Theatre Production Shots
West End Eurovision 2018
The casts from 8 top West End shows perform Eurovision entries past and present in an incredible night of song and dance competing to win the coverted West End Eurovision trophy and raise money for the MAD trust. Special guests included SuRie, Katie Jones and Graham Norton and guest judges, John Peacock, Arlene Phillips and Tom Allen. Shaftesbury Theatre, London.
Written by Oscar winning writer, Ronald Harwood (The Pianist) and Directed by Rob McWhir for PTM at Theatre Royal, Windsor.
Written by Jonathan Harvey and directed by Gene David Kirk. Above the Stag theatre, London.
Grindr - the Opera
blah blah. Above the Stag Theatre, London.
Lloyd George Knew My Father
Written by blah blah, Directed by Rob McWhir for PTM at Theatre Royal Windsor.
Directed by Adam Dattis and written by Berri George (BBC Hot Talent List and BBC Drama Room 2017), the play was runner-up in the 2017 Mercury Playwriting Award. Theatre 503, London.
Written by Chris Woodley and directed by Andrew Beckett. Above the Stag theatre, London.
Written by EM Forster and Directed by James Wilby (who played Maurice in the Merchant Ivory film version) it stared Tom Joyner as Maurice in his theatre debut. Above the Stag Theatre, London.
Kids Play (London transfer)
Written and directed by by BAFTA winner Glenn Chandler (Taggart) following the award winning success at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018. Above the Stag theatre, London.
West End Bares 2017
The West End casts from the top shows perform original dance and songs revealing more than you’d expect from your average West End show, all in aid of the Make a Difference Trust. Special guest presenters include Graham Norton, Marc Gattis and Summer doo dah. Novella theatre, London.
The Penetration Play
Written by Fanny Doo Dah and directed by Gene David Kirk. Above the Stag theatre, London.
Boys in the Buff
A light hearted look at body dysmorphia with original songs and choreography. Photographed at the Kings Head, London.
Written and directed by BAFTA winner Glenn Chandler (Taggart) for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival 2018. Photographed at the Drayton Arms, London.