Category Archives: Cinema Trailer

NT Live Broadcast “A Streetcar Named Desire” to cinemas worldwide

From today the Young Vic Theatre will be broadcasting their production of A Streetcar Named Desire as part of NT Live, directed by Benedict Andrews. I was composer on the production that opened in July. There will be numerous encore screenings worldwide over the coming months… for more information on screenings, visit the NT Live website here.

The production stars Gillian Anderson, Vanessa Kirby and Ben Foster, and received a host of brilliant five star reviews when it opened in July.

The soundtrack of my original jazz and orchestral score can be downloaded here. It features the brilliant talents of Mark Kavuma, Ruben Fox, Giacomo Smith and Jason Simpson.

I’ve also put up a free download from the score on my Facebook page, so feel free to go and give it a “like” and download.

[EDIT] After a lot of requests I’ve just added a tracklisting of the other songs used in the show on my blog here.

4Creative “Stand Up To Cancer” 2 min commercial

I’ve recently composed the music for this brilliant 2 min commercial for 4Creative’s latest campaign Stand Up For Cancer, a partnership between Channel 4 and Cancer Research UK. It is being rolled out to cinemas nationwide this weekend and broadcast across more than one hundred commercial channels on Sunday night (7th Sept)… and subsequently for the next month working up to a dedicated night on Channel 4 in October.

Directed by Oscar nominated Nexus directors Adam Foulkes and Alan Smith, I worked alongside music production company SIREN on the epic score featuring orchestra and dark male voice choir. Epic.

Streetcar Named Desire jazz soundtrack released

I’ve just released an album consisting of much of my score heard in A Streetcar Named Desire from the sold out Young Vic production. It can be listened to online below or downloaded from Bandcamp here.

Featuring Mark Kavuma (Trumpet), Ruben Fox (Tenor Sax), Giacomo Smith (Clarinet), Jason Simpson (Upright Bass) and myself on Piano, Mellotron, Moog and Hammond.

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The Young Vic / National Theatre have also just released the trailer for the forthcoming NT Live broadcast of Streetcar on September 16th. The music used is from my piece “Number Six Thirty-Two” (the number of Stella and Stanley’s apartment in Elysian Fields New Orleans).

“Hamlet” encore screening to cinemas on the National Theatre’s 50th birthday

Very happy that the National Theatre will be broadcasting again to cinemas Sir Nicholas Hytner’s acclaimed 2010 production of Hamlet, on which I was composer, on the day that the NT turns 50 – 22nd October 2013. The production stared Rory Kinnear in the title role and gained numerous five star reviews.

The encore screenings also include Frankenstein directed by Danny Boyle, on which I was music associate with electro duo Underworld and staring Benedict Cumberbatch, which is being shown later in October.

As bonus material leading up to the broadcast, the NT has also released the original programme in PDF form here. Below is the trailer (featuring my score) and some snippets of the soundtrack I released in 2010.

Hamlet Trailer

Below is the trailer for Hamlet, now playing at the National Theatre’s Olivier until January and staring Rory Kinnear in the title role. It is being broadcast to cinemas globally on 9th December and will go on a European tour in Feb 2011.

NT Live Season Two

I’ve recently completed the worldwide cinema promo for the National Theatre’s second season of NT Live. It will be shown in cinemas globally for the next twelve months, along with a series of plays all broadcast live from the National Theatre.

Part of this season will show Hamlet, directed by Nicholas Hytner, which I have written the music to, and will be broadcast on 9th December 2010.

Alan Bennett’s “The Habit of Art” at the NT

I’ve recently composed the score to the National Theatre’s next cinema promo for The Habit of Art by Alan Bennett. The five-star sell out play is being broadcast to cinemas live around the world on 22nd April 2010 as part of it’s hugely successful NT Live season. It stars Richard Griffiths and Alex Jennings.