U2 stage designer Mark Fisher dies, aged 66

RHIAN JONES

Stage designer and architect Mark Fisher, OBE, MVO, RDI, died yesterday in London aged 66.

He passed away in his sleep at the Marie Curie Hospice in Hampstead with his wife Cristina at his side, after a long illness.

Fisher has worked as a set designer and artistic director for rock concerts and large-scale events over the last 25 years.

Together with his company Stufish, he created the designs for all the Rolling Stones, Pink Floyd, and U2 tours for ...

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