Works for Theatre & Dance

A Little Thing Called Life – ROH Thurrock Youth Choir RM19 – July 2014

 

Drum Thing – Choreographed by Robia Milliner Brown

 

Lay-Fracture-Lie – The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden – April 2012

 

May I Move – A collaborative piece with A&R Dance Company and La’Mel Clarke

 

The Suit – The Young Vic, London – June 2012

– Music and sound design for the parallel production of Peter Brook’s The Suit, playing at The Young Vic Theatre in June 2012

 

Lay-Fracture-Lie – The Royal Opera House, Covent Garden – April 2012

– Music from a 20min piece of street-dance/theatre based on Othello performed at The Royal Opera House in April 2012

 

Judith

– Sound design for Howard Barker’s play ‘Judith’, performed at The Cock Tavern Theatre, Kilburn, February 2011

“Nick Jones’s sound is pitch perfect…” – Extraextra.org

 

Hotel Sorrento

– Music and sound design for the Austrailian play ‘Hotel Sorrento’, performed at The Cock Tavern -Theatre, Kilburn, August 2010

“There’s a musicality in Rayson’s language and structuring and the production is well-supported by Nick Jones’s gentle original score…” – Whatsonstage.com

“… music, the sound of the sea – sense of place is created expertly and emotively, and merges so well with the drama that at a certain point I have to confess I had tears in my eyes.”– Fringereview.co.uk

Subs – Music and sound design for the office set comedy ‘Subs’, performed a The Cock Tavern Theatre, Kilburn, January 2011

“The design in this piece is supported wonderfully by Nick Jones’ sound design …” – Thepublicreviews.com

 

Pepper’s Ghost

– Sound design for an installation held in an old Victorian stable at the High House Estate in Purfleet as part of The Royal Opera House’s community opera ‘Ludd & Isis’


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