Playwright Jonathan Lewis is a writer and director for theatre and television. He wrote and directed the original productions of Our Boys at the Cockpit Theatre, Derby Playhouse and Donmar Warehouse between 1993 and 1995. Other credits include Breakfast with Jonny Wilkinson (director) and All Mouth (writer and director), both at the Menier Chocolate Factory. His solo show I Found My Horn was critically acclaimed when it opened in 2008 and subsequently toured the UK, including a run at Hampstead Theatre. Jonathan is also an actor and has appeared in numerous plays and TV dramas including the critically acclaimed Speaking in Tongues at Hampstead Theatre, Soldier, Soldier, Silent Witness, London’s Burning and Heartbeat.
Director David Grindley’s theatre credits include: Journey’s End (Comedy, Duke Of Yorks, Broadway and UK tours) which won the 2007 Tony Award for Best Revival; Copenhagen (Sheffield); Abigail’s Party (Hampstead/Whitehall); Six Degrees of Separation (Old Vic); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Stratford, Ontario); The Philanthropist (Broadway); The American Plan (Broadway); Crown Matrimonial (Tour); Blackbird (Tour); Pygmalion (Broadway). In The Club (Hampstead/Tour); Honour (Wyndham’s); The Philanthropist (Donmar); National Anthems (Old Vic); What The Butler Saw (Hampstead/Criterion); Some Girls (Gielgud); Loot (Chichester/Vaudeville) and The League of Gentlemen.
The design team have all worked with David Grindley on a number of acclaimed West End productions including Journey’s End, Abigail’s Party and Six Degrees of Separation.
Design is by Jonathan Fensom, whose other credits include The Goat/Any Given Day (Traverse); Philadelphia Here I Come (Dublin); Brighton Beach Memoirs (Watford Palace); Rain Man, Some Girls, Twelfth Night, Smaller, Blackbird (West End).
Lighting design is by Jason Taylor – The Empire (Royal Court); The Merry Wives of Windsor (Globe Theatre USA/UK tour); The Rivals (Theatre Royal Bath / Tour / West End); Rain Man (West End / tour); The Good Soldier (Ustinov, Bath); Noises Off (Birmingham Rep).
Sound design is by Gregory Clarke who won a Tony Award for Best Sound Design in a Play for Equus (Gielgud & Broadway) and received the Drama Desk Award for Sound Design for Journey’s End. Other theatre credits include: Twelfth Night, Earthquakes in London (National); A Flea In Her Ear, Bedroom Farce, Rain Man (West End); Peter Pan (Kensington/O2/US); Goodnight Mister Tom, A Month In The Country (Chichester); The Philanthropist (Broadway).
|Lighting Designer||Jason Taylor|
|Sound Designer||Gregory Clarke|
|Casting Director||Stephen Moore CDG|
|Assistant Director||Katherine Hare|
Sue Scott Davison