Dr Blighty was a multi arts event produced by Nutkhut and presented at the Brighton Festival 2016.

It featured a highly ambitious and emotive projection mapping of the Royal Pavilion in Brighton, designed and animated by NOVAK in collaboration with Nutkhut.

Inspired by the remarkable story of when Brighton’s Royal Pavilion Estate became a military hospital for wounded Indian soldiers during the First World War. Accompanying the projection was a specially commissioned soundtrack by Shri and Ed Carter.

More details of the wider Dr Blighty production can be found at Nutkhut’s website and the 14-18 Now’s website.

Projection and playback system designed and delivered by QED Productions.

More information on the technical set can be found at QED’s website.


Dr Blighty was featured in:

The Telegraph

The Guardian 

BBC Arts

The Argus

Christie Digital

Photography by Finn Hopson and Simon Anderson

Video documentation by QED Productions

Ajay Chhabra  – Artistic Director
Shri Shriram – Composer
Tom Piper & Amanda Stoodley – Design
Ben Raine – Production Manager
Louise Green – Project Manager
Jenny Campbell – Stage Manager
Thor McIntyre Burnie – Soundscape
Sian Thomas – Performance Director
Stephen Clark – Writer
Phil Supple – Lighting Designer
QED – Projection design and delivery
NOVAK –  Video Design & Animation
Ed Carter-  Sound Designer
Charlie Camm – Set Fabrication
Waqas Choudhry – Lead Musician
Frank Wilson – Creative Producer
Philip Morgan – Producer
Pippa Smith – Community Producer
Roberta Spicer – Project Manager

A Nutkhut production co-commissioned by 14-18 NOW: WW1 Centenary Art Commissions, Brighton Festival, and Royal Pavilion & Museums, Brighton & Hove. Supported by the National Lottery through the Heritage Lottery Fund and Arts Council England, QED, and by the Department for Culture, Media and Sport.