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September 2018

The Height of the Storm is a beautifully compelling family drama by Florian Zeller, “the most exciting playwright of our time” (The Guardian). Starring two of the greatest actors of their generation on stage together for the first time, this major new play from the writer of Olivier Award-Winning The Father is a searing exploration of love, compassion and the fragility of […].../ ➝

June 2018

 COMPOSING THE STAGE Since the time of the Ancient Greeks, composers have written for theatre, and yet their visibility as artists is noticeably less than that of their counterparts in cinema and television. We want to change that. This was the first gathering – as far as we know – of composers who specialise in […].../ ➝

May 2017

Telling the story of an unlikely friendship blossoming through the disturbing events of World War II, The Boy in the Striped Pyjamas will be choreographed and directed by Northern Ballet’s Artistic Associate Daniel de Andrade who most recently created full-length ballet Nijinsky – God of the Dance for Slovak National Theatre as well as shorter works for Northern Ballet including Fatal Kiss  and children’s ballet Elves and the Shoemaker. The ballet will première at Cast in Doncaster from 25 – 27 May 2017 before touring to Wolverhampton, Leicester, Richmond, Aylesbury, Stoke, Bromley, Leeds and Hull (part of the city’s UK City of Culture celebrations) until September 2017. It will feature an original score by Oscar-nominated composer Gary Yershon, sets and costumes designed by Mark Bailey, lighting by Tim Mitchell and Dramatic Coach Patricia Doyle also joins the creative team.

photo: John Farrow

Gary blogs about the ballet on The Gramophone website

December 2016

It’s unlikely that when Art premiered at the Comedie des Champs-Elysees in Paris in 1994 anyone could have predicted its global popularity. The West End translation by Christopher Hampton initially featured the heavyweight triumvirate of Albert Finney, Tom Courtenay and Ken Stott and its eight-year run was further populated by a succession of actors and […].../ ➝

March 2016

Old Vic Theatre

Sat 26 Mar – Sat 14 May 2016

directed by Matthew Warchus

more information : Old Vic website

March 2016

Jerwood Vanburgh Theatre
Thurs 10 March–Sat 19 March 7.30pm
Matinées Weds 16 & Sat 19 March 2.30pm
Aftershow Discussion Mon 14 March
Tickets £16 | Conessions £12
Senior Friend £8 | RADA Alumni £6

January 2016

“The perversity of Solness’s mind (and of the strange play he inhabits) is given sensory life by Rob Howell’s set, which suggests a charred-wood blueprint out of nightmares; Hugh Vanstone’s lighting; and a score by Gary Yershon that is the sound of megalomania.” New York Times 19th Feb 2016

“Matthew Warchus’s beautifully controlled and intelligent production is all shifting nuance and finely calibrated detail, from Gary Yershon’s subtle score to the faint drift of dry ice that intimates Hilde’s fatal otherworldliness…” Daily Telegraph, 4th Feb 2016

photo: Manuel Harlan

rehearsal photograph : Manuel Harlan

September 2015

14 September – 10 October 2015

The Print Room, 103 Notting Hill, London, W11 3LB

020 3642 6606

trailer on Youtube

June 2015

The Fishmongers’ Company in collaboration with RADA –  June 2015. Synopsis:  Part of the celebrations to mark the 300th Anniversary of the Doggett’s Coat and Badge Race. Author: Felicity Browne Director: Giles Havergal Composer: Gary Yershon  .../ ➝

October 2014

Donmar Warehouse, October 2014 ‘unforgettable’ – Telegraph ★★★★ This all-female production gives the lie to the idea that this is a ‘masculine’ play, says Dominic Cavendish in the Telegraph. photo credit: Helen Maybanks musical director: Gary Yershon.../ ➝

April 2014

Royal Shakespeare Company at the Swan Theatre, April 2014 ‘A spirited start to the RSC’s heroines season’… a rousing production’ Michael Billington, The Guardian. Director: Jo Davies Composer: Gary Yershon Photo Credit: Tristram Kenton.../ ➝

October 2013

by Christopher Marlowe Olivier Theatre, National Theatre, September 2013 Direction: Joe Hill-Gibbins / Design: Lizzie Clachan / Lighting: James Farncombe / Video: Chris Kondek / Music: Gary Yershon / Sound: Paul Arditti / Costume: Alex Lowde / Dramaturg: Zoe Svendsen.../ ➝

May 2013

by William Congreve. directed by Annie Tyson RADA production  .../ ➝

May 2013

High Tide Festival, Halesworth, 13th May 2013 The stand-out show this year is Neighbors, – daring, funny, occasionally gasp-inducing play about “post-racial” America..” Alice Jones, The Independent..../ ➝

March 2013

Royal Court Theatre, March 2013 Dominic Cooke’s production of Bruce Norris’s new play The Low Road has a terrific swagger and dash about it…” says Charles Spencer. The Telegraph..../ ➝

January 2013

The Almedia, London, January 2013 “This Hammer adaptation of Henry James’s ghost story, The Turn of the Screw, offers a night of true, spine-chilling horror” by Tim Auld. The Telegraph ★★★★.../ ➝

December 2012

Donmar Warehouse, December 2012 – The Guardian ★★★★ ..”Phyllida Lloyd is a ‘shrewd contriver’; and her all-female production of Julius Caesar is witty, liberating and inventive,..” by Michael Billigton.../ ➝

March 2012

 RADA production,  2012 Described by its author as a ‘village tragicomedy’, Divine Words (Divinas Palabras) is a grotesque picture of rustic life, in all its cruelty and sensuality. Author: Ramón María del Valle-Inclán (1920) Director: Paul Hunter Composer: Gary Yershon.../ ➝

December 2011

National Theatre, London, December 2011 – The Mail ★★★★★ “The show is wall-to-wall joy and Mr Henry is beyond good.” – by Quentin Letts.../ ➝

September 2011

Mike Leigh’s play Grief lives up to its title and has some extraordinary performances from Leslie Manville, Marion Bailey and Wendy Nottingham. Daily Telegraph ★★★★.../ ➝

June 2011

Royal Court Theatre, London, June 2011 Arnold Wesker’s Chicken Soup With Barley at the Royal Court is given a beautifully judged and often deeply moving production” –  by Charles Spencer The Telegraph * * * * The Guardian * * * * *.../ ➝

February 2011

Manchester Library Company, The Library, Salford, February 2011 “It may have been ahead of it’s time when first published, but don’t miss the opportunity to see it now.” by Poppy Helm.../ ➝

September 2010

Noël Coward Theatre, London, September 2010 “Russell Beale is excellent value and there are genuinely frightening moments,…” Michael Billington, The Guardian. “Gary Yershon’s music keep the tension alive..”.../ ➝

June 2010

Arcola Theatre, London, June 2010 “There’s a dream-like quality to Russell Bolam’s production as the world of these women drifts in and out of focus.” – TimeOut – Telegraph ★★★★.../ ➝

June 2010

directed by Tim Luscombe RADA.../ ➝