Productions

COMING SOON – WORK IN PROGRESS

2016

CINDERELLA
Oxford Playhouse
  
BITS OF ME ARE FALLING APART
Soho
  
ONLY THE BRAVE
Wales Millennium Centre
 

2015

 ALADDIN (written and directed)
Oxford Playhouse
 
FIRST LOVE IS THE REVOLUTION
Soho Theatre
 
DEATH OF A COMEDIAN
Soho Theatre in Co-Production with Lyric Belfast and Abbey Dublin
 

2014

 THE ONE
Soho Theatre
 
I KISS YOUR HEART
Soho Theatre
 

2013

THE NIGHT BEFORE CHRISTMAS
Soho Theatre
 
ADDRESS UNKNOWN
Soho Theatre
 
PASTORAL
Soho Theatre
 

Previous Theatre

FIT AND PROPER PEOPLE
Soho Theatre
 
 
THE TWENTY FOUR HOUR MUSICALS
The Old Vic
 
THE BOY WHO FELL INTO A BOOK
Soho Theatre
 
UTOPIA
Newcastle Live and Soho Theatre
 
24 HOUR PLAYS (2011)
Old Vic Theatre
 
REALISM
Soho Theatre
 
MONGREL ISLAND
Soho Theatre
 
ALADDIN (also co-writer)
Lyric Hammersmith
 
MACBETH
Open Air Theatre, Regents Park
 
DICK WHITTINGTON (also co-writer)
Lyric Hammersmith
 
THE ENTIRE HISTORY OF CABARET
Shoo Shoo Baby / Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh
 
ARTURO UI
The Arts Educational School
 
JACK AND THE BEANSTALK
Lyric Hammersmith
 
LATE NIGHT GIMP FIGHT
Edinburgh Festival
 
EDWARD GANT’S AMAZING FEATS OF LONELINESS
Headlong Theatre
 
DIARY OF A WELSHCAKE
Southwold Theatre Festival
 
METROPOLIS
Theatre Royal Bath
 
ONLY THE BRAVE
George Square Theatre, Edinburgh Festival 2008
 
VINCENT RIVER
The Fish Partnership, Brits Off Broadway Festival, 59E59 Theaters, New York
 
FAUSTUS
Headlong Theatre
 
LOCK UP
Devised piece for NT Interact, Education Project, National Theatre
 
TEMPEST 2000
Sherman Theatre, Cardiff
 
A DATE TO REMEMBER
Little London Theatre Company at the Soho Theatre Studio
 
MAD MARGARET’S REVENGE
London One Act Theatre Festival, Edinburgh Festival 2005
 
MADAM BUTTERFLY’S CHILD
Pleasance Theatre, Greenwich Festival, Hong Kong International Festival, London One Act Theatre Festival (and winner of Best Overall Production Award), Edinburgh Festival 2004.
 
CALIBAN’S ISLAND
Touched Theatre, National tour and Edinburgh Festival 1997
 
97 – HILLSBOROUGH
Ugly Theatre, national tour and Edinburgh Festival 1996
 
GHETTO
Hertfordshire County Youth Theatre, Watford Palace Theatre
 
LITTLE NELL and IMAGES OF A LONELY POETS WAR
East 15 School of Acting
 
LUNCHTIME LOTTERY
Plush Productions, Covent Garden Studio at the Theatre Museum
 

For the Stephen Joseph Theatre, Scarborough

SLEEPING BEAUTY
MIRANDA’S MAGIC MIRROR
TINY TALES
 

For the Theatre Royal, Plymouth

TEAM SPIRIT  And National Theatre
SK8 – A HIP HOP MUSICAL
MULTIPLEX
 

2015

death of a comedian by owen mccafferty Soho Theatre, abbey theatre dublin, lyric theatre belfast. Spring 2015.

2014

The One by Vicky Jones Soho Theatre. spring 2014.

I Kiss Your Heart Soho Theatre at the Crazy Coqs for Dylan Thomas Centenery. Autumn 2014.

2013

The Night Before Christmas by Anthony Neilson Steve Marmion and Tom Mills Soho Theatre. Christmas 2013.

Address Unknown by Catherine Kressman Taylor Soho Theatre. Summer 2013.

INCONNU À CETTE ADRESSE by Catherine Kressman Taylor Soho Theatre. Summer 2013.

Late Night Gimp Fight – Edinburgh 2013 The Pleasance. Autumn 2013.

Pastoral by Thomas Eccleshare Soho Theatre and Hightide. Summer 2013.

2012
Late Night Gimp Fight Edinburgh and Soho Theatre Christmas 2012.

24 Hour Musicals -We Should Talk by Anthony Neilson and Richard Thomas The Old Vic. Autumn 2012.

Utopia Soho Theatre and Newcastle Live. Summer 2012.

2011

Aladdin by Steve Marmion, Joel Horwood and Morgan Lloyd Malcolm Lyric Theatre. Christmas 2011.

24 Hour Plays – Greedo Shoots First by Roy Williams, The Old Vic. Autumn 2011.

Fit and Proper People by Georgia Fitch, Soho Theatre and RSC. Autumn 2011.

Late Night Gimp Fight – Edinburgh 2011 The Pleasance. Autumn 2011.

The Worst of Late Night Gimp Fight Soho Theatre. Summer 2011.

Mongrel Island by Ed Harris, Soho Theatre. Summer 2011.

Realism by Anthony Neilson, Soho Theatre. Summer 2011.

2010

Dick Whittington by Steve Marmion, Joel Horwood and Morgan Lloyd Malcolm Lyric Theatre. Christmas 2011.

Late Night Gimp Fight Edinburgh 2010, Pleasance Theatre. Summer 2010.

Macbeth by William Shakespeare, Regents Park. Summer 2010.

2009

Jack and the Beanstalk by Richard Bean, Che Walker, Joel Horwood and Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, Lyric Theatre. Christmas 2009. 

Edward Gant’s Amazing Feats of Loneliness by Anthony Neilson, Headlong Theatre, national tour and soho theatre.

2008

metropolis by Maria Lang and Nicola Baldwin.Theatre Royal Bath. Autumn 2008.

Only the Brave by Matthew Brind and Rachel Wagstaff. Edinburgh. Autumn 2008.

Vincent River by Philip Ridley. Off Broadway. Summer 2008.

Macbeth Associate Director. Broadway Transfer. Directed by Rupert Goold. Written by William Shakespeare. Chichester Festival Theatre. Spring 2008.

2007

Faustus by Christopher Marlowe, Rupert Goold and Ben Power. National Tour. Headlong Theatre. Autumn 2007.

God in Ruins by Anthony Neilson. Associate Director. Director Anthony Neilson

Macbett by Eugene Ionesco. Associate Director. Director Silviu Pucarete

Macbeth by William Shakespeare. Associate Director. Director Connal Morrison

RSC Stratford, Newcastle, London. 2007 – 2008.

2006

Antony and Cleopatra by William Shakespeare. Assistant Director. Director Gregory Doran.

The Tempest by William Shakespeare. Assistant Director. Director Rupert Goold.

Julius Caesar by William Shakespeare. Assistant Director. Director Sean Holmes.

RSC Stratford, Michigan, London. 2006 – 2007.

Alice in The Underground by Steve Marmion and others. Corbett Theatre. 2006. 10th and 11th February

2004-2005

24 Hour Plays by Roy Williams. Assistant Director. Director David Grindley. The Old Vic. 2005

A Date to Remember by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm, Lesley Ross and steve marmion. at soho Theatre. Little London Theatre Company. October 4th 2005.

A Lunchtime Lottery by Sarah Jane O’Neil and Lesley Ross. Covent Garden Studio. Plush Productions. August 16th, 17th, 18th 2005.

The Sleeping Beauty by Lee Thredgold. Stephen Joseph Theatre. Stephen Joseph Theatre Company. 2004.

Miranda’s Magic Mirror by Alan Ayckbourn. Stephen Joseph Theatre. Stephen Joseph Theatre Company.

Barnacle Ben by Lee Thredgold. Stephen Joseph Theatre. Stephen Joseph Theatre Company. 2004.

The Trips and Hops of Witch Cycle Clops by Steve Marmion. Stephen Joseph Theatre.

Lock Up Devised by the company. National Theatre. NT Interact. August.

Madam Butterfly’s Child by Lesley Ross. Pleasance Theatre, Greenwich Festival, Hong Kong International Festival, London One Act Festival*, Edinburgh Festival. Various dates. *Winner of Best Production

Mad Margaret’s Revenge by Lesley Ross. London One Act Festival, Edinburgh Festival. August 2004. *Winner of Best New Play

Images of a Lonely Poet’s War by Steve Marmion and others. Corbett Theatre.

Country Music by Simon Stephens. Assistant Director. Director Gordon Anderson. Royal Court Theatre and ATC. 2004.

2002-2003

Little Sweet Thing by Roy Williams. Associate Director. Director Michael Buffong.

SK8 – A hip hop musical by Gary Owen. Theatre Royal Plymouth. 2002.

Multiplex by Christopher William Hill. Theatre Royal Plymouth. 2002.

Team Spirit by Judy Upton. National Theatre and Theatre Royal Plymouth. 2002.

Pause from Harold Pinter. Theatre Royal Plymouth. 2002.

More Than Just a Game by Larry Allen. Theatre Royal Plymouth. 2002.

Edward Gant’s Amazing Feats of Lonliness by Anthony Neilson. Assistant Director. Theatre Royal Plymouth.

Speak after the Beep by Michael Frayn. Adapted by Steve Marmion. Theatre Royal Plymouth. 2002.

2000-2001

Big Brother is Watching You from George Orwell. By Steve Marmion. Sherman Theatre. 2001.

The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling. Adapted by David Farr. Sherman Theatre. 2000.

Haroun and the Sea of Stories by Salmen Rushdie. Adapted by David Farr and Tim Supple. Sherman Theatre. .

Tempest 2000 from Shakespeare’s The Tempest. Sherman Theatre. 2000.

Everything Must Go by Patrick Jones. Assistant Director. Sherman Theatre. 2000.

1999

The Visit by Federich Durrenmatt. Sherman Theatre Cardiff and Edinburgh Fringe Venue 13. 1999.

Rhino an adaptation of Ionesco’s Rhinoceros. Chapter Arts Cardiff, Edinburgh Fringe Venue 13, The Sherman Theatre Cardiff. 1999.

1998

The Club by Steve Marmion. university of glamorgan, Edinburgh Fringe. 1998

Desiderata Devised. university of glamorgan, Theatr y Bont. 1998

1997

Sleep by Steve Marmion. University of glamorgan, National Tour and Edinburgh Fringe. 1997

Caliban’s Island from Shakespeare’s The Tempest. university of glamorgan, National Tour and Edinburgh Fringe. 1997

The Festival Devised. Glastonbury Festival. 1997

1996

97 A play about the victims of the Hillsborough Tragedy 

by Steve Marmion. University of glamorgan, National Tour and Edinburgh Fringe Roman Eagle Lodge. 1996