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.
19 October, 2019
16 September, 2019 - 09 December, 2019
Theatre credits include: The Way of the World (Royal & Derngate Northampton); Macbeth (Royal Shakespeare Company, Stratford & Barbican); As You Like It, The Art of Success, Romeo and Juliet, Othello (Royal Shakespeare Company); Christmas Eve (Ustinov, Theatre Royal Bath); My Brilliant Friend (Rose Theatre Kingston); Ghosts (HOME Manchester); Unfaithful (Found 111); The Winter’s Tale (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse); Ticking (Trafalgar Studios); The Rehearsal (Minerva Theatre, Chichester); Juno and the Paycock (Bristol Old Vic); Afterplay (Sheffield Crucible); The Curious Incident of the the Dog in the Night-Time (National Theatre/Apollo Theatre); Playboy of the Western World, Cause Celebre, Dancing at Lughnasa, The Tutor (The Old Vic); The Painter (Arcola Theatre); Women, Power & Politics (Tricycle Theatre); Andersen’s English (Hampstead Theatre/UK tour); Portrait of a Lady (Theatre Royal Bath); Crestfall (Theatre 503); The Enchantment, His Dark Materials (National Theatre); Ghosts (Gate Theatre); Mammals, The Phoenix (Bush Theatre); Breathing Corpses (Royal Court); Nabakov’s Gloves (Hampstead Theatre); Indian Ink (Aldwych); Merchant of Venice (Chichester Festival Theatre); The Three Sisters (The Gate/Royal Court/Manchester Royal Exchange); Playboy of the Western World (West Yorkshire Playouse); The Admirable Crichton (Triumph/Haymarket); Captain Swing (Leeds Playhouse); A Woman of No Importance, A Doll’s House (The Gate, Dublin); The Plough and the Stars (Young Vic); The Fairy Queen (Aix en Provence); The Maids (Donmar Warehouse/tour); and Not I (The Beckett Festival at the Barbican).
Television credits include: The Virtues (Channel 4); Silent Witness, New Tricks, Best of Men, Henry IV, Trauma, Chalkface (BBC); Lewis, Midsomer Murders, Fallen Angel, The Last Detective, Miss Marple – 4.50 from Paddington, Too Good to be True, State of Mind, Trust, Little Bird, Always and Everyone, Rhinoceros, Heartbeat, Angel Train, Poirot, Jeeves and Wooster, A Marriage of Inconvenience, Till We Meet Again (ITV); and Colour Blind (Festival Film and TV).
Film credits include: The Ghoul, Departure, Testament of Youth, In Love with Alma Coogan, Hereafter, 5 Minutes of Heaven, The Closer You Get, Playboys, Shadow on the Sun, Paris By Night, Lucky Sunil and Fools of Fortune.