Credits

Mark Melville is an award winning composer and sound designer for theatre, dance and film and trained at Leeds College of Music.

His composition and sound design work has been presented throughout the UK and internationally and exhibited at the V&A Museum and the Prague Quadrennial Design Festival.

Mark is a member of the Association of Sound Designers and also frequently collaborates with director, Louie Ingham.

Upcoming projects include:

LITTLE GIFT – M6 Theatre/The Lowry Theatre. Directed by Andy Manley

1984 – Emilia Romagna Teatro Fondazione. Directed by Matthew Lenton – Autumn tour: Teatro Palamostre, Udine. Teatro Bonci, Cesena. Teatro Bellini, Napoli.

Recent productions include:

FLIGHT -Transfer to Melbourne International Arts Festival (October, 2018). Vox Motus/Edinburgh International Festival. Directed by Jamie Harrison and Candice Edmunds

ROAD – Leeds Playhouse. Directed by Amy Leach

THE GREATEST PLAY IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD (part of the festival programme at The Traverse Theatre)– Tara Finney Productions. With Julie Hesmonhalgh. Directed by Raz Shaw

GREAT EXHIBITION OF THE NORTH – Northern Stage. Directed by Louie Ingham

FLIGHT -Transfer to Galway International Arts Festival. Vox Motus/Edinburgh International Festival. Directed by Jamie Harrison and Candice Edmunds

OUT THERE (silent disco audio walk) – Mortal Fools. Produced by Helen Ferguson

THE MANCHESTER PROJECT – Monkeywood Theatre/HOME/River Stage, National Theatre. Directed by Martin Gibbons

1984 – Emilia Romagna Teatro Fondazione. Directed by Matthew Lenton

WHERE DO WE STAND? – Northern Stage. Directed by Louie Ingham

FRANKENSTEIN – Royal Exchange Theatre. Directed by Matthew Xia

FLIGHT -Transfer to The McKittrick, New York. Vox Motus/Edinburgh International Festival. Directed by Jamie Harrison and Candice Edmunds

THE GREATEST PLAY IN THE HISTORY OF THE WORLD – Royal Exchange Theatre. With Julie Hesmonhalgh. Directed by Raz Shaw

RULES FOR LIVING – English Touring Theatre. Directed by Simon Godwin

FLIGHT – Vox Motus/Edinburgh International Festival. Directed by Jamie Harrison and Candice Edmunds

BIRTH – (Remounted for the Edinburgh Festival at the Traverse Theatre). Directed by Emma Callander

CHARLIE SONATA – Edinburgh Royal Lyceum. Directed by Matthew Lenton

PINOCCHIO – The Dukes Theatre. Directed by Louie Ingham

BIRTH – Royal Exchange Theatre. Directed by Emma Callander

THE DESTROYED ROOM – Vanishing Point/Battersea Arts Centre/Edinburgh International Festival. Directed by Matthew Lenton

HUMAN ANIMALS – Royal Court. Directed by Hamish Pirie

SUPER SLOW WAY AUDIO INSTALLATION – Sound and Motion. Directed by Louie Ingham & Mark Melville. Listen on soundcloud here

RECOMMISSIONED – Lancaster City Museum/Light Up Lancaster/Sound and Motion. Directed by Louie Ingham. Further details here

POINT TO POINT – Lakes Culture. Directed by Louie Ingham & Mark Melville. Listen on soundcloud here

THE OCKERBYS ON ICE – The Dukes Theatre. Directed by Joe Sumsion

THE CRUCIBLE – The Dukes Theatre. Directed by Louie Ingham

WIT – Royal Exchange Theatre. Directed by Raz Shaw. Winner of UK Theatre Award and MTA Award

A TENDER THING – The Dukes Theatre. Directed by Louie Ingham

VIOLENCE AND SON – Royal Court. Directed by Hamish Pirie Nominated for Olivier Award 2016 ‘Outstanding Achievement in an Affiliate’

YER GRANNY – National Theatre of Scotland. Directed by Graham McLaren.

GOD BLESS THE CHILD – Royal Court. Directed by Vicky Featherstone.

TOMORROW – Vanishing Point/Cena Contemporânea Festival (Brasilia), Tramway (Glasgow), Brighton Festival, Tramway (Glasgow), National Theatre Studio (London). Directed by Matthew Lenton.

THE BEAUTIFUL COSMOS OF IVOR CUTLER – Vanishing Point and the National Theatre of Scotland. Winner of the 2014 CATS Award for Best Music and Sound. Directed by Matthew Lenton.

YOUR COUNTRY NEEDS YOU (BUT I DON’T NEED MY COUNTRY) Directed and conceived by Louie Ingham for The Dukes Theatre

DRAGON – (National Theatre of Scotland/Vox Motus/Tianjin People’s Art Theatre, China) Directed by Jamie Harrison & Candice Edmunds. Winner of the 2014 CATS Award for Best Technical Presentation.

SWALLOWS & AMAZONS (Theatre by the Lake) Directed by Stefan Escreet.

MISTER HOLGADO (The Unicorn Theatre) Directed by Matthew Lenton. Winner of 2013’s TMA Award for Best Show for Children and Young People.

PRIDE AND PREJUDICE (Two Bit Classics) Directed by Abigail Anderson.

IN A DEEP DARK WOOD (Gobbledegook/Moko Dance/Sadlers Wells) Directed by Frauke Franz.

MIDSUMMER NIGHT’S DREAM (Edinburgh Royal Lyceum) Directed by Matthew Lenton.

MY SHRINKING LIFE (National Theatre of Scotland) Directed by Lies Pauwels.

WONDERLAND (Vanishing Point/Edinburgh International Festival/Napoli Teatro Festival) Directed by Matthew Lenton.

MWANA (Ankur/The Tron Theatre) Directed by Shabina Aslam.

SATURDAY NIGHT (Vanishing Point/National Theatre of Portugal) Directed by Matthew Lenton.

KNIVES IN HENS (National Theatre of Scotland) Directed by Lies Pauwels.

MIRACLE MAN (National Theatre of Scotland) Directed by Vicky Featherstone.

EMPTY (National Theatre of Scotland) Directed by Vicky Featherstone.

GRIMM TALES (Theatre by the Lake) Directed by Stefan Escreet.

THE BEGGAR’S OPERA (Vanishing Point/Edinburgh Royal Lyceum/ Belgrade Theatre Coventry) Directed by Matthew Lenton.

PIERREPOINT (The Dukes Playhouse) Directed by Kevin Dyer.

HAMLET (The Dukes Playhouse) Directed by Louie Ingham.

ROBIN HOOD (The Dukes Playhouse) Directed by Joe Sumsion.

THE UNSOCIABLES (The Dukes Playhouse) Directed by Louie Ingham.