For Headlong: Junkyard (Bristol Old Vic/Theatr Clwyd/Rose Theatre Kingston), This House (Chichester Festival Theatre / West End), and Observe the Sons Of Ulster Marching Towards the Somme (UK / Ireland Tour).
Theatre includes: Wolf Hall, Bring Up The Bodies (RSC / West End / Broadway), The River, Jerusalem (Royal Court Theatre / West End / Broadway), The Seagull (Royal Court Theatre), The Silver Tassie, This House, The Veil, An Inspector Calls, Machinal, The Plough and the Stars, The Hothouse (National Theatre), Proof, To The Green Fields Beyond, Temple (Donmar Warehouse), The Birthday Party, Old Times, Betrayal (West End), and many productions for the Shakespeare’s Globe, Almeida, and West End theatres.
After eight years of working as a composer and performer for the stage Stephen began writing music for film and television, and has since built up a considerable filmography. He has written music for more than 40 television projects and has received five BAFTA nominations and, in 2013, a BAFTA Award for his work on Henry IV, parts 1 & 2.
Other recent television projects include Indian Summers and first two series of A Young Doctor’s Notebook.
Stephen has scored many feature films including: The Children Act, The Time of Their Lives, Hampstead, India in a Day, The Other Man, Seve, Polisse, Proof, Mrs Brown, Mystery Men, Quills, Billy Elliott, Captain Corelli’s Mandolin, Charlotte Gray, Birthday Girl, and Shakespeare in Love, for which he won an Academy Award.