recent work

As a director:

Henry V

Henry V Poster
22 May – 30 June 2012 | 35 Marylebone High Street
12 – 15 July 2012 | Latitude Festival

directed by Roland Smith
design by Katharine Heath
movement by Alexandra Baybutt
sound by Fergus Waldron
Cast includes: Margaret Ann Bain, Neil Connolly, Tom Daplyn, Philip Desmeules, Alexander Guiney, Jessica Guise, Isaac Jones, Laura Martin-Simpson, Christopher Polick, Zimmy Ryan, Liam Smith, Christopher Tester

“Henry V is precisely what immersive theatre should be: painfully visceral, palpably arresting and undeniably touching.”
**** The Huffington Post (Charlotte Skeoch)

The Photographer


3 – 7 January 2012 | Theatre503

written by Lisa Cagnacci and Hydar Dewachi
directed by Roland Smith
produced by Claire Turner
Cast includes: Jethro Skinner, Farshid Rokey

Pedal Pusher


25 – 26 May 2011 | Norwegian Festival of Literature
6 – 30 August 2010 | Zoo Roxy (Edinburgh Festival Fringe)
7 July – 1 August 2009 | 295 Regent Street

directed, scripted and conceived by Roland Smith
movement by Tonny A
design by Sophie Mosberger
Cast includes: Josh Cass, Tom Daply, Alexander Guiney, Graham O’Mara, Gareth Richardson

“In Pedal Pusher what Theatre Delicatessen managed to do with a couple of plastic chairs and some cycling shorts was pretty spectacular.”
Critics’ Choice Best of the Year 2009 – Time Out

Elle and the Cabaret of the Cavendish Club


3/5/6/9/10/12 December 2008 | 295 Regent Street

written and directed by Roland Smith
musical direction by Candida Caldicot
design by Ruth Sutcliffe
cast includes: Annabel Bates, Isaac Jones, Henry Maynard, Chris Polick, Sally Riceman, Jessica Sherman, Bethany Webb

Fanshen


1 July – 2 August 2008 | 295 Regent Street

written by David Hare
directed by Roland Smith
design by Chris Gylee
cast includes: Andy Bainbridge, Olivia Brown, Josh Cass, Dan Crow, Pethrow Gooden, Anneka Haskins, Isaac Jones, Pedro Reichert, James Russell, Bethany Webb

“The courage and intellectual rigour of the company’s efforts make the enterprise as admirable as it is exigent”
The Times

As a producer:

Theatre Souk


14 September – 16 October 2010 | 3-4 Picton Place

curated by Jessica Brewster
Working with theatre companies and artists:
.dash, The Lab Collective, Barometric, Curving Road, HalfCut, Juliane Von Sivers, Keiko Sumida, Natural Shocks, Straight out of Line

“Extraordinary odyssey through modern drama… If you get a chance, attend it, and look out for any new work from what are by now certainly one of the most exciting theatre companies in London.”
***** Remote Goat

 

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