Helen Chadwick Song Theatre
is a group of actors and singers who perform various performances in groups of between three and eight on each show. Along side the performers I also work with a creative team.
Our current repertoire includes
House of Light – an uplifting evening of gorgeous a cappella
War Correspondents –concert version-based on interviews with journalists working in conflict zones,
Songs For The Way Home – the theatrical concert version of Dalston Songs which was commissioned by the Royal Opera House based on interviews on he theme of HOME
Performers include singer/performer/actors Rakie Ayola, Shaun Chambers, Sian Croose, Dave Camlin, Vivien Ellis, Joanna Foster, Barbara Gellhorn, Martin George, Krystian Godlewski, Michael Harper, Benedict Hastings, Hazel Holder, Sianed Jones, James Lailey, Soraya Mahdaoui, Michael Mears, Amaka Okafori, Navros Oramari, Melanie Pappenheim, Andrew Pepper, Zara Ramm, Oliver Senton, Sophie Sterckx, Rebecca Thorn and Victoria Couper. Shows and concerts usually involve between three and eight performers. Site specific work often also includes a choir.
Creative Collaborators include choreographer and director Steven Hoggett, designer and creative collaborator Miriam Nabarro, designer Miriam Buether, lighting designer Natasha Chivers, sound designers Dominic Kennedy and Pete Malkin, producer Penny Mayes, producer Alison Holder, administrator Natalia Clark, musical director Helen Porter, creative collaborators Sally Pomme Clayton, John Lloyd Davies, Katie Rose, storytellers Hugh Lupton and Ashley Ramsden, designer Jerry Williams, director Mia Theil Have, writer Carl Miller, and composer Howard Moody. Further afield with singer and producer Brigitte Cirla of Voix Polyphoniques. Producer and recording engineer Jon Wilkinson has had a huge impact on developing my work through his recording and mixing of almost all of my albums.
Photography Most of my photography has been done by Simon Richardson. I also greatly appreciate the beautiful photos of our work taken by Simon Annand, Massimo Camplone, Marcelo Discharger, John Lloyd Davies, Johan Persson, Brian Swales and Rossella Vita. Big thanks to you all.