Leo Bradley has been involved in Theatre for many years, most usually as a designer of sets and costumes, and lately as a director. He is a long standing member of the Ignatians Musical Society where he has become known for the innovative set design of shows such as “Oklahoma !” and “Fiddler on the Roof”.

Leo has designed sets and costumes for numerous companies and venues. Most memorable were the hysterically romantic costumes for “A Midsummer Night's Dream' by Villanova Players and the darkly medieval costumes of Trocadero's production of “King John” staged at Boggo Road Gaol.

He has been a keen supporter and member of Villanova Players, appearing on stage in “Away”, “Snapshots from Home” and “'Allo, ‘Allo”.

Choral singing is also one of Leo's passions. He has for many years been a member of the Brisbane Chorale, but currently is singing with the Beit Knesset Shalom Choir, where he enjoys being the “token” Catholic.

This is Leo's first time as director for Villanova Players


Leo Bradley is one of Brisbane theatre's most colourful directors