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Sharon Small

For the National:


For the National Theatre: Nye (also Wales Millennium Centre), The Threepenny Opera, Men Should Weep and London Cuckolds

In London’s West End: When Harry Met Sally and GOOD

On Broadway:

Other theatre includes: Arden of Faversham at the RSC; Luna Gale at Hampstead; The Trials, Life is a Dream and Threepenny Opera at the Donmar; Carmen Disruption at the Almeida; Spur of the Moment at the Royal Court; The Realistic Joneses at Theatre Royal Bath; Still Alice at West Yorkshire Playhouse and on tour; The Exonerated at Riverside Studios; Lear at Sheffield Crucible; Green Field at the Traverse; What Now Little Man at Greenwich; and Armstrong’s Last Goodnight at the Lyceum, Edinburgh


Nightsleeper, The Bay, Flesh and Blood, London Kills, Trust Me, Born to Kill, Stonemouth, Law and Order, Death in Paradise, Midsomer Murders, Call the Midwife, Silent Witness, New Tricks, Downton Abbey (Christmas Special), Marple, Murderland, Mistresses, Rebus, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Cutting It, Glasgow Kiss, Sunburn, Bumping the Odds, No Child of Mine, An Independent Man, Dr Finlay and The Bill


Last Chance Harvey, Dear Frankie and About a Boy


(Published February 2024.)