Harry Potter And The Cursed Child - London, New York, Melbourne, San Francisco, Hamburg, Toronto. Director: John Tiffany. Music: Imogen Heap. 2017 Olivier Award & 2018 Tony Award Best Sound Design.
The Barber Shop Chronicles - National Theatre/Fuel. UK tour, Camden Roundhouse. Director: Bijan Sheibani.
Invisible Cities - Manchester International Festival, 59 Productions and Rambert. Director: Leo Warner. Choreographer: Sidi Larbi Cherkaoui
Sound Design for the Stage - A new book by Gareth Fry, published by the Crowood Press. More info
Doom Days - Still Avoiding Tomorrow - a binaural theatre piece to launch Bastille’s album Doom Days, created with the band and writer Charlotte Bogard Mcleod.
All Kinds of Limbo - An immersive performance piece using room-scale VR, volumetric capture and holographic projection. Composed by Nubiya Brandon and Raffy Bushman. Directed by Toby Coffey.
Rekorder-land - a Mixed-reality experience using Magic Leap technology at London’s Underbelly
The Bookshop - Short film starring Tim Burgess, directed by Susan Lynch
V&A Unframed - Short film for V&A Museum’s exhibition at the Prague Quadrennial
Draw Me Close - VR experience,, selected for Tribeca and Venice Film Festivals. Young Vic Theatre.
Omay, Between The Ears - BBC Radio 3. Produced by David Waters. Listen here (with headphones)
The Discovery Adventures - Land Rover / Cecilia. A 7-part family drama podcast, recorded binaurally. Listen here (with headphones)
Hear Their There Here - iPhone/Android app-based sound-walk around Brooklyn Bridge Park. Director: Geoff Sobelle
The Cat in the Hat - MTI / National Theatre. Directed by Katie Mitchell
Gareth Fry is a multi award winning sound designer, best known for his cutting-edge work in theatre, on productions such as Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, and Complicité’s The Encounter. He has also designed events and exhibitions, from the V&A’s landmark David Bowie Is exhibition, to being asked by Danny Boyle to design the sound effects for the Opening Ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games. He is a founder and ex-chair of the Association of Sound Designers, which supports those in, and entering, the UK theatre sound industry. He is an expert in using binaural sound. He has been awarded two Tony Awards, three Olivier Awards, two Drama Desk Awards, two Helpmann Awards and an Evening Standard Award.