Visit our NST Campus venue, based in Highfield at the University of Southampton Campus.
Join us at NST City, our new venue in the heart of Southampton City Centre, offering a creative environment, two theatre spaces, rooms to hire and Tyrrells our cafe bar.
11 February, 2020 - 29 February, 2020
01 January, 2020 - 06 April, 2020
24 February, 2020
Composer & Sound Design credits include: The Importance Of Being Earnest (UK Tour 2018); Wait Until Dark (UK Tour); Handbagged (Theatre by the Lake); Death Of A Salesman (Royal and Derngate); How My Light In Spent (Royal Exchange); Othello (Tobacco Factory, Bristol); Wish List, Yen (Royal Exchange & Royal Court); Contractions (Sheffield Theatres); Correspondence (Old Red Lion); I See You (Royal Court); Pomona (National Theatre, Royal Exchange Theatre & Orange Tree Theatre); Sparks (Old Red Lion); The Titanic Orchestra, This Will End Badly, Allie (Edinburgh); Little Malcolm And His Struggle Against The Eunuchs (Southwark Playhouse); Outside Mullingar (Theatre Royal Bath); Back Down (Birmingham Rep); Wolf From The Door, Primetime, Mint, Pigeons, Death Tax, The President Has Come To See You (Royal Court); Lie With Me (Talawa); The Sound Of Yellow (Young Vic); Take A Deep Breath And Breathe, The Street (Oval House Theatre); Stop Kiss (Leicester Square Theatre).
Sound Design credits include: Hijabi Monologues (Bush Theatre); Disco Pigs (Trafalgar Studios & Irish Rep Theatre NY); The Ugly One, A Dark Night In Dalston (Park Theatre); Dyl (Old Red Lion); What Shadows (Birmingham Rep & Park Theatre); They Drink It In The Congo (Almeida); The Sugar-Coated Bullets Of The Bourgeoisie (Arcola, HighTide Festival); Decades (The Brit School for Performing Arts); The Snow Queen (Southampton Nuffield & Northampton Royal & Derngate); Orson’s Shadow (Southwark Playhouse); Defect (Arts Ed); BetrayaL (I Fagiolini, UK Tour); A Harlem Dream (Young Vic); Khandan (Birmingham Rep, Royal Court); Superior Donuts (Southwark Playhouse); Three Men In A Boat (Original Theatre Company, UK Tour); King John (Union Theatre); It’s About Time (Nabokov Theatre Company, Hampstead Theatre); Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat (Royal Court, Gate Theatre, Out of Joint, Paines Plough, National Theatre); House Of Agnes (Paines Plough).
Associate Sound Designer on: Ma Raineys Black Bottom (National Theatre); Henry IV (Donmar Warehouse & tour); Henry V (Michael Grandage Company, West End); 1984 (West End, UK Tour).
Music Producer on: An Appointment with The Wickerman (National Theatre of Scotland).
Screen credits include: Aurelia (jade Edwards) Ident (Anaya Productions); Cern Hadron Collider Exhibition (Science Museum); Street Spirit (Tom Bailey); Last Of The Oaks (Luis Baron).
Giles was nominated for Best Sound Designer - Offie Awards 2015 - for his work on Pomona.