Pleased to announce that following it’s premiere at last year’s Ediniburgh International Festival, Flight is transferring to New York for an 8 week run at the McKittrick. Previews begin on January 30th. Be there or be square, New Yorkers…
Following runs at the Royal Exchange and Traverse Theatre it is really great to see some of the plays from Birth performed using my original music for policy makers at the World Health Organisation in Geneva.
A wonderful project to be part of. Learn more at www.birthdebate.com
“Birth is a great example of how the arts can make a real difference to people’s thinking, their education and the world” – Shami Chakrabarti
Great to be working at the Royal Exchange again on a new adaptation of Frankenstein by April De Angelis. Directed by Matthew Xia and designed by Ben Stones.
Looking forward to exploring how terrifying this story can be…
Opens March 2018.
Louie and I have collaborated for years and she is the director that really opened my mind and showed me how sound and music work in telling and enhancing a story.
This should be a great one.
Following it’s run at the Royal & Derngate, Rules for Living is now on tour through autumn.
★★★★ ” Ingenious and Insightful” – The Times
★★★★ “A hilarious Ayckbourn-style family comedy” – The Guardian
Such an amazing team of people to work with this on the show. Special thanks to Andrew Kirkby for helping to devise a truly unique sound setup for the show…
★★★★★ “Technically brilliant and utterly enveloping and immersive installation” – Edinburgh Guide
★★★★★ “Flight is nothing short of a magical masterpiece that takes theatre to the next level” – Edinburgh Festivals Magazine
★★★★ “Deeply important and innovative” – The Stage
★★★★ “Miraculous and essential” – Sunday Times
Great to be working with English Touring Theatre on a new version of Rules for Living directed by Simon Godwin.
Opens September 8th and tours across the Autumn.
Also coming up is Charlie Sonata, a new play by Douglas Maxwell, directed by Matthew Lenton. It opens at the Edinburgh Royal Lyceum in May.