Set and Costume credits include: Showstopper! (Costume & Props: The Other Palace, The Lyric, West End, previously The Apollo - Olivier Award for Best Entertainment and Family, 2016); Murder For Two (Watermill Theatre, The Other Palace & UK Tour); Billionaire Boy (Nuffield Theatre, Southampton & The Lowry, Salford); Moll Flanders (Mercury Theatre, Colchester); Spring Awakening (Hope Mill Theatre); A Spoonful Of Sherman (UK Tour); The Importance Of Being Earnest (UK Tour); Cinderella (Citizens Theatre, Glasgow); Loot (Watermill Theatre & Park Theatre); Bodies (Royal Court Theatre); Romeo And Juliet; Caucasian Chalk Circle; How Do You Eat An Elephant? (National Youth Theatre Wales); The Iris Murder (Traverse Theatre & Scottish Tour); KOMMILITONEN! (Welsh National Opera); Stig of the Dump (UK Tour); Wind in the Willows (Oxford Playhouse); Bumblesnatch (Adelphi Theatre, Gala Performance); Henry VI; Richard III (Wales Millennium Centre); House Of Blakewell - We Can Make You Happy (Edinburgh Festival & Vault Festival); Love Birds; Happy Never After (Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh Festival); Alice In Wonderland (Oxford Playhouse); Albert Herring; Cosi Fan Tutti (Dora Stouzker Hall); House Of Blakewell’s House Party (Latitude, Bestival & Vault Festival); The Miracle; A Cuckoo In The Nest; A Month In The Country (Richard Burton Theatre); Dead Born Grow (Frantic Assembly & National Youth Theatre Wales); She Loves Me; The House Of Bernada Alba (GSA); The Blood Is Strong (Finborough Theatre); Happy Never After + People Like Us (Pleasance Theatre).
Costume credits include: SiX (UK Tour, Arts Theatre & Chicago Shakespeare Theater); Revellers’ Mass (National Dance Company Wales); The Importance Of Being Earnest (Vaudeville Theatre); The Last Days Of Anne Boleyn (Tower of London); Working (Southwark Playhouse); The Green House (National Dance Company, Wales); In The Heights (Kings Cross Theatre, previously Southwark Playhouse - Winner of 3 Olivier Awards); Peter And The Starcatcher (Royal and Derngate); The Last Five Years (St James’ Theatre); The Last Mermaid (Wales Millennium Centre); Folk (National Dance Company Wales); A Christmas Carol; The Adventures Of Pinocchio; The One Hundred And One Dalmatians (Castle Theatre); Just So; Wind In The Willows (South Hill Park); Everyday Maps For Everyday Use (Finborough Theatre); Steve And Then It Ended (Theatre503).
Assistant credits include: De Gabay (Set & Costumes, National Theatre, Wales); Beyond Borders (Set & Costumes, National Youth Theatre Wales); Candide (Costumes, RSC); The Commitments (Costumes, Palace Theatre, West End); From Here to Eternity (Costumes, Shaftesbury Theatre, West End); The Duchess Of Malfi (Set & Props, Punchdrunk, ENO). She has also assisted on TV programmes for the BBC, and various festivals including Glastonbury and the Big Chill.
Gabriella received an Off West-End Award Nomination for Best Costume Design in 2015 for In the Heights. She was a JMK Award finalist in 2014, an RSC Trainee Designer finalist in 2013 & 2014 and was shortlisted for The Linbury Prize for Stage Design in 2013. Gabriella studied Theatre Design at the Royal Welsh College of Music and Drama.