The Stage Show
War Horse is the most successful production ever to be mounted by the National Theatre of Great Britain, loved by the Queen, critics and audiences alike. First opening on the Olivier stage in 2007, it transferred to London's West End where it has since played more than 2000 performances.Read More >
The National Theatre's acclaimed production of The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time is based on Mark Haddon's award-winning novel, adapted by Simon Stephens and directed by Marianne Elliott, with original music by Adrian Sutton. Winner of 7 Olivier Awards including Best Play and Best Sound Design in 2013.Read More >
First staged by the National Theatre
Set in an 18th-century hospital for deserted children, Coram Boy tells the story of two young orphans from very different backgrounds who are thrown together by cruel circumstance. It was adapted by Helen Edmundson from Jamila Gavin`s award-winning book, with a score by Adrian Sutton.Read More >
Adrian is currently writing an unaccompanied violin work for Fenella Humphreys' Bach2TheFuture project, to premiere at the St. Magnus festival in Orkney on 20th June
Adrian was delighted to be made an Honorary Fellow of his former university, London Goldsmiths College at a ceremony led by the Chair of Council Baroness Estelle Morris, in the Great Hall of Goldsmiths on 17 February.
Adrian has scored the music for Marianne Elliot's production of a new play by Sam Holcroft, Rules For Living, that opened in the National Theatre's Dorfman theatre in March 2015.