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Jacqueline Durran and Sarah Greenwood In Conversation

SUN 24 SEPT 2023 | 4:15PM

4 Richmond Mews
London, W1D 3DH

Costume Designer Jacqueline Durran and Production Designer Sarah Greenwood have worked together on some of the most successful films of the modern era including the multi-award winning Atonement (2007), Anna Karenina (2012), Beauty and the Beast (2017) and the much acclaimed Barbie (2023).

In discussion with Keith Lodwick, Jacqueline and Sarah will explore how they create the visual world of film through costume and production design.

(Simple tickets) £35 per person:
Including a glass of wine or soft drink on arrival.

(Dinner tickets) £70 per person:
Including a glass of wine or soft drink on arrival and a three course dinner following the event in Refuel Restaurant.


Born in England, Sarah graduated with a BA Hon in Theatre Design from Wimbledon School of Art/UAL and began her career designing for the stage.

Moving to the screen she went on to work at the BBC (becoming a Senior Designer) working on establishing the successful series Later with Jools Holland and The Late Show , as well as many other Music and Arts and Drama Productions . Here she won a Royal Television Society Award and received a BAFTA TV Award nomination for her production design work on the BBC award winning drama series The Tenant of Wildfell Hall.

Sarah Greenwood is a six time Academy Award nominated Production Designer, earning her most recent acknowledgement for her work on Joe Wright’s Darkest hour and Bill Condons Beauty and the Beast  both nominated in the same year. Sarah received her previous Oscar nominations for her work with Joe Wright on his acclaimed films Pride and Prejudice and Atonement (for which she won a BAFTA) and Anna Karenina, for which she also won the Art Directors Guild Award, The European Film Award, The Evening Standard Award and the Hollywood Production Designer of the year Award (for the second time) and was nominated for her second BAFTA. Her other Oscar nomination was for her work with Guy Ritchie on Sherlock Holmes.

Sarah has also collaborated many times with Joe Wright on the films Cyrano, Hanna and The Soloist, and the television miniseries Nature Boy, Bodily Harm and The Last King (Charles II), for which she also received a BAFTA TV Award nomination.

Sarah has just finished work on BARBIE with Greta Gerwig and Back to Black with Sam Taylor Johnson about Amy Winehouse.

She has worked closely for many years with Katie Spencer, her longtime friend, creative collaborator and Set Decorator.

She lives in Brixton London and was recently made an Honorary Fellow of the University Arts London.


Keith Lodwick is a curator, writer, and historian. He is the former Curator of Theatre and Screen Arts at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. At the V&A, Keith curated Vivien Leigh: Public Faces, Private Lives and was the V&A assistant curator for the major exhibition Hollywood Costume, one of the most successful exhibitions in the museum’s history.

Keith has contributed to a wide range of publications including Oliver Messel: In the Theatre of Design, Alexander McQueen: Savage Beauty and Shoe Reels: The History and Philosophy of Footwear in Film.


Hosted in a luxury screening room at The Soho Hotel, the hotel is based in the heart of London’s entertainment neighbourhood. Following the film, enjoy a three course meal at Refuel Bar & Restaurant with a menu that celebrates fresh, seasonal produce.

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