John Bury (theatre designer)

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John Bury (27 January 1925 - 12 November 2000) was a British set designer, costume designer and lighting designer who designed in theatre in the UK, West End and Broadway and international opera. He had a long creative relationship with director Peter Hall. Together they made Amadeus, which Bury was nominated for Tony Awards for scenery, costumes and lighting and received the award for scenery and lighting.

He was also nominated for 5 more Tony Awards including his first show on Broadway, Harold Pinter's The Homecoming in 1967.

He worked for many years with director Joan Littlewood at the Theatre Workshop which resided in the Theatre Royal.