When All the Crowds Have Gone: Overview
Directing/Producing / When All the Crowds Have Gone [2010]

When All the Crowds Have Gone: Overview

The poster for When All the Crowds Have Gone, designed by Chris Hislop.  “brings a fresh perspective to the human dilemma” (Fringe Guru)  “subtle and intense piece of theatre” (FringeReview)  (ThreeWeeks) I directed Lucy Nordberg’s When All the Crowds Have Gone for the Brighton Festival Fringe 2010 to great success. This epic play about brotherhood, … Continue reading

When All the Crowds Have Gone: Music
Directing/Producing / Media / Sound Design / When All the Crowds Have Gone [2010]

When All the Crowds Have Gone: Music

My sound design for When All the Crowds Have Gone was heavily inspired by our venue – a very large and cavernous church and community centre in Brighton. Playing with the idea of large indoor spaces, we used our venue to highlight the mausoleum-like quality of the large villa the lead, John, has built for … Continue reading

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A Candid Insight into my Brighton Fringe Production: #6: The Run

THIS ARTICLE WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON INDIEOMA.COM As all things come to a close, so do Fringe productions: the show run. However, what for the cast, crew, production staff, friends and partners thereof, etc. will be the end of a process, for the audience it is just the beginning. This is what all of the … Continue reading

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A Candid Insight into my Brighton Fringe Production: #5: The Production Diary

THIS ARTICLE WAS ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON INDIEOMA.COM With the final night of When All the Crowds Have Gone approaching (tonight at 7.30, in fact), it’s time to draw this article series to a close: today is the second-to-last article, discussing various production details in a Brighton Fringe show, with examples from When All the Crowds … Continue reading