Neil Laidlaw, Church & State Productions, Rose Theatre Kingston and Birmingham Repertory Theatre present

Neil Laidlaw, Church & State Productions, Rose Theatre Kingston and Birmingham Repertory Theatre present

Sound Designer

Jon Nicholls

Jon studied composition at the London College of Music and electroacoustic music at Dartington.

Theatre credits include: Hamlet (Royal Shakespeare Company); Spring Storm, Beyond The Horizon and The Holy Rosenbergs (National Theatre); Good Canary (dir. John Malkovich), Much Ado About Nothing and My Brilliant Friend (Rose, Kingston); The Mirror Crack'd (Wales Millennium Centre & national tour), Bakersfield Mist (Duchess); Touching The Void, Pink Mist and Medea (Bristol Old Vic); Bracken Moor and Mermaid (Shared Experience); (the fall of) The Master Builder and Richard III (West Yorkshire Playhouse); Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? (Sheffield Crucible); Kindertransport, Wonderland, Our Country's Good, The Duchess Of Malfi and The Revenger's Tragedy (Nottingham Playhouse), Yerma, Idomeneus (Gate); The Norman Conquests (Liverpool Playhouse); Driving Miss Daisy and Things We Do For Love (Theatre Royal Bath / national tours); The Whale, Christmas Eve, The Mother, Trouble In Mind, Intimate Apparel, In The Next Room, The Double and The Spanish Golden Age Season (Theatre Royal Bath, Ustinov); Dancing at Lughnasa, A Midsummer Night's Dream, Eden End, Humble Boy, The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie and In Praise of Love (Northampton Royal and Derngate); Wipers (Curve); As You Like It (Chester); Blue Remembered Hills, Art and Silas Marner (Theatr Clwyd); Rutherford and Son (Northern Stage) and Katherine DeSouza and The Mothership (Birmingham Rep).

Credits for BBC radio drama include: The Ballad Of the Blade, Beloved, Earthsea, Iphigenia in Crimea, Who's There, Clouds In Trousers, The Blast Of War, Five Fever Tales, The Broken Word, Pink Mist, Erebus, Laurels and Donkeys, In Memoriam, At The Mountains of Madness, The Shadow Over Innsmouth, Between Friends, Babel’s Tower, Faust, Cat on a Hot Tin Roof, Caesar Price Our Lord, It’s Better with Animals, The Histories of Herodotus, The Time Machine, Zen & The Art of Motorcycle Maintenance and What I Heard About Iraq (Prix Italia Jury Special Mention).

VR credits: The Turning Forest and Turning Worlds (BBC VR / Google Daydream)


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