Sound Designs by Gareth Fry 2011


Small Hours

Hamsptead Theatre. Director: Katie Mitchell

Die Wellen

Schaubuhne, Berlin. Director: Katie Mitchell


Royal Court Theatre and Vienna Festival. Director: Katie Mitchell

"It's not just the menacing grind of Gareth Fry's vaguely industrial soundscape that gives "Wastwater" its looming air of apprehension."  David Benedict, Variety

Five Stages of Truth

V&A exhibition. Presented in London at the V&A, the National Theatre and toured internationally. Director: Katie Mitchell

Can we talk about this?

DV8. Director: Lloyd Newson. Honeyford Sound Mix section of show.

Chicken Soup with Barley

Royal Court Theatre. Director: Dominic Cooke

"Dominic Cooke’s production builds an atmosphere of thrilling, breathless excitement, wonderfully enhanced by Gareth Fry’s sound design." Judi Herman,

Richard III

Old Vic Theatre and world tour. Director: Sam Mendes
Old Vic Theatre, Spring 2011
Brooklyn Academy of Music, Spring 2012
Toured to Epidaurus, Greece, Spain, Doha, Hong Kong, Turkey, Italy, Holland, Singapore, China, San Francisco .

Nominated for Best Sound Design for a Play, NY Drama Desks, 2012

A Woman Killed With Kindness

Lyttelton, National Theatre. Director: Katie Mitchell

Film4 Summer Screen at Somerset House

Truth and Reconcilliation

Royal Court Upstairs. Director: Debbie Tucker-Green

The Missing

Tramway Theatre, National Theatre of Scotland. Director: John Tiffany


Det Kongelige Teater, Copenhagen. Director: Katie Mitchell


Young Vic Theatre, Director: Ian Rickson

The Master and Margarita

Plymouth & Luxembourg. Director: Simon McBurney

Opened in Plymouth 2011, toured to Luxembourg. 2012 tour to London’s Barbican, Madrid, Vienna, Recklinhausen, Amsterdam, Barcelona and headlined the Avignon Festival in the Palace des Papes before a second run at the Barbican Theatre.

"with a soundtrack that ranges from Shostakovich to the Rolling Stones. But it is also packed with finely observed detail. ... stunning sound by Gareth Fry" Evening Standard

"the combination of Gareth Fry’s sound, Paul Anderson’s lights and Finn Ross’s video projections is breathtaking." Alexander Gilmour, FT

The Cat in the Hat

Theatre de la Ville, Paris. Director: Katir Mitchell
Cottesloe Theatre, 2009, Young Vic Theatre, 2010, Paris 2011
& Sound Supervisor for DVD release
Sound design provided for MTI for worldwide performances - click here for MTI Cat in the Hat sound microsite