12 - 14 May

by Lawrence D. Cohen


12 - 14 May

Music by Michael Gore
Lyrics by Dean Pitchford
Book by Lawrence D. Cohen
Based on the novel by Stephen King

Director Richard Fitch
Musical Director Nicholas Chave
Choreographer Arielle Smith
Rehearsal Movement Director Amelia O’Hara
Set and Costume Designer Sophia Pardon
Lighting Designer Louisa Smurthwaite
Sound Designer Adam Fisher
Video Designer Ben Bull

Carrie doesn’t fit in anywhere. At school, she is an outcast who is bullied, tormented or just invisible. At home, her dominating mother controls her life. But when Carrie discovers that she has unexpected power in other ways, everything will change…

Based on the Stephen King classic, this new production of the Royal Shakespeare Company musical marks a bold new actor-musician interpretation. Carrie is a gory, graphic and gripping tale of the horrible things that people do to each other.

Please be aware that Carrie will feature strong and gory violence, discrimination and bullying, abuse, scenes of a sexual nature, strobe lighting and sudden loud noise.

Duration: 2 hours and 20 minutes, including interval

This amateur production CARRIE THE MUSICAL is presented by arrangement with Concord Theatricals Ltd.

Mountview encourage audience members aged 11+ to wear a face covering inside the building, including the auditorium and foyer.

We ask that you do not attend if you feel unwell or have any symptoms of COVID-19. View our COVID-19 Audience FAQs.

See our food and drink provisions within the venue.

Booking Info


Thu 12 May, 7:30pm
Fri 13 May, 2pm
Fri 13 May, 7pm
Sat 14 May, 2pm

Full Price £15
Concession (Under 18/Student/Over 65) £12
Southwark Presents Cardholder £10

The Mack, Mountview, 120 Peckham Hill Street, London SE15 5JT

To Book

020 8881 2201
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Richard Fitch


Richard is a theatre director who works throughout the UK and Internationally. He is a Visiting Lecturer at several drama schools.

Trained at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts and the Young Vic, Richard is Associate Director of Back to the Future The Musical, which was recently nominated for seven Olivier Awards.

Recent directing credits include: Bandstand (European Premiere, Arts Educational), Funny Girl (UK tour), The Importance of Being Earnest (Theatr Clwyd) and Ruthless! The Musical (Arts Theatre, West End).

Nicholas Chave

Musical Director & Arranger

Nicholas is the Head of Music at Mountview.

Musical direction credits for Mountview include: Dogfight, The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, as well as multiple showcases for Musical Theatre and Actor Musicianship students.

He has been Musical Supervisor for Hertford Theatre’s annual pantomime for over seven years with shows including The Snow Queen, The Astonishing Adventures of Pinocchio and Rapunzel, and has previously been Musical Director for multiple productions with the National Youth Music Theatre.

Nicholas trained at Trinity Laban Conservatoire, and Mountview in Musical Direction.

Arielle Smith


Havana-born Arielle was raised in Camden.

She came to prominence choreographing Jolly Folly for English National Ballet, for which she won an Olivier for Outstanding Achievement in Dance and has been nominated for a National Dance Award for Best Classical Choreography.

She has been celebrated in The Stage 25 as one of 25 individuals to become future stars of the UK theatre industry and been named on The Guardian’s ones to watch for 2022.

Hadley Smith

Fight Choreographer

Hadley graduated from Mountview in 2015.

He has worked as an actor, fight performer and stunt double on a variety of productions.

Some highlights include: Wendy and Peter Pan (Leeds Playhouse), Emmerdale (ITV) and 8 Out of 10 Cats Does Countdown (Channel 4).

In 2021, Hadley qualified as stage combat instructor with the British Academy of Dramatic Combat.

His recent choreography credits include: The Mirror and The Light (RSC), Kynren – An Epic Tale of England (Eleven Arches).

Sophia Pardon

Set and Costume Designer

Sophia trained at Wimbledon College of Arts.

Previous credits include Arthur/Merlin (St Paul’s Church, Covent Garden), Clinton Baptiste (Hackney Empire), A Christmas Carol (The Barn Theatre), Dirty Hearts (Old Red Lion), How to Make a Revolution (Finborough Theatre), Gorgon: A Horror Story (VAULTS Festival), Faustus (Queen Elizabeth Hall), The Little Prince (Omnibus Theatre) and Spongebob Squarepants the Musical (Arts Ed).

Sophia is one of the selected NDT Broadgate resident designers.

Louisa Smurthwaite

Lighting Designer

Louisa is a lighting and production designer working internationally across music, dance, theatre and immersive events.

Recent credits include 201 Dance Company, Keane, London Borough of Culture, Celeste, Bananarama, Florence and the Machine, Jarvis Cocker and Steve Mackey, Glass Animals, Gang of Four and Rag’n’Bone Man, for which she was shortlisted for a Knight of Illumination award.

Adam Fisher

Sound Designer

Sound design credits include: Our Man in Havana (Watermill Theatre), The Last Five Years (Garrick/Southwark Playhouse), The Show Must Go On! (Palace), Cinderella (Nottingham Playhouse), The View Upstairs and Soho Cinders (Soho Theatre) and What I Go To School For (Brighton Theatre Royal). As Associate Sound Designer to Mick Potter credits include: Les Misérables, Miss Saigon, Sunset Boulevard, Phantom of the Opera and School of Rock.

Ben Bull

Video Designer

Ben is Co-director of Big Tele Ltd.

Awards: 2020 Offie for Video Design (Baby Reindeer).

Theatre credits: Oti Mabuse I AM HERE (UK tour), An Audience with Anton Du Beke (UK tour), Sasha Regan’s all-male HMS Pinafore (2022 UK tour), Mission (Big House), Digital and Centre Stage (MS Iona), Sasha Regan’s all-male The Pirates of Penzance (The Palace Theatre/Wilton’s Music Hall), The Effect (English Theatre Frankfurt), Symphony (RMS Queen Mary 2), Mr Tickerton’s Clockwork Circus (MS Brittania), Baby Reindeer (The Bush Theatre/Edinburgh Fringe), Fast (Park Theatre), Eden (Hampstead Theatre). Stream and television credits: Song For Nature (London Coliseum/Sky Arts), Evening Standard Theatre Awards 2020 (Apollo Theatre/TikTok/, WhatsOnStage Awards 2020 (Turbine Theatre/, The Last Five Years (Southwark Playhouse/, Tonight at the London Coliseum (London Coliseum/

Carrie Creatives

Rehearsal Movement Director
Amelia Ohara

Voice Coach
Laura Neel

Assistant Director
Yani Wang
MA Theatre Directing student

Assistant Musical Director
Honor Halford-MacLeod
MA Musical Direction student

Assistant Lighting Designer
Efa Gregory†
Theatre Production Arts student

Carrie Crew

Production Manager
Davin Patrick

Assistant Production Manager
Cory Duffill

Wardrobe Supervisor
Katie Higgins

Stage Manager
Sam Harcourt†

Deputy Stage Manager
Emily Darley†

Assistant Stage Manager
Louisa Kemp†
Ro West†
Mimi Peers-Smith†

Production Electrician
Sofie Mirza†

Production Sound Engineer
Wayne Harris

LX Programmer
Freddy Sherwood

LX Programming Mentor
Steve Heywood

LX Crew
Beril Yavuz

LX Crew/Follow Spots
Beth Jefferies
Jonathan Scouse

Video Production Engineer & Programmer
Ethan Traynor

Sound 1
Matthew Greed†

Sound 2
Matthew Giles

Sound 3
Natasha Guzel†

Recording Engineer
Alistair Hobson

Scenic Construction Manager
Dan Cheyne

Deputy Scenic Construction Manager
Tom Barnett

Lead Scenic Artist
Ellie Pitt

Props Supervisor
Lisa Martin

Scenic Art & Prop Making Assistant
Jasmine Schofiled

Scenic Artists / Prop Makers
Mikayla Moxam ‡
Joanna Townley

* MA Theatre Directing student
** MA Musical Direction student
† Theatre Production Arts student
‡ Scenic Art and Prop Making student