17 Dec - 17 Jan

A Musical Celebration


17 Dec - 17 Jan

Director Paul-Ryan Carberry
Movement Director David Lee
Set and Costume Designer Rhyannon Richardson
Lighting Designer Adam King
Sound Designer Robin Nash

Forming the final part of a New York, Los Angeles, London triptych, Mountview’s Actor Musician students bring you a celebration of the musical theatre heritage and culture of London.

This is an educational project.

Duration: TBC (with an interval)

Please note that there will be no public in-person performances for London. The production will be filmed and available to view for free for four weeks from Monday 21 December – if you wish to view the recording please register your interest via the ‘book online’ button and you will be sent the viewing link via email. The link will remain viewable for four weeks.

Booking Info


Thu 17 Dec - Sat 19 Dec: Closed performances
Mon 21 Dec - Sun 17 Jan 2021: Online viewing only


Mountview, 120 Peckham Hill Street, London SE15 5JT

To Book

020 8881 2201
Our box office hours are currently 9am-6pm, Monday-Friday. Online booking is 24 hours, but phone bookings should be made within these times. In person booking is not currently available. Tickets are booked subject to Mountview's terms and conditions

Industry Bookings

If you are an agent, casting director or industry colleague looking to view this production, please contact Neil Rutherford, Industry Liaison Manager -

Paul-Ryan Carberry


Paul-Ryan is the Artistic Director of Iris Theatre, which is the resident theatre company based at the Actors Church in Covent Garden. He trained at Mountview and graduated in 2008.

Recent directing credits include The Three Musketeers (Iris Theatre, Covent Garden), A Serious Business (Luton Library Theatre) and Healing Wounds (Wardown Park Museum).

He previously directed TouchedThe Nativity and Dead Dog in a Suitcase (and other love songs) for Mountview.

David Lee

Movement Director

Rhyannon Richardson

Set and Costume Designer

Rhyannon has been working in professional theatre for over 20 years, both as a set and costume designer and as a maker.

Much of her work has been with community groups, theatre in education and drama schools, but she has also designed for a wide range of both small and large scale productions and tours, including the Chester Mystery Plays.

She also designs for events, festivals and theme parks, and works as a mural artist and illustrator.

Adam King

Lighting Designer

Adam originally trained at Mountview and has since gone on to work as assistant lighting designer to Neil Austin on Harry Potter and the Cursed Child (Palace Theatre) and Bend It Like Beckham (Pheonix Theatre).

His own recent credits include: Snowflake/Tornado Stewart Lee (UK tour), Beyond Therapy (UK tour), Royal Ballet School (Royal Opera House/Opera Holland Park/Linbury Theatre), Original Death Rabbit The Wasp (Jermyn Street Theatre) Jack and the Beanstalk, Aladdin (Harlow Playhouse), The Nutcracker, Peter Pan, Beauty and the Beast (New Theatre Royal Portsmouth).

Robin Nash

Sound Designer

Robin started his theatrical career at the Victoria Palace London as a stage hand moving to lighting shows in the fringe then sound at the Mermaid Theatre for the RSC and to 42nd Street (Drury Lane).

He moved into the world of rock n’ roll working with acts from Genesis to Oasis, as well as numerous corporate events and Who Wants to Be a Millionaire? for CTV as vision engineer. He still works with CTV on Match of the Day and a regular for the BAFTAs for the past 10 years.

Sound designs for Mountview: Our House, Romeo and Juliet and A Clockwork Orange.

LDN Creatives

Voice Coach
Rachel Nicholson

Assistant Lighting Designer
Alex Hannah
Diploma in Theatre Production Arts - Lighting student

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