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Giles Thomas


Theatre includes:

As Composer and Sound Designer: Correspondence (Old Red Lion); I See You (Royal Court); Yen (Royal Court/Royal Exchange Theatre); Pomona (National Theatre/Royal Exchange Theatre/Orange Tree Theatre); Sparks (Old Red Lion); The Titanic OrchestraThis Will End Badly; Allie (Edinburgh); Little Malcolm and His Struggle Against The Eunuchs (Southwark Playhouse); Outside Mullingar (Theatre Royal Bath); Back Down (Birmingham Rep); The Wolf from the DoorPrimetimeMintPigeonsDeath TaxThe President Has Come to See You (Royal Court); Lie With Me (Talawa); The Sound of Yellow (Young Vic); Take A Deep Breath and BreatheThe Street (Oval House Theatre); Stop Kiss (Leicester Square Theatre).

As Sound Designer: 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).

As Associate Sound Designer: Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom (National Theatre); Henry IV (Donmar Warehouse/Tour); Henry V (Michael Grandage Company); 1984 (West End/UK Tour).

As Music Producer: An Appointment with the Wickerman (National Theatre of Scotland).

Screen includes: Aurelia (Jade Edwards) Ident (Anaya Productions); CERN Hadron Collider Exhibition (Science Museum); Street Spirit (Tom Bailey); Last of the Oaks (Luis Baron).

Giles has also assisted with music technology and keyboard programming on many West End musicals including Charlie and the Chocolate FactoryWickedSinging in the RainMatilda.

Giles was nominated for Best Sound Designer – Offie Awards 2015 – for his work on Pomona.