Glastonbury Festival approached Block9 to take this year’s event online due to the ongoing pandemic. Filmed on location at Worthy Farm, the five hour show took viewers on a journey across the festival site, with the world's biggest artists performing at landmark sites like the Pyramid Stage and the Stone Circle.
I worked alongside Block9 to design, build and deliver the ‘after hours’ section of the show, intended to capture the spirit of the South East corner of the festival; synonymous with dance music and late night partying. The one hour finale featured performances from Honey Dijon and Roisin Murphy within a retrofitted 1970s New Age traveller's coach. Inspired by M25 parties and woodland raves, the set and its dancers portrayed a highly diverse, future-facing club utopia that brought the show to a close. My role within the project spanned the design and art direction of the set, as well as managing the build crew on site.
Director: Paul Dugdale DoP: Brett Turnbull, James Rhodes Executive Producers: Emily Eavis, Nick Dewey, Paul Dugdale, Ric Salmon Producer: Amy James Set Design: Block9 Lighting Director: Tim Routledge Musical Direction: WFB Live Production: Driift, Glastonbury Festival