Publicity shots of the wonderful Marina Sirtis for comedy Dark Sublime, which lands in Trafalgar Studios in June.
Category: Publicity stills
It’s not every day I get to emphasise anonymity in a poster shoot and blast someone with a wind machine at full hurricane levels…
Publicity and poster shots for Everywoman, a one-woman exploration of motherhood and what it means to be a woman, which comes to the Vault Festival in February next…
Publicity and production shots from Antic Disposition’s cathedral tour of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing.
The tour runs to 24 July before the production decamps to France. It comes to London, at Gray’s Inn Hall, from 17 August.
Something completely different this time.
Shots from The Grift at the Town Hall Hotel in Bethnal Green, which takes audiences round this magnificent venue solving puzzles and learning con tricks on the way to getting revenge on the greatest con artist of all.
The fantastic experience runs to 25 March.
So this was a fun shoot.
Publicity and poster shots of Julian Clary and James Nelson-Joyce for the thriller, Le Grand Mort, which starts previews at Trafalgar Studios next week.
Publicity and rehearsal shots for new musical The Braille Legacy, which opens at the Charing Cross Theatre next week.
The show follows the story of Louis Braille, a blind boy who revolutionised the lives of the blind with his invention of a tactile alphabet.
Advertising, rehearsal and production shots for the hilarious and thought-provoking (in equal measure) Counting Stars at the Theatre Royal Stratford East.
The show, which follows two nightclub toilet attendants with dreams through Valentine’s Day night, runs to 17 September.
These were fun to shoot.
Forthcoming new play It Is Easy To Be Dead at the Finborough looks at the life of poet Charles Sorley, who was among the first to sign up to fight in World War I and died a year later.
For the advertising shots of star Alexander Knox, I wanted to focus more…
Advertising, poster and production photos from Tennessee Williams’ rarely performed In The Bar of a Tokyo Hotel at the Charing Cross Theatre, starring the legendary Linda Marlowe.
If you want to see the show, you have just over a week left. The final performance is on 14 May.
Publicity shots of the wonderful Freddie Stewart and Floriane Andersen, shot for the forthcoming tour of Antic Disposition’s World-War-I-based take on Shakespeare’s Henry V.
The tour begins in London on 26 March before visiting some of the nation’s great cathedrals, before bowing out at the Holy Trinity Church in Stratford-upon-Avon.