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Mark Melville

Sound Designer

Mark is a composer and sound designer for theatre and film and trained at Leeds College of Music. His work has been seen across the UK and internationally and exhibited at the V&A Museum in London, the Prague Quadrennial Theatre Design Festival and the British Design for Theatre Exhibition.

Recent theatre includes: Flight (Vox Motus/Edinburgh International Festival); Frankenstein, Wit, Birth (Royal Exchange); Human Animals; Violence and Son; God Bless the Child (Royal Court); Yer Granny, Knives in Hens, Miracle Man, Empty, My Shrinking Life (National Theatre of Scotland); Tomorrow (Vanishing Point/Cena Contemporânea Festival, Brazil/Brighton Festival/Tramway); 1984 (Emilia Romagna Teatro); Guards at the Taj, The Children (Theatre by the Lake); Where Do We Belong (Northern Stage); Little Gift (M6 Theatre/AndyManley); Road (Leeds Playhouse); The Greatest Play in The History of the World (Tara Finney Productions/Royal Exchange); The Manchester Project (Monkeywood Theatre/HOME); Where Do We Stand? (Northern Stage); Charlie Sonata (Royal Lyceum Theatre); The Destroyed Room (Vanishing Point/Battersea Arts Centre); Dragon (Vox Motus/National Theatre of Scotland); Saturday Night (Vanishing Point/Teatro Nacional Sao Jao, Porto/Teatro San Luis); Mister Holgado (Unicorn); Wonderland (Vanishing Point/Napoli Teatro Festival/Edinburgh International Festival); The Crucible, A Tender Thing, Hamlet (Dukes Playhouse).

Mark is also a frequent collaborator with director, Louie Ingham and a member of the Association of Sound Designers.

Visit his website: markmelvillemusic.com