Grant Olding

Grant Olding trained at Central School of Speech and Drama



Published February 2014

Grant Olding is an Associate Artist at the Curve Theatre, Leicester.

For the National: Saint George and the Dragon, A Small Family Business, One Man, Two Guvnors, Timon of Athens, Travelling Light, England People Very Nice, The Man of Mode, The Alchemist, Southwark Fair

For the RSC: The Hypocrite, The Rover, Don Quixote, Oppenheimer

In London's West End: Breakfast at Tiffany's, Broken Glass

Other music for theatre includes: Young Marx,The Memory of Water, The Dishwashers, The Good Person of Sichuan, Sherlock Holmes: the Best Kept Secret, Salonika, Bollywood Jane, James and the Giant Peach, Canvas, Wallenstein, London Assurance, 101 Dalmatians

As a composer and lyricist for musical theatre: Drunk, Simply Cinderella, Robin Hood, The Beggar’s Musical, Tracy Beaker Gets Real, Spittin’ Distance, Three Sides

Ballet: Jekyll and Hyde

Grant Olding was resident composer at the Bridewell Theatre 2003–04.

Upstart Crow, The Pact, I Want My Wife Back, Marley’s Ghosts, Arena: The National Theatre, The Bleak Old Shop of Stuff

Saving Santa; and short films La Merde, The Dark Room, Induction, A Day A Life, Junkie Love, Losing the Plot

Three Sides – NYMF award for Best Score

One Man, Two Guvnors – Tony nomination and Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Music in a Play


(Published October 2017)