Photo by Mihaela Bodlovic
by The Metamorphosis Vanishing Point, an international co-production with Tron Theatre and Emilia Romagna Teatro, Italy.
★★★★★ – “The design is perfect, from Mark Melville’s cold but searingly emotive electronic score…” The Stage
★★★★★ – “…lighting and sound complete the impact of this consummate piece of theatrical poetry” The Scotsman
★★★★★ – “A searing and devastatingly realised meditation on what it means to be a foreign body in an increasingly terrified world” The Herald
★★★★ – “… uncanny reading of the temperature of the times, from the fragility of the gig economy to the migrant crisis, it is an unsettling play for today” The Guardian
Following runs at the Royal Exchange and Traverse Theatre,
, starring Julie Hesmondhalgh and directed by Raz Shaw is transferring to Trafalgar Studios in the west end for a six week run over Christmas. The Greatest Play in History of the World
Thrilled to be working on the music and sound for the stage adaptation of Jenni Fagan’s novel
with the National Theatre of Scotland, directed by Debbie Hannan. The Panopticon
Thrilled to be working with
Gecko and Mind the Gap on , directed by Rich Rusk, Dan Watson, Charli Ward & Karen Bartholomew. Opens in November and tours through Spring 2020. A Little Space
I am working on two shows for the current season at
Theatre by the Lake: The Children and Guards at the Taj.
The Children, directed by Stefan Escreet is open and getting great reviews ‘…driven by Mark Melville’s eerily powerful sound design’ ★★★★ – The Stage
Guards at the Taj, directed by Kash Arshad opens August 8th.
Incredibly proud of the show and process of making
Where Do We Belong, directed by at Northern Stage. One of the most vital and powerful pieces of theatre i’ve worked on. Review Louie Ingham … here ‘this vibrant pulsating ninety minutes production which is simply the best young people’s theatre I have seen in decades of sitting in darkened rooms with a twitching pen’
Flight is included in the New York Times’ calling it “…a triumph of visual and aural design” ‘Unforgettable Theatre Moments of 2018’
Link to the original New York Times review of the show at the start of 2018
2018 was a busy one and I was fortunate enough to work with some incredible artists and companies on some fantastic projects. Here is a full list of the year that was:
Flight – transfer to New York (3 month residency at the McKittrick), Vox Motus – Directed by Jamie Harrison & Candice Edmunds. New York Times review here Keeping the Lights On – Ragged Edge Productions. Directed by Stefan Escreet Frankenstein – Royal Exchange. Directed by Matthew Xia 1984 – Emilia Romagna Teatro (Modena, Italy) – Directed by Matthew Lenton Where Do We Stand? – Northern Stage. Directed by Louie Ingham The Manchester Project – Monkeywood Theatre/HOME. Directed by Martin Gibbons Flight – transfer to Galway International Arts Festival, Vox Motus – Directed by Jamie Harrison & Candice Edmunds Out There – Mortal Fools. Directed by Helen Ferguson Where Do We Stand? Chosen to open Birmingham Rep’s European Festival of Youth Theatre – Northern Stage. Directed by Louie Ingham The Greatest Play in the History of the World (with Julie Hesmondhalgh)- Shown as part of the Traverse’s festival programme – Tara Finney Productions/Royal Exchange. Directed by Raz Shaw Great Exhibition of the North – Northern Stage. Directed by Louie Ingham Road – Leeds Playhouse. Directed by Amy Leach Flight – transfer to Melbourne International Arts Festival, Vox Motus – Directed by Jamie Harrison & Candice Edmunds B!rth – Wellcome Trust. Directed by Emma Callander 1984 – remount for tour across Italy. Emilia Romagna Teatro (Modena, Italy) – Directed by Matthew Lenton Little Gift – Andy Manley/M6 Theatre/The Lowry. Directed by Andy Manley & Gilly Baskeyfield
Following it’s premiere at last year’s
Edinburgh International Festival and a season at the McKittrick in New York, Flight is being shown at this year’s , 19th – 29th July. Galway International Arts Festival
Thrilled that this story and the unique production is able to be shared with more audiences.
The Greatest Play In The History Of The World will be shown as part of the Traverse Theatre’s festival programme. So pleased more people will get to see this beautiful show.
Written by Ian Kershaw, directed by Raz Shaw and performed by Julie Hesmondhalgh.