Previous Theatre Work

The Night That Autumn Turned to Winter – Little Bulb Theatre

A Christmas show about the changing of the seasons. A show full of animals and magical creatures aimed at children aged 0 – 7 but definitely suitable for adults. Developed at Farnham Maltings and Bristol Old Vic, this show delighted young and old and everything in between in Bristol (Bristol Old Vic 2015), London (Battersea Arts centre 2016) and Folkestone (Folkestone Quarterhouse 2017).

Devised by the company
Clare Beresford
Dom Conwayand
Miriam Gould

Directed by Alexander Scott

Some links:

On BAC’s website

Guardian review

Exeunt review

Opera for the Unknown Woman – Melanie Wilson/Fuel

In the summer of 2016 I had the privilege of working with an incredible team, bursting with talent and inspiration. A sci-fi, multimedia, eco-feminist opera, partly devised by the company, directed by Melanie Wilson and produced by Fuel

Some links:

Fuel Theatre


Melanie Wilson’s article in the Guardian

Orpheus – Little Bulb Theatre

In 2013 and 2014 Little Bulb, in its most expansive configuration yet, had the pleasure and the privilege to perform Orpheus in the Grand Hall at the Battersea Arts Centre. This historic town hall burned down in 2015, but BAC have been busy rebuilding it and soon this hall will be open once again, starting with the amazing Phoenix season. In December, Little Bulb will be back with Orpheus in this new Grand Hall!! Ticket links below.

The show also toured in 2015 and 2017 to the Salzburg Festival, the Royal Opera House (London), Birmingam Rep, Liverpool Everyman, Nuffield Theatre (Southampton) and Brisbane Festival.

The show was devised by the company, directed by Alexander Scott (Artistic Director of Little Bulb Theatre who also played Hades) with musical direction from Dominic Conway (who also played Django/Orpheus) and co-produced by Battersea Arts Centre and Farnham Maltings.

Clare Beresford
Dominic Conway
Miriam Gould
Eugenie Pastor
Tom Penn
Charlie Penn
Alexander Scott
Shamira Turner

Some links and reviews:

Tickets for Battersea Arts Centre Phoenix Season in the newly reoped Grand Hall

Observer review

The Telegraph Review

On Little Bulb Theatre’s Website

A trailer

Another trailer