre’s newest production The Witches. London

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