Nick Powell

Nick Powell (Sound Designer)

For the Royal Court: Bad Roads, The Ferryman (& West End), X, Unreachable, The Mistress Contract, The Nether (& West End), The Ritual Slaughter of Gorge Mastromas, Talk Show, Narrative, Get Santa! [Co-creator], The Vertical Hour, The Priory, Relocated.

Other theatre includes: Julius Caesar (Bridge); Beginners (Unicorn); People, Places & Things (Stadsteatern, Stockholm); City of Glass (59 Productions/Lyric, Hammersmith); Alice in Wonderland (Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh); Running Wild, Peter Pan, All My Sons, Lord of the Flies, The Crucible (Regent’s Park Open Air/UK tour); The Tempest (Norfolk & Norwich Festival); The Haunting of Hill House (Liverpool Playhouse); Lanark: A Life in Three Acts (Citizens/Edinburgh International Festival); Wolf Hall/Bring Up the Bodies (RSC/West End/Broadway); Dunsinane (RSC/tour); 27, The Wheel, The Wonderful World of Dissocia (National Theatre of Scotland/Edinburgh International Festival); Of Mice & Men (Birmingham Rep/Tour); Show 6 – Secret Theatre (Lyric, Hammersmith/Edinburgh Festival Fringe); Othello (National); A Life of Galileo, Richard III, The Drunks, God in Ruins (RSC); Urtain, Marat-Sade, Los Macbez (Animalario/CDN, Madrid); Paradise (Ruhrtriennale Festival, Germany), Bank On It (Theatre Rites); ’Tis Pity She’s a Whore (Cheek by Jowl); Penumbra, Tito Andronico (Animalario, Madrid); The Danton Affair (Stadsteater, Gothenburg); The Wolves in the Walls (Improbable/National Theatre of Scotland/Tramway/Lyric, Hammersmith/UK tour/New Victory, NYC); Realism (Edinburgh International Festival/National Theatre of Scotland); Panic (Improbable); The Family Reunion (Donmar).

Awards include: The Spanish Premio Max for Best Musical Composition for Scenic Arts (Urtain).

Nick also writes extensively for TV and film. He is half of OSKAR, who have released two albums and produced installations for the V&A and CCA, as well as written live soundtracks for Prada in Milan. He was worked with on installations for the 2017 opening ceremony of the Edinburgh International Festival and the Guggenheim Museum, Bilbao. He presented his chamber piece The Arctic Project at the Birmingham Rep with the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra.