Attle Costumiers Ltd

As a company, Attle Costumiers was established in 2009. In 2014 they purchased the entire stock of the costume hire company ‘Wear Wimbledon’, some 50,000 costumes. This included the stock from the ITV drama ‘The Bill’ which they added to their already extensive collection. They have now been in their present premises in the Brooklands area of Weybridge for 2 years having been formally based in Wimbledon. Their hire department is flourishing, having hired to the BBC, Channel 4, Young Vic, National Theatre, The Rose Theatre Kingston and the Bond film ‘Spectre’, amongst many others.

In their workroom Attle Costumiers have made costumes for many productions, including: The Lion King (Disney, Europe and UK); Les Misérables, Dirty Dancing (Europe and UK); Priscilla Queen of the Desert, The King and I (Royal Albert Hall), Saturday Night Fever, Guys and Dolls, Far Pavilions, Grand Hotel, Shrek, Ghost, Batman (arena tour) and Footloose. As well as working with English National Ballet, English National Opera, The Royal Shakespeare Company and the National Theatre.

Jamie Attle
Managing Director & Costume Designer

As managing director and resident designer of Attle Costumiers, Jamie brings a wealth of knowledge and years of experience.

Since graduating from Wimbledon School of Art with a degree in Costume Making, Jamie has designed, cut and made costumes for many shows and prestigious organisations.

His costume design credits include: Aladdin (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, 2016) Savage (Above the Arts);The Fellowship (The Hen and Chickens Theatre); Jack and the Beanstalk (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, 2015); The Wind in the Willows & Dorothy (Waterloo East); Snow White (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, 2014); Cinderella (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, 2013); Aladdin (Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, 2012); Jack and the Beanstalk (Co-designer, Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, 2011); La Traviata and The Magic Flute (Diva Opera); The Devil’s Blues, Dancing That Dance, The Front Line and And Finally… (ballet choreography by Daniel Jones, Linbury Theatre); Men in Tights (Granada Television); Dangerous Nights (Jermyn Street Theatre); Dracula (Canizaro Open Air Theatre); Kev and Babe (Tour) and several film shorts.

ROBE: Free RoboSpot Follow-Spot System Training:

Robe Lighting is proud to showcase the revolutionary RoboSpot follow spot system at ABTT and is offering training sessions with four systems kindly sponsored by CEG. Sessions will be held at the Robe stand at 11am, 12pm, 3pm and 4pm on Thursday 6th June, will be focused on the set-up and operation of the system. 

The RoboSpot follow spot system allows follow spot operators to remotely control up to 12 fixtures simultaneously without the safety concerns and impracticality of placing personnel at the top of venues such as stadiums, indoor arenas, concert halls, theatres, TV and film sets. Stunning visual displays are now possible with as many as 12 perfectly synchronised fixtures following a performer across the stage.

TAIT: Entertainment Automation Training: Intro to iQ powered by Navigator

iQ combines the power of TAIT Navigator with an intuitive interface that simplifies the user experience of operating and programming a show. In this fun and interactive session, you will use a TAIT Polaris console to automate scenery on a virtual stage in our 3D practice theatre. By the end of this session, you will have the confidence to:

  • Jog scenery
  • Move scenery to a specific position or for a specific distance
  • Create time-saving position presets
  • Program a cue

Clear-Com: Present a Collaborative Discovery Experience

Vinnie Macri (Clear-Com) and Jason Crystal (Hamilton), discuss the transition from analog to digital intercom, best practices for implementation, and how to scale intercom systems for large musicals like Hamilton.

Benefits to IP Intercoms

  • Streamlined cable infrastructure
  • Simplified system configuration and assignments
  • Leverage different systems to expand PL intercom network
  • Large disparate groups of PL can be connected over any distance
  • Improve workflow and communication clarity


This show is a bit different. It is about the community of technical experts who deliver live performance at their annual gathering to network, to discuss, to discover and to develop. It is a shop front for many suppliers of goods and services, who over the year, stand to benefit from the exposure they have with this community. It is all about the exhibitor to exhibitor connection, the visitor to visitor connection and the visitor to exhibitor connection. The networking in the industry along with the sharing of information and opportunity lies at the core of The ABTT Theatre Show offer. Every year, our exhibitors present their latest products to the marketplace. The gathering of over 2,000 people at the show is the stimulus for many new product launches.

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