Since the late 1960s, Robert Wilson's productions have decisively shaped the look of theatre and opera. Through his signature use of light, his investigations into the structure of a simple movement, and the classical rigour of his scenic and furniture design, Wilson has continuously articulated the force and originality of his vision. Wilson's close ties and collaborations with leading artists, writers, and musicians continue to fascinate audiences worldwide. (robertwilson.com)
Here, Robert talks to Richard Strange at A Mighty Big If at the House of St Barnabas
, offering a rare and personal insight to an exceptional life.
The House of St Barnabas
has been a charity in the heart of Soho, London since 1846. Its vision is to create a future where sustained employment is a reality for those affected by homelessness. The Charity will achieve this through its Employment Academy, which will operate at the heart of its not for profit members club. A Mighty Big If is part of The House of St Barnabas’ Culture Series which takes place in the charity’s beautiful 19th century French Gothic Chapel.