David Shrubsole

David Shrubsole trained at Trinity College of Music and has worked widely as a composer, orchestrator, and music director for theatres in Britain and abroad.

For the National: My Country; a work in progress, The Threepenny Opera, Table, London Road, The Magistrate, She Stoops to Conquer, Major Barbara, The Enchantment, The Alchemist, My Fair Lady

Other work includes: The Great Wall and Pinocchio (music and lyrics), The Wind in the Willows, American Psycho (also Broadway), The Crucible, Sweeney Todd, Annie, The Rise and Fall of Little Voice, Peter Pan, Martin Guerre, Much Ado About Nothing, Romeo and Juliet, Porgy and BessHello, Dolly!, A Streetcar Named Desire, Macbeth, A Twist of Fate, The Three Musketeers, Troilus and Cressida, Conversations with Coward, So This Then Is Life, Travelling Light, The Diary of Anne Frank, Alice, Amadeus, Assassins, Ain’t Misbehavin’, A Chorus Line, Gaslight, Dorian Gray, Just So, Ragtime, Miss Saigon, Master Class, Chess, Carmen Jones; and assistant to William Brohn on Betty Blue Eyes and Barnum

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London Road, The Woman at the End of the World

 

(Published March 2017)