Theatre includes: Philip Ridley’s Beast of Blue Yonder (Southwark Playhouse); Mr. Gum and the Dancing Bear – The Musical! (National); Made in Dagenham (Adelphi); Matilda: The Musical (Cambridge Theatre for the RSC); Wet Weather Cover (Kings Head/Arts Theatre); Jack and the Beanstalk (Barbican); Behind the Net Curtains (Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh Festival); 12 Angry Men (Guy Masterson); Steve Furst on Canvas (Jongleurs); Celebrity Squares (Pleasance).
Television includes: Serpent Queen, Angela Black, In the Long Run, The Dumping Ground, Summer of Rockets, Manhunt, Spy School, Holby City, Father Brown, Eve, Doctors, Citizen Khan, Toast, Doc Martin, Law & Order, Friday Night Dinner, Cardinal Burns, Sally Lindsay’s Christmas Cracker, The Slammer, Army Kids, The Legend of Dick and Dom, Wuthering Heights, The Bill, We Are Most Amused, Thank God You’re Here, Massive, Comedy Cuts, MI High, The Late Edition, Tony Biscotti School for Performing Arts, Late Edition, Rob Brydon’s Annually Retentive, There’s No F In Script, 28 Acts in 28 Minutes, Absolute Power, Bodies, Born and Bred, Comic Side of 7 Days, Little Britain, My Dad’s the Prime Minister, Wall of Silence, Johnny Vaughan Tonight, Lenny Henry in Pieces, Popelganger, Rumbled, Variety Pack, The Lenny Beige Television Show.
Film includes: Walk Like a Panther, Disobedience, Borley Rectory, The Knot, Chalet Girl, St Trinian’s 2, Malice in Wonderland, St Trinian’s, That’s for Me, Suzi Gold, The Piano Tuner.
Radio includes: The Fabulous Doctor Singer, Eric the Skull, Mrs Robinson I Presume, I Regress, Clement Doesn’t Live Here Anymore, Jammin.