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Stage Sight Co-director

Tony Gayle

Sound Designer

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Tony is a freelance Sound Designer mainly working in Musical Theatre and large theatrical events. Stage Sight represents what he believes to be a very important part of the modern day theatre industry. Diversity and inclusion is key to the future of our industry. Theatre and the Arts should be for everyone and not the few.

Theatre includes: Get Up, Stand Up! – The Bob Marley Musical (Lyric), Blue/Orange (Tour), A Place For We (Park Theatre), Gin Craze! (Royal & Derngate), And Breathe…(Almeida), Shoe Lady (Royal Court), Poet In da Corner (Royal Court and UK tour), Salad Days (UK tour), Songs for Nobodies (Wilton’s Music Hall and Ambassadors), Floyd Collins (Wilton’s Music Hall), The Wild Party (The Other Palace), Lazarus (King’s Cross) and West Side Story (Bishopsgate Institute).

As Associate Sound Designer: Jersey Boys ( Whitehal/Tour ), Dear Evan Hansen (Noël Coward), TINA – The Tina Turner Musical (Aldwych, Broadway, Madrid, Hamburg and Utrecht), Here Lies Love (National Theatre and Seattle Rep), The Book of Mormon (Prince of Wales and European tour), Aladdin (Prince Edward and Germany), Beautiful – The Carole King Musical (Aldwych), The Girl from the North Country (The Old Vic and Noël Coward), Groundhog Day (The Old Vic), Matilda (International tour) and Spring Awakening (Hammersmith Lyric and Novello).

Audio PlaysOn The Line ( 45th North ), The Rime of The Second Sister ( 45th North )

“With nearly 30 yrs of Theatre and Live sound experience, I have seen many changes in our industry good and bad. My wish and goal is to see more positive and inclusive change within our sector, implementing and delivering action while influencing and inspiring the next talented generation of theatre makers. I am the proud recipient of the Black British Theatre Awards recognition award 2019 and 2021, alongside being named one of the Alfred Fagon Award 25 Black Champions of Theatre.”

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