The Weir

Conor McPherson

The Weir

Richard Hammarton

Composer and Sound Designer

Theatre Includes: Assata Taught Me (Gate Theatre): Traitor (Pilot Theatre); As You Like It, An Inspector Calls (Theatre by the Lake); Faust X2 (Watermill); Low Level Panic (Orange Tree); Dirty Great Love Story (Arts Theatre) Luv (Park Theatre); Orca, Tomcat (Papatango); Girls (HighTide); Burning Doors (Belarus Free Theatre); Much Ado About Nothing, Jumpy (Theatr Clwyd); Linda (Royal Court); Crushed Shells And Mud (Southwark Playhouse); The Crucible, Edward Ii, Dr Faustus (Winner of MEN “Best Design” Award), Brilliant Adventures (Manchester Royal Exchange); Sunspots and Deposit (Hampstead Theatre; Comrade Fiasco (Gate Theatre); Grimm Tales 2 (Bargehouse, Oxo Tower Wharf); Beached (Marlowe Theatre/Soho Theatre); Ghost From A Perfect Place, The Pitchfork Disney (Arcola); The Crucible (Old Vic); Dealer’s Choice (Royal and Derngate); Kingston 14 (Theatre Royal Stratford East); A Number (Nuffield  Theatre/Young Vic); Fault Lines (Hampstead Theatre Downstairs); Early Days (Of A Better Nation) (Battersea Arts Centre); Sizwe Bansi Is Dead (Young Vic/UK Tour); Cheese (Fanshen Theatre); What Happens In The Winter (Upswing);  Bandages (TEG Productions); I Know How I Feel About Eve (Hampstead Downstairs); The Last Summer (Gate Theatre, Dublin); Mudlarks (Hightide Festival/Theatre 503/The Bush); The Taming Of The Shrew (Shakespeare’s Globe); Judgement Day (The Print Room); Same Same, Little Baby Jesus, Fixer (Oval House).

Film and Television: Agatha Christie’s Marple: The Secret Of Chimneys, Agatha Christie’s Marple Series 3 and 4 (ITV); Ripper Street Series 1 and 2, No Win No Fee, Sex ‘N’ Death , Wipeout, The Ship (BBC); The Pier (Short Film); First The Worst (Short Film); Raptured (Red On Black Productions); A Neutral Corner (Magic Eye Productions); 2006 Winner Kodak “Best Short” Award Konigsspitz, K2, The Fisherman’s Wife (Discovery Channel)

Orchestration Work: Agatha Christie’s Marple Series 1 & 2, Primeval, Jericho, If I Had You (ITV); Dracula, A History Of Britain, Silent Witness, Dalziel And Pascoe (BBC);The Nine Lives Of Tomas Katz, Scenes Of A Sexual Nature (Feature Film, UK); Alice Through The Looking Glass (Channel 4)

Interactive/Digital: Foundling Museum (The Foundling Museum, London); Moore Outside (Tate Britain/Coney); You Shall Go To The Ball (Royal Opera House); Light (BAC). 

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