Frank Bradley Sound Tutor

Frank Bradley

Sound Tutor


Biography

Frank has worked as the Deputy Chief Electrician at the Birmingham Rep, the Sound Operator for the first London production of Annie, as a member of the sound department at the Aldwych and as Deputy Head of Sound at the Barbican for the RSC. He was also the No.1 Sound Operator for the London production of Les Miserables.

His sound Designs include: Mary Barnes (Birmingham Rep); Solzhenitsyn’s The Love Girl and The Innocent, The Knight of the Burning Pestle, Mother Courage and on the Broadway transfer All’s Well That Ends Well (RSC); The Parasol, The Doctor’s Dilemma, Blithe Spirit, The Recruiting Officer and Absurd Person Singular (Royal Exchange, Manchester); Merrily We Roll Along, West Side Story, Pacific Overtures, Piaf, Rock Hard, Hot Stuff, Carousel, Follies, The Rocky Horror Show, Sweeney Todd, Aladdin, Into The Woods, The Rink, Singin’ In The Rain, Sunday In The Park With George, Oliver!, A Little Night Music and On Your Toes (Leicester Haymarket); Guys And Dolls (Gaiety Theatre, Dublin); Calamity Jane (Coventry Belgrade and national tour); On Your Toes (tour to Japan); How To Succeed In Business Without Really Trying (Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts); Love for Love and Chimes at Midnight (Chichester); The Seagull and Measure For Measure (English Touring Theatre); Une Tempete (The Gate); Into The Woods (National Youth Music Theatre); The Threepenny Opera (Clwyd Theatr Cymru); Rita Sue And Bob Too and A State Affair (Out of Joint); Do I Hear A Waltz? (Guildhall School of Music and Drama); Othello (National Youth Theatre); Singin’ In The Rain (Sadlers Wells). In the West-End: Suddenly Last Summer, Ain’t Misbehavin’, and (co-designed with John Leonard) A Clockwork Orange.

Frank has worked as a visiting tutor at Guildhall School of Music and Drama a visiting tutor at Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts and as a technical tutor on the radio production course Goldsmiths College.

I find it immensely satisfying passing on the baton and continuing the culture of generosity of the many people who taught me. It’s a privilege and pleasure to nurture and teach so many talented young people and see them flourish in their career. Cathy Stewart, Head of Scenic Art