Complete Credits

COMPLETE CREDITS

THEATRE

Alys Always

The Bridge Theatre. Written by Lucinda Coxon

Directed by Nicholas Hytner

Don Quixote

Garrick Theatre, West End. RSC/Nimax. Written by James Fenton

Directed by Angus Jackson

The Country Wife

Minerva Theatre, Chichester. Written by William Wycherley

Directed by Jonathan Munby

The Fantastic Follies of Mrs Rich (music and lyrics)

RSC, Swan Theatre. Written by Mary Pix

Directed by Jo Davies

Young Marx

The Bridge Theatre. Written by Richard Bean

Directed by Nicholas Hytner

Saint George and the Dragon

National Theatre (Olivier). Written by Rory Mullarkey

Directed by Lyndsey Turner

The Hypocrite (music and lyrics)

RSC/Hull Truck Theatre. Written by Richard Bean

Directed by Phillip Breen

The Rover

RSC, Swan Theatre. Written by Aphra Behn

Directed by Loveday Ingram

Breakfast at Tiffany's

Curve, UK tour and Haymarket (West End) Written by Richard Greenberg

Directed by Nikolai Foster

Don Quixote

RSC, Swan Theatre. Written by James Fenton

Directed by Angus Jackson

Richard III

Curve Theatre. Written by William Shakespeare

Directed by Nikolai Foster

Our Country's Good

Curve Theatre. Written by Timberlake Wertenbaker

Directed by Nikolai Foster

Oppenheimer

RSC, Swan Theatre/Vaudeville (West End). Written by Tom Morton-Smith

Directed by Angus Jackson

Twelfth Night

Sheffield Crucible & UK tour with ETT. Written by Shakespeare

Directed by Jonathan Munby

Great Britain

National Theatre & Theatre Royal Haymarket. Written by Richard Bean

Directed by Nicholas Hytner

A Small Family Business

National Theatre (Olivier). Written by Alan Ayckbourn

Directed by Adam Penford

The Memory of Water

New Vic and Stephen Joseph Theatre. Written by Shelagh Stephenson

Directed by Nikolai Foster

The Dishwashers

Birmingham Rep and uk tour. Written by Morris Panych

Directed by Nikolai Foster

The Good Person of Sichuan

Mercury Theatre, Colchester. Written by Bertold Brecht

Directed by Nikolai Foster

Sherlock Holmes - the Best Kept Secret

West Yorkshire Playhouse & UK tour. Written by Mark Catley

Directed by Nikolai Foster

James and the Giant Peach

Birmingham Stage Company, UK tour. Written by David Wood

Directed by Nikolai Foster

Timon of Athens

National Theatre (Olivier). Written by Shakespeare

Directed by Nicholas Hytner

Canvas

Minerva Theatre, Chichester. Written by Michael Wynne

Directed by Angus Jackson

Travelling Light

National Theatre (Lyttleton). Written by Nicholas Wright

Directed by Nicholas Hytner

One Man Two Guvnors (music and lyrics)

National Theatre, Adelphi, Haymarket, Music Box (Broadway), International and UK tours. Written by Richard Bean

Directed by Nicholas Hytner

Broken Glass

Tricycle, and Vaudeville (West End). Written by Arthur Miller

Directed by Iqbal Khan

Breakfast at Tiffany's

Theatre Royal Haymarket. Written by Samuel Adamson

Directed by Sean Matthias

Wallenstein

Minerva Theatre, Chichester. Written by Mike Poulton

Directed by Angus Jackson

The Taming of the Shrew

Changeling Theatre, tour. Written by Shakespeare

Directed by Robert Forknall

England People Very Nice

National Theatre (Olivier). Written by Richard Bean

Directed by Nicholas Hytner

The Man of Mode

National Theatre (Olivier). Written by George Etherege

Directed by Nicholas Hytner

Macbeth

Changeling Theatre, tour. Written by Shakespeare

Directed by Robert Forknall

The Importance of Being Earnest

Changeling Theatre, tour. Written by Oscar Wilde

Directed by Robert Forknall

London Assurance

Watermill, Newbury. Written by Dion Boucicault

Directed by Nikolai Foster

The 101 Dalmatians (music and lyrics)

Royal and Derngate. Written by Debbie Isitt

Directed by Dani Parr

Much Ado About Nothing

Changeling Theatre, tour. Written by Shakespeare

Directed by Robert Forknall

Salonika

West Yorkshire Playhouse. Written by Louise Page

Directed by Nikolai Foster

Bollywood Jane

West Yorkshire Playhouse. Written by Amanda Whittington

Directed by Nikolai Foster

The Alchemist

National Theatre (Olivier). Written by Ben Johnson

Directed by Nicholas Hytner

Twelfth Night

Changeling Theatre, tour. Written by Shakespeare

Directed by Robert Forknall

Southwark Fair

National Theatre (Cottesloe). Written by Samuel Adamson

Directed by Nicholas Hytner

Romeo and Juliet

Southwark Playhouse. Written by Shakespeare

Directed by Thomas Hescott

The Blue Diamond of Azkabar

Changeling Theatre, tour. Written by Toby Davies

Directed by Paul King

Reunion

Bridewell Theatre. Written by David Mamet

Directed by Thomas Hescott

All in the Timing

Bridewell Theatre. Written by David Ives

Directed by Clive Paget

TELEVISION

UPSTART CROW

BBC 2. Three series and two Christmas specials. Written by Ben Elton

Starring David Mitchell/Mark Heap/Harry Enfield/Gemma Whelan.

Directed by Matt Lipsey/Richard Boden

A Christmas Carol Goes Wrong

BBC 1 TV Movie. Written by Henry Lewis, Jonathan Sayer & Henry Shields Starring Derek Jacobi and Diana Rigg

Directed by Richard Boden

The Pact

BBC 2 TV Movie. Written by James Britton and Rick Laxton

Starring Sarah Solemani and Brett Goldstein

Directed by Tony Dow

I Want My Wife Back

BBC 1 six part rom-com series. Written by Justin Spresni & Mark Bussell Starring Ben Miller and Caroline Catz

Directed by Paul Norton Walker

Marley's Ghosts

UKTV: GOLD. Sitcom (two series). Written by Daniel Peacock

Starring Sarah Alexander, John Hannah, Jo Joyner and Nicholas Burns

Directed by Ben Golsing Fuller/Jonathan Gershfield

Monsters Behind the Iron Curtain

National Geographic/Animal Planet. Feature length drama/doc

Directed by Paul Olding

Arena "The National Theatre"

Two BBC documentaries about the first 50 years of the National Theatre

Starring Laurence Olivier, Maggie Smith, Judi Dench, Ian McKellen

Directed by Adam Low

The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff

BBC 2. One series and a Christmas special. Written by Mark Evans

Starring Robert Webb, Stephen Fry, Katherine Parkinson, Tim McInnerny

Directed by Ben Gosling Fuller

FILM

The Foreigner

Short film. Starring Ben Allen, Ozay Fecht, Aziz Capkurt

Directed by Ben Allen, produced by Charlotte Howley

La Merde

Short film. Starring Eva-Jane Willis

Directed by Ben Adam-Harris, produced by Broken Antler Pictures

Young Marx

Theatrical release. Starring Rory Kinnear and Oliver Chris

Directed by Nicholas Hytner, produced by NT Live

The Dark Room

Short film. Starring David Mitchell and Matthew Baldwin

Directed by Thomas Hescott, produced by Haydn Hades

Induction

Short film. Starring Guy Lewis and Lizzie Winkler

Directed by Stuart Black, produced by Nick Mather

Saving Santa (score, music and lyrics)

Animated feature film. Starring Martin Freeman & Tim Curry

Directed by Leon Joosen, produced by Terry Stone

A Small Family Business

Theatrical release. Starring Nigel Lindsay and Matthew Cottle

Directed by Adam Penford, produced by NT Live

Timon of Athens

Theatreical release. Starring Simon Russell Beale

Directed by Nicholas Hytner, produced by NT Live

Travelling Light

Theatreical release. Starring Antony Sher and Damien Molony

Directed by Nicholas Hytner, produced by NT Live

One Man Two Guvnors

Theatrical release. Starring James Corden, Oliver Chris & Daniel Rigby Directed by Nicholas Hytner, produced by NT Live

A Day, A Life

Short film. Starring Jennifer-Jane Hooker & Ian Macnaughton

Directed by Paul Olding, produced by Bongo Reef Pictures

Junkie Love

Animated short film,. Starring Dudley Sutton

Directed by Paul Olding, produced by Bongo Reef Pictures

Losing the Plot

Short film. Starring Dudley Sutton & Angela Bull

Directed by Paul Olding, produced by Bongo Reef Pictures


MUSICAL THEATRE

GO AND PLAY(music & lyrics. Book by John Godber)

The Old Vic. 24 Hour Musicals. Directed by Fiona Laird

Charlton Heston and The Prodigal Daughter (book, music & lyrics)

National Theatre Studio - workshop

Robin Hood (music & lyrics. Book & lyrics by Stephen Plaice)

Castle Theatre, Wellingborough. Directed by James Bonas

Simply Cinderella (music & lyrics. Book by Toby Davies)

Curve Theatre, Leicester. Directed and choreographed by Adam Cooper

Tracy Beaker Gets Real (music. Book & lyrics by Mary Morris)

Nottingham Playhouse and UK tour. Directed by David Newman

The Beggars Musical (music & lyrics. Book by John Gay)

Changeling Theatre, tour. Directed by Robert Forknall

Yeti; An Abominamusical (music & lyrics. Book & lyrics by Toby Davies) Edinburgh Fringe. Directed by Andrew Panton

Spittin' Distance (music & lyrics. Book & lyrics by Toby Davies)

Stephen Joseph Theatre, and NT studio. Directed by Laurie Sansom

Three Sides (music & lyrics. Book by Toby Davies & Grant Olding) Bridewell Theatre, Finborough, 45th Street Theatre, New York (NYMF). 

Directed by Clive Paget

A Celebrity Chef Ate My Hamster! (music/lyrics. Book/lyrics by Nick Barnes)

Bridewell Theatre. Directed by Clive Paget

Beyond the Sea (music & lyrics. Book by Paul Griffiths)

Bridewell Theatre. Directed by Paul Griffiths

Born of Glass (music & lyrics. Book by Rhiannon Tise)

NYMT Lyric Theatre, Belfast. Directed by Rhiannon Tise

Life: a Musical with Sentences (music. Book & lyrics by Nick Barnes) Bridewell Theatre - workshop. Directed by Nick Barnes

DANCE

JEKYLL & HYDE

The Old Vic. McOnie Company.

Directed and choreographed by Drew McOnie

DRUNK (music & lyrics)

Curve, Leicester/Bridewell Theatre. McOnie Company.

Directed and choreographed by Drew McOnie


AWARDS

TONY AWARD best score (nominated)

One Man, Two Guvnors

DRAMA DESK AWARD outstanding music in a play (won)

One Man, Two Guvnors

TBA AWARD outstanding original underscore in a play (won)

One Man, Two Guvnors

NYMF AWARD best lyrics (won)

Three Sides

NYMF AWARD best music (special commendation)

Three Sides


PRESS QUOTES

Grant Olding's music delights, wittily incorporated into the action.

The Observer

 

Nicholas Hytner's masterstroke is the music by Grant Olding, which wraps all this lunacy into an irresistible package.

The Hollywood Reporter

 

Driving, joyous interludes help turn a well-made play into an entertainment with the lift of an exhilarating musical.

The New York Times

 

The production is punctuated by an onstage cellist, playing a score by Grant Olding reminiscent of Elgar’s turbulent, grief-filled cello concerto. It greatly adds to the power of the production.

The Telegraph

 

Grant Olding's infectiously sunny skiffle songs lift the audience from mere happiness to eye-watering, comic hysteria.

Variety

 

Grant Olding's Simply Cinderella christens Leicester's imposing theatre with a champagne sparkle.

The Guardian

 

Infectious music by Grant Olding, bubbles over with humour. A surefire hit.

The Evening Standard

 

The infectious charm of Grant Olding's original musical numbers keep toes tapping along.

Film Intuition

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