Giles Thomas

Sound Designer & Composition

Giles received a BA (Hons) in Sound Technology from the Liverpool Academy for Performing Arts.

He has worked as a Composer and Sound Designer for Theatre for over a decade as well as time spent as a Music Producer & Mix Engineer.

Theatre Credits: Machinal (Central School of Speech and Drama); Portia Coughlan (Almeida Theatre); Farewell Mister Haffmann (Ustinov Studios); Untitled F*ck M*ss S**gon Play (Royal Exchange Theatre, Manchester International Festival, Headlong & Young Vic); The Vortex (Chichester Festival Theatre); Private Lives (Donmar Warehouse); Sons of the Prophet (Hampstead Theatre); The Contingency Plan (Sheffield Theatres); The Glass Menagerie (Royal Exchange Theatre); Leftovers (LAMDA); An Octoroon (Abbey Theatre, Dublin); Fair Play (Bush Theatre); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Leicester Curve, ETT & Liverpool Everyman & Playhouse, UK tour); Romeo & Juliet (Regent's Park Open Air Theatre); Marvin's Binoculars (Unicorn Theatre); The Living Newspaper: Edition 2 (Royal Court Theatre); The Comeback (West End); The Dumb Waiter (Hampstead Theatre); The Twits (Unicorn Theatre); Faustus: That Damned Woman (Headlong, Lyric Hammersmith & Birmingham Rep); Dick Whittington (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Hedda Gabler (Sherman Cymru); Master Harold and The Boys (National Theatre); The Weatherman (Park Theatre); Equus (ETT, Theatre Royal Stratford East, UK tour & West End); Plenty (Chichester Festival Theatre); Tao of Glass (Manchester International Festival); Cock (Chichester Festival Theatre); Disco Pigs (Off Broadway); A Streetcar Named Desire (ETT & Nuffield Theatre); The Almighty Sometimes (Royal Exchange Theatre); Macbeth (Unifaun Theatre, Malta); Grimm Tales (Unicorn Theatre); Henry V (Tobacco Factory); Othello (ETT, UK tour); Rails (Theatre by the Lake); Buggy Baby (The Yard Theatre); The Importance of Being Earnest (Original Theatre, UK tour); Loose Lips (The Big House); Death of a Salesman (Royal & Derngate); Wait Until Dark (Original Theatre, UK tour); Handbagged (Theatre by the Lake); How My Light Is Spent (Royal Exchange Theatre); Normal (Rift); Othello (Tobacco Factory); Wish List (Royal Court); Baddies (Synergy); Hijabi Monologues (Bush Theatre); Disco Pigs (Trafalgar Studios);  DYL (Old Red Lion); The Ugly One (Park Theatre); A Dark Night In Dalston (Park Theatre); Yen (Royal Court); Wish List (Royal Exchange Theatre); Contractions (Sheffield Theatres); Correspondance (Old Red Lion), I See You (Royal Court, Market Theatre & Fugard Theatre); What Shadows (Birmingham Rep & Park Theatre); They Drink It In the Congo (Almeida Theatre); The Sugar-Coated Bullets Of The Bourgeoisie (Arcola Theatre & Hightide Festival); Decades (BRIT School); Ma Rainey's Black Bottom (National Theatre); The Snow Queen (Royal & Derngate); Orson's Shadow (Southwark Playhouse); Defect (Arts Ed); Betrayal (Faglolini & UK Tour); A Harlem Dream (Young Vic); Pomona (Royal Exchange Theatre & National Theatre); Yen (Royal Exchange Theatre); Sparks (Old Red Lion); The Titanic Orchestra (Edinburgh); This Will End Badly (Edinburgh); Little Malcolm and his Struggle Against the Eunuchs (Southwark Playhouse); Outside Mullingar (Theatre Royal Bath); Back Down (Birmingham Rep); The Snow Queen (Nuffield Southampton); Khandan (Birmingham Rep & Royal Court); Superior Donuts (Southwark Playhouse); Lie With Me (Talawa Theatre Company); The Sound of Yellow (Young Vic); Wolf From The Door (Royal Court); Pomona (Orange Tree Theatre); Allie (Edinburgh); Henry IV (Donmar Warehouse & tour); 1984 (West End & UK Tour); Primetime (Royal Court); Mint (Royal Court);  Pigeons (Royal Court); Death Tax (Royal Court); The President Has Come To See You (Royal Court); Take A Deep Breath & Breathe (Oval House); The Street (Oval House); Stop Kiss (Leicester Square Theatre); Henry V (Michael Grandage Company, West End); Three Men In A Boat (Original Theatre Company, UK tour); King John (Union Theatre); It's About Time (Nabokov Theatre Company); Shoot/Get Treasure/Repeat (Royal Court, Gate Theatre, Out of Joint, Paines Plough & National Theatre); House of Agnes (Paines Plough); An Appointment with the Wickerman (National Theatre of Scotland).

TV & Film Credits: Aurelia, Ident, Cern Hadron, Collider Exhibition, Street Spirit, Last of the Oaks.