Photograph from Dance Journeys 2019 - lighting design by Zeynep Kepekli
From the show Dance Journeys 2019
Photograph from Common Groun(s) - lighting design by Zeynep Kepekli
© Marteen Vanden Abeele Common Ground(s) | Photographer: Marteen Vanden Abeele | From the show Common Groun(s)
Photograph from Detour - lighting design by Zeynep Kepekli
Detour | From the show Detour
Photograph from Past Present - lighting design by Zeynep Kepekli
© Camilla Greenwell Afternoon Conversations With Dancers | Photographer: Camilla Greenwell | From the show Past Present
Photograph from Past Present - lighting design by Zeynep Kepekli
© Camilla Greenwell Afternoon Conversations With Dancers | Photographer: Camilla Greenwell | From the show Past Present
Zeynep Kepekli's picture

Zeynep Kepekli

Zeynep Kepekli is a London based designer who predominantly works with light and presents work in the UK and around world. 

Some of her design credits include; The Meaning of Zong (Bristol Old Vic), Common Grounds (Pina Bausch, Sadler's Wells, Ecole Des sables), Last Shelter (Candoco Dance Company), Past Present (Yorke Dance Project) Twenty (Yorke Dance Project), Dance Journeys (English National Ballet), Collapse (New Movement Collective), Lie of the Land, Unfinished Business, Darkness Visible, Madcap, Burning, Rejoice in the Lamb, Buzzing around the Hunisuccle, Carnival, Cut and Run, Detour, Brahms Hungarian (RADC)

She is a member of MENA Arts UK. 

In repertoire

Show name Type Venue/Company Role Creative team
Brahms Hungarian Dance Edinburgh Festival Theatre, then touring
Richard Alston Dance Company
Lighting Designer Choreographer: Richard Alston
Detour Dance Edinburgh Festival Theatre, then touring
Richard Alston Dance Company
Lighting Designer Choreographer: Martin Lawrance

Previous productions

Show name Type Venue/Company Role Creative Team Opened
Common Ground(s) Dance Sadler's Wells Theatre, then touring
Pina Bausch/Sadler's Wells/Ecole de Sable
Lighting Designer Choreographer: Germaine Acogny / Malou Airaudo
Jun 2022
The Meaning of Zong Theatre Bristol Old Vic
Bristol Old Vic
Lighting Designer Director: Tom Morris - Giles Terera
Set designer: Jean Chan
Apr 2022
Neighbours Dance CNDC, Angers, France
Sadler's Wells
Lighting Designer Choreographer: Brigel Gjoka
, Choreographer: Rauf 'Rubberlegz'Yasid
Mar 2022
Past Present Dance Linbury Theatre, Royal Opera House
Yorke Dance Project
Lighting Designer Choreographer: Yolande Yorke Dixon
, Choreographer: Kenneth MacMillan
, Choreographer: Robert Cohan
Nov 2021
The Last Shelter Dance Sadler's Wells Theatre
Candoco
Lighting Designer Choreographer: Jeanine Durning
Set designer: Nikolai Hart-Hansen
Oct 2021
Common Groun(s) Dance Teatros del Canal, Madrid, Spain
Pina Bausch/Sadler's Wells/Ecole de Sable
Lighting Designer Choreographer: Germaine Acogny / Malou Airaudo
Sep 2021
Shine On Dance Snape Maltings Concert Hall, then touring
Richard Alston Dance Company
Lighting Designer Choreographer: Richard Alston
Nov 2019
A Far Cry Dance Edinburgh Festival Theatre, then touring
Richard Alston Dance Company
Lighting Designer Choreographer: Martin Lawrance
Sep 2019
Dance Journeys 2019 Dance Sadler's Wells
English National Ballet
Lighting Designer Choreographer: Aaron Wickers
, Choreographer: Katie Cambridge
, Choreographer: Jo Meredith
, Choreographer: Carlos Valcarel
Apr 2019
TWENTY Theatre Pavillion Dance, then touring
Yorke Dance Project
Lighting Designer Set designer: Charlotte MacMillan Jan 2019
Detour Dance Edinburgh Festival Theatre, then touring
Richard Alston Dance Company
Lighting Designer Choreographer: Martin Lawrance
Sep 2018
Brahms Hungarian Dance Edinburgh Festival Theatre, then touring
Richard Alston Dance Company
Lighting Designer Choreographer: Richard Alston
Sep 2018
Theatre:
  • International
  • Commercial Tour
Dance:
  • International
  • UK National Company
  • Large Scale
  • Medium Scale
Concert:
  • Stage Touring
Architectural:
  • Displays & Art
Education:
  • Lectures
Contact method Details
Email address kepeklizeynep@me.com

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