Saskia Bath FdA Costume for Theatre, TV & Film
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Saskia Bath

Saskia Bath (she/her)

FdA Costume for Theatre, Film and Television

Saskia has focused her final year on Costume Supervision with the aim to pursue employment in this field. Thoroughly enjoying the organisational aspects of putting on a show, including using her hair and makeup skills. Professional Supervision includes Value Engineering - Scenes from the Grenfell Inquiry (Nick of Time Productions) and 4 years of pantomime at The Roses Theatre, Tewkesbury.

BOVTS credits:
Costume supervisor:Loam (Bristol Old Vic), Ugly duckling, Red Shoes and Other Stories (TIE Tour), Toy Plastic Chicken (Wardrobe Theatre).

Costume Maker:Romeo and Juliet (Redgrave Theatre), Pride and Prejudice (The Mount Without)

Costume Standby: The Prang (BOVTS TV)

Costume Assistant/Dresser:Hedda, Three Seagulls (Bristol Old Vic), Far From the Madding Crowd, Troilus and Cressida (Redgrave Theatre), Absolute Scenes (Marble Factory)

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Costume Supervisor, Loam (Bristol Old Vic)

Costume Supervision for one of the 2022 BA Acting graduate show of Bea Roberts’ play exploring a pandemic in which nature takes over. Designed by Hazel McIntosh and Directed by Marcus Romer.

Costume Supervisor, The Ugly Duckling, Red Shoes and Other Stories (Theatre In Education, BOVTS)

Written and directed by Toby Hulse, this role included realising the designs of Mathew Cassar to create a robust set of touring costumes to bring fairy tale characters to life.

Photography credit: Ed Felton

Costume Assistant/ Dresser, Hedda (Bristol Old Vic)

Rising to the challenge of dressing while in full PPE during a covid-19 Lockdown, this role included special effects makeup and quick changes.

Photography credit: Craig Fuller

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Working relationships made at BOVTS often extend beyond the course, design commission rates are excellent, it’s fantastic to see the graduates embracing successful and rewarding careers as Performance Designers in a professional environment. Angela Davies, Head of Performance Design