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 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); The 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).
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 Factory; Wicked; Singing in the Rain; Matilda.
Giles was nominated for Best Sound Designer – Offie Awards 2015 – for his work on Pomona.