Trained: Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, BA Theatre Sound
Based: London, UK
Beth Duke is a theatre sound designer and composer. She is currently a resident Sound Designer at the Almeida Theatre. Her theatre works spans a broad range and has a particular interest in new writings, devised work, and reimagining of texts, including collaborations with directors such as Lucy Morrison, Elayce Ismail and Sara Joyce.
shows in the same venue are split by a semi-colon
One Jewish Boy (Trafalgar Studios, West End & UK Tour), Scenes with Girls; Living Newspaper (Royal Court Theatre); Deathdrop (Garrick Theatre), Gentlemen; Pipeline; A Fantastic Bohemian; Lovesick (Arcola Theatre), Reimagining (Almeida Theatre), One Under with Graeae Theatre Company (Plymouth Drum &UK tour), Superstar; Anything is Possible if You Think Hard Enough About It (Southwark Playhouse), New Views (Dorfman Theatre, National Theatre), Silence (Mercury Theatre/UK tour), Instructions for a Teenage Armageddon (Old Red Lion), Split!; Boots; Lovely & Jason; Alice; Patricia Gets Ready; Head of State; Goodbear (VAULTS Festival), Together, Not the Same (Sadler’s Wells Theatre), Queen Margaret; 5/11; Emilia (Mountview); Great Expectations (Geffrey Museum); Around the Block (Etcetera), Eros (White Bear); Breathe (Tristan Bates), Boxman (UK tour), Little Did I Know (Bread & Roses), The State of Things (Brockley Jack Studio), Katzenmusik; Hamlet (Royal Central School of Speech and Drama), Ulsta Americans; Hyenas (LAMDA).
As associate -
War of the Worlds Immersive Experience (56 Leadenhall Street); A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Tobacco Factory); Apollo 13 (Original Theatre Company); Goodbear, Do Our Best (Edinburgh Festival Fringe); Dust (New York Theatre Workshop).
Film includes: Gaixia [as sound recordist], Hydrangea [as composer].