LAMBCO Productions is incredibly appreciative of this amazing bunch of Creative people who have worked
and are working tirelessly in the background to put together the shows

STRANGERS IN BETWEEN
by Tommy Murphy
Directed by Adam Spreadbury-Maher
Designed by David Shields
Musical Compositions by Aaron Clingham
Assistant Director Meeri Aro
Fight and Intimacy Director Lawrence Carmichael
Lighting by Richard Lambert

BOYS IN THE BUFF
Words, Music and Composition by Chris Burgess
Directed and Choreographed by Robbie O’Reilly
Musical Director Aaron Clingham
Designer David Shields
Additional music by Cathy Shostak
Lighting by Richard Lambert
Musical Tracks Joe Louis Robinson

LOVE IS BLUE
by Don Cotter
Directed by Prav MJ
Designed by David Shields
Choreography by Robbie O’Reilly
Assistant Director Andrew McRobb
Lighting Richard Lambert

TWINKLE
by Philip Meeks
Directed by Robbie O’Reilly
Designed by David Shields
Lighting Richard Lambert

TICKLE the Musical
Words, Music and Composition by Chris Burgess
Directed and Choreographed by Robbie O’Reilly
Musical Supervisor Aaron Clingham
Designed by David Shields
Lighting Richard Lambert
Sound Julian Starr
Video Daniel McKeown
Musical Arrangements and tracks Andy Collyer

Robbie O’Reilly
Performing credits include: Robbie has had an extensive career starting as a performer in numerous stage productions for Original London and European theatre companies: Chicago; Fosse; My One and Only and Royal National Theatres’ Anything Goes to name a few, as well as many appearances on Television, in Film, on Video and in Cabaret.

Recording credits include: Chicago (Original London Cast) and Anything Goes (National Theatre Cast).

Choreography credits include: Boys in the Buff the Concert (King’s Head Theatre); Boys in the Buff (Stockwell Playhouse); Dynasties: The Sands of Time (Jazz Dance Company, UK Tour); critically-acclaimed Creatives.

Sondheim’s Follies, Put On A Happy Face, Into The Woods (Landor Theatre); I Love You Because (UK Premiere, winner of Theatregoers’ Choice Award for Best Off-West End Musical, 2007, Landor Theatre); Alvaro’s Balcony ( Landor Theatre); Curtains (2013 Award Winner for Best Choreography, Front Row Dress Awards and shortlisted Finalist for the WhatsOnStage ‘Offies’ for Best Choreography, Landor Theatre); Damn Yankees (Offie Nomination for Best Choreography 2014, Landor Theatre); She Loves Me (4 Offie Nominations, 2015 and shortlisted Finalist for WhatsOnStage ‘Offies’, Landor Theatre); The Clockmaker’s Daughter, Sincerely Yours (Landor Theatre); Opening Gala, Hello Again, Pippin, Assassins for (Birmingham School of Acting); The Wrong House (LSMT); The Step into Dance Company; The Royal Academy of Dance; Almost Like A Virgin (Edinburgh Fringe); City of Angels (Bridewell Theatre); Bumblescratch (Workshop, Robert Sherman Jr, Network Theatre); Do You Have A Secret Crush? (Sleeping With Straight Men) (LOST Theatre), Guys and Dolls, Sound of Music, Oliver, (Francis Holland school) and numerous Jazz and Musical Theatre pieces for various dance colleges, Move it and corporate gigs including The Natural History Museum and Mastercard.

Directorial credits include: BOYS IN THE BUFF (Winner of OFFIE Best Choreography), Skin Deep – the body image show (Edinburgh Fringe), For the Jazz Dance company – Touring productions, JDC, Evolution, Circus of Dreams, Silver Screen, Unexpected Tales, Dynasties -The Sands Of Time, Decades, Iconic and Phoenix Rising from the Ashes(Pentland Theatre). Assistant Director Alvaro’s Balcony (Landor Theatre)

Other info: Robbie is Artistic Director and Company Director of London Studio Centre’s Jazz Dance Company.

Twitter: @OReillyRobbie
Insta: @robbiea5678

Prav MJ
Prav MJ trained as a director at the ART (American Repertory Theatre) and Video producing and directing at MassArt in Boston, USA.
In 2014 she founded PMJ productions for theatre productions after participating in the Stage One new producers course in London. She likes to support emerging writers and to stage plays that inspire and create debate in the public to stimulate change. Productions include British Premieres at the Park Theatre – Faceless by US playwright Selina Fillinger that dealt with radicalisation, Sket about teenage “sexting” and gangs  by Maya Sondhi and Young Lives Today – 3 short plays about young people in the 21st Century that were fundraisers for the NSPCC (National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children).The Lonely Soldier Monologues (LSM) by US playwright Helen Benedict, a verbatim piece about female soldiers in the combat zone (The Cockpit Theatre). LSM was nominated for a Liberty Human Rights Arts Award in association with the Southbank Centre, London. Credits in the USA include SLAMBoston 2007 with The Girl who Loved the Moon by Ann Marie Oliva, Boston Center for the Arts, Boston, MA. FeverFest 07 with The Kiss by Mark Harvey Levine for Way Theatre Artists, Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center. Cambridge, MA.

Philip Meeks
As a playwright for stage and radio  Philip explores  the tales of ordinary people in extraordinary circumstances.
His work often  focuses on lost voices in the LGBTQI+ community.
His recent plays include “Harpy” with Su Pollard which had a sell-out national tour in 2021. Other plays include ,“Kiss Me Honey, Honey!”  which won a Fringe First and “The Legend of Sleepy Hollow”, which  toured the UK 2021-2022. “Murder, Margaret and Me” and “Edith in the Dark” are both published by Samuel French.
Philip’s recent plays for Radio 4, “Twenty Odd” and “Nine Bob Notes” both became dramas of the week. His next play “Second Hand Rose” will be broadcast in 2023.
He recently won a Writers Guild NPCS Award to write his next play “No Dog No Danny”, a play about coming out featuring the legendary Danny La Rue.

Don Cotter
A graduate of Mountview Academy, Don’s extensive theatre credits include: Journey’s End (King’s Head / National Theatre) ; Judy! (Arts, London) ; No Sex Please – We’re British (Garrick) ; Iron (Old Red Lion) ; Through The Mill (Southwark Playhouse) ; Southern Baptist Sissies (Above the Stag) ; Table Manners (Windsor) ; Children of Darkness (Leicester Square Theatre) ; Chicago (English Theatre, Frankfurt) Little Tramp (Basingstoke) ; Jesus Christ Superstar (Perth) ; Impotent (Lion & Unicorn). Repertory seasons include Birmingham, Northampton, Leicester Haymarket, Westcliff, Swansea and Southwold.
Passionate about new writing, Don is a member of The Script Readers, a company of actors, writers and directors, based at Theatre Royal, Stratford East.
As a playwright, his credits include: Shelves and Frames (Hen & Chickens) ;
Freddie, Ted and the Death of Joe Orton OFFIE nomination (Best Set Design) ; Always Something There (London Theatre Workshop). Rehearsed readings:
After The Morning (Above the Stag) ; The Fetish Club (Jermyn Street) ; The Way It Is (Turbine). His latest project, Thinking Out Loud, a personal collection of memories, monologues and songs, is currently in development.

Chris Burgess
Theatre writing credits include: Tales My Lover Told Me (King’s Head Theatre); The Last Fattybottypuss in the World (Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre); Dishonorable Ladies, one woman show for Honor Blackman, (National tour, and West End); Sophie Tucker’s One Night Stand, Bette Midler and Me, Boys in the Buff and Skin Deep (Edinburgh Fringe Festival); Lunch With Marlene and Noel – starring Kate O’Mara and Hetty Feinstein’s Wedding Anniversary (New End Theatre, Hampstead); Devilish! (Landor Theatre); It’s Only Make Believe, Jewish Legends, Great Jewish American Songbook, That’s Jewish Entertainment, MGM Story and A Night at the Oscars (Upstairs at the Gatehouse). His musical Sleeping Arrangements opened in 2013 at the Landor theatre. CD available from SimG Productions. Elton John – A Little Bit Funny and Jewish Hollywood (Upstairs at the Gatehouse) and DUET is a new musical work in progress.

Aaron Clingham
Aaron has received seven Off West End Award nominations for Best Musical Director.
Credits include: Grindr The Opera; Pinocchio; [title of show]; Fanny and Stella; Bathhouse The Musical!; Metropolis; The Kissing Dance; The Apple Tree’(BroadwayWorld nomination for Musical Director) and Wonderful Town (Ye Olde Rose and Crown Theatre); Into the Woods (Cockpit Theatre); It’s a Bird… It’s A Plane…It’s Superman (Leicester Square Theatre); My Land’s Shore (Theatr Soar); The Rippers Five (Theatro Technis); Sondheim by Sondheim (Camden Roundhouse); Cream (Canal Cafe Theatre) and Charming Dick (RVT).
Orchestration credits: Romance Romance; Grindr The Opera; Metropolis; Into The Woods and My Land’s Shore.
Cabaret: Mountains A Musical Journey (The Other Palace); Don’t Ask the Lady! (Crazy Coqs); Sondheim Divas (Above The Arts); Tim McArthur and Friends (Hippodrome Casino) and The Stephen Sondheim Society Presents (Phoenix Artists Club).

Andrew McRobb
In a long theatre career , Andrew has assisted Prav MJ on many occasions. Productions include:- I’ll Leave It To You and The Importance of Being Earnest (Logos Theatre), Busted Jesus Comix, Silence  – the Musical, Maurice (Above the Stag), Sket and Faceless (Park Theatre), and many more.
After a break of a couple of years, Andrew is looking forward to working with Prav again on Love is Blue.

Other LAMBCO productions:

SOHO BOY
by Paul Emelion Daly
Directed by Matt Strachan
Designed by David Shields
Lighting Richard Lambert
Sound Julian Starr
Video Daniel McKeown

BETTE MIDLER & ME
by Chris Burgess
Lighting & Sound by Richard Lambert

NAKED BOYS SINGING
Conceived by Robert Shrock
Directed/Choreographed by Carole Todd
Musical Director Aaron Clingham
Lighting by Richard Lambert

HAPPY ENDING
Written by Ronnie Larsen
Directed by Peter Bull

TICKLE the Musical
Words, Music and Composition by Chris Burgess
Directed by Robert McWhir
Musical Supervisor David Eaton
Choreographer Sam Spencer-Lane
Designed by Richard Lambert

BOY TOY
Written, Directed and Choreographed by William Spencer

BATHHOUSE the Musical
Music and Lyrics by Tim Evanicki and Esther Daack
Additional material by Ryan Beck and Jason Wetzel
Directed by Robert McWhir
Choreographed by William Spencer
Lighting by Richard Lambert

THE CRUMPLE ZONE
by Buddy Thomas
Directed by Robert McWhir
Lighting & Sound by Richard Lambert

Margot, Dame, the most famous ballerina in the World
by Claudio Macor
Directed by Robert McWhir
Choreographed by Robbie O’Reilly
Lighting & Sound by Richard Lambert

Do you have a secret crush?
by Ronnie Larsen
Directed by Robert McWhir
Choreographed by Robbie O’Reilly
Lighting & Sound by Richard Lambert

Sincerely Yours
by Sara O’Connor
Directed by Robert McWhir
Choreographed by Robbie O’Reilly
Lighting & Sound by Richard Lambert

Bluebirds a musical
by Julian Woolford
Directed by Michelle Blair
Choreographed by Steven Harris
Lighting by Michael Brenkley

Additional Credits

Paul Nicholas-Dyke – Photographer and Graphic Design for PND Photography
Nicholas Brittain – Photographer for Brittain Photography
Peter Davies – Video and Photography

Acknowledgements
David King at St Gabriel’s Hall
Audrey Thayer and the staff at the Drayton Arms Theatre
David Hartley and C Arts Venues