OTHER THEATRE INCLUDES:  Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Novello Theatre, London); The Gods WeepDays of Significance (RSC); The Aliens, Cruising (Bush); Dick Whittington (Lyric Hammersmith); Victory: Choices in Reaction, The Road to Mecca (Arcola); The Chairs, Gagarin Way (Bath Theatre Royal); How to be an Other Woman, Things of Dry Hours (Gate); Goalmouth (The Sage, Gateshead); Ma Vie En Rose (Young Vic); Widowers’ Houses, A Taste of Honey, See How They Run, Pretend You Have Big Buildings, Cyrano de Bergerac, Harvey and Roots (Manchester Royal Exchange); The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Rope (Watermill Theatre, Newbury); Blood Wedding (South Bank); After Miss Julie, Othello, Woman In Mind and Be My Baby (Salisbury); TILT (Traverse); Hortensia and the Museum of Dreams (RADA); Humble Boy, The 101 Dalmatians (Northampton); Stallerhof (Southwark PlayhouseThe Leningrad Siege (Wilton’s Music Hall); The Trestle at Pope Lick Creek (Manchester Royal Exchange and Southwark Playhouse); The Fantasticks, Ain’t Misbehavin’; House /Garden, Cleo, Camping, Emmanuelle and Dick (Harrogate), The Secret Rapture (Chichester); Twelfth Night (Cambridge); Look Back In Anger (Exeter); Dov and Ali, The Water Engine, The Water Harvest, Photos of Religion,  A State of Innocence (Theatre 503).

OPERA INCLUDES: Gurrelieder (the Royal Festival Hall); La Serva Padrona, To Hell and Back (Opera Faber at the Viana do Castelo festival, Portugal); Rusalka (ETO); Sweetness and Badness (WNO). 

DANCE INCLUDES: Fijis (for Jean Abreu Dance at the South Bank Centre and The Place); Inside (Jean Abreu Dance).