My most recent musical, Battersea Bardot, explores the life of doomed 1960s London film star Carol White. It had its first performance at the BFI Southbank in London, November 2019, as part of the BFI Musicals! season.
My other musicals include Why Are Clowns? (Arcola Theatre, 2009), Children Who Sing Themselves to Sleep Eventually Go Mad (The Space, 2006), The Man Who Was Asleep (The Space, 2005 & Rosemary Branch Theatre, 2006) and Portrait of an Unknown Woman (Old Fire Station Theatre, 1997 & Edinburgh Fringe, 1998). My play Drowning has been performed at both the Courtyard Theatre and the Riverside Studios.
I have recorded albums under a variety of aliases, including The Assorted Family Circle, Victorian Gents and ShepherdBoy. My new album, Lo-Fi London, which explores some of the more unusual stories about this great city, is due to be released in late 2020. I have contributed incidental music for short films, trailers and many theatre productions including The Cave (Blue Elephant Theatre), Elsie and the Dragon (Kingston Rose Theatre), Dracula (Lion & Unicorn Theatre), The Crucible (Landor Theatre) and The Usual Suspects (Hackney Empire & national tour).
I am always on the lookout for collaborators – in particular theatre directors and producers, actors, singers and musicians – who want to create exciting work. I can be contacted at firstname.lastname@example.org or you can follow me on twitter - @ewencadenmoore