A Guildhall graduate and an Olivier Award winner Mikes work thankfully takes him all over the world designing lighting for plays, musicals, opera's and concerts together with events, architecture and special projects. He has many credits in the West End, New York, on tour and in regional rep. On foreign shores he has lit stage shows in Brazil, France, Monaco, Finland, Germany, Norway, Sweden, Hong Kong, Macau, Zimbabwe, South Africa, Cuba and the USA.
In the theatre recent acclaim came for Billy Elliot, Girlfriends, Annie, Privacy, The Rubenstein Kiss, The Philanthropist, Honeymoon In Vegas, Monstrous Bodies, The Owl & The Pussycat, A Princess Undone, Much Ado About Nothing and classics Camelot, State Fair, When We Were Women, Art, The Sisterhood, Great Expectations and Toast.
Outside of the theatre his team have lit hundreds of concerts and events even designing the interior lighting for Aircraft including Virgin Atlantic J2000 fleet and the concept for the Airbus A380.
It's dark and it's broody, as befits Dickens' tale of poverty, wealth and unrequited love. Mike Robertson's lighting is a technical triumph
The Stage, Great Expectations