Paul Arditti

Recent sound designs include Amadeus, The Threepenny Opera, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom, Behind the Beautiful Forevers, Everyman, Edward II, London Road (all National Theatre), (National Theatre, Manchester International Festival and Théâtre du Châtelet Paris), The Glass Menagerie (West End), Mary Stuart, Bacchae, Little Revolution, American Psycho (Almeida), King Charles III (Almeida, West End, UK tour and Broadway), The Emperor (Young Vic and HOME Manchester), Betrayal (Derby), A Midsummer Night’s Dream, If You Kiss Me Kiss Me, Measure for Measure, Feast, Three Sisters (Young Vic), A Streetcar Named Desire (Young Vic and St Ann’s Warehouse Brooklyn), The Scottsboro Boys (Young Vic and West End), The Audience and Skylight (West End and Broadway), Red Velvet (Tricycle, St Ann’s Warehouse and West End), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (West End), Billy Elliot The Musical (West End, Broadway, UK tour and worldwide).

Paul’s awards include a Tony Award, a Drama Desk Award and an Olivier Award for Billy Elliot The Musical, Tony Nominations for Mary Stuart and One Man Two Guvnors on Broadway, Olivier Award for Saint Joan at the NT, Evening Standard Award for Festen in the West End, Drama Desk Award for The Pillowman on Broadway. Paul is nominated for a 2017 Olivier Award for his sound design on Amadeus.

Paul is a founder member of the Association of Sound Designers and an Associate Director of the National Theatre.