Jon Brittain

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Director Luke Sheppard

Adaptation of David Walliams' much loved childrens book for stage. Lyrics written with Miranda Cooper. Music by Miranda Cooper and Nick Coler. Won UK Theatre Award for Best Production for Children & Families 2019. 

Nuffield Southampton
Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement at an Affiliate Theatre 2017
Producer Hartshorn Hook
Director Donnacadh O’Briain
  • Alice McCarthy
  • Anna Martine
  • Jessica Clark
  • Ed Eales White

    Full length play about gender identity and relationships.

    Theatre 503 / 59E59 / Trafalgar Studios / The Arts Theatre / Skylight Theatre, LA
    Director Alex Mitchell
  • Madeleine MacMahon
  • Sophie Clay
  • Ed Yelland

    Sally is a happy person, but she’s also got an illness – one that makes her feel like she isn’t the person she wants to be.

    Songs written with Matthew Floyd Jones

    New Diorama Theatre/Pleasance Courtyard


    A one man play about bulimia.

    Theatre 503
  • Nick Kay
    A bittersweet story of loss told from the perspective of the family dog
    Latitude Festival
    Director Jon Brittain & Ant Cule
  • Sam Donnelly
  • Paul Joseph
  • Fiona Skinner
  • Claire Timmins
    Short play presented as part of Shhhh.... by the 503Five
    Theatre 503
    Producer Lucy Jackson
    Director Natasha Nixon
  • Samuel Donnelly
  • Helen Duff
  • Michael Lyle

    Comedy about the world of internet dating

    Pleasance Theatre, Edinburgh Festival
    Producer Tara Wilkinson
    Director Nathalie Ibu
  • Nicholas Lawson
  • Joshua McCord
  • Helen Millar
  • Amy Morgan
    Comedy play in reaction to the Old Vic's A Flea in His Ear
    Old Vic, Time Warner Ignition
    Producer Lucy Jackson
    Director Jonathan Brittain & Ant Cule
  • Jack Swain
  • Alice White

    Comedy following a relationship played out on Facebook

    Upstairs at Three and Ten, Brighton Fringe Festival
    Play for teenagers
    The Wake
    Judges Award For Comedy - National Student Drama Festival
    Director Ant Cule
  • Ashley Booth
    One man play about family secrets spilling out at a wake
    NSDF, Bedlam Theatre, Edinburgh. New Diorama, London.

    Writer & Director 

    Written with Ash Palmisciano. A true story of masculinity and lad culture told from the perspective of a trans man trying to find his place in the world.

  • Matthew Tedford
    A satirical drag musical that tells the story of Maggie's adventures in Soho, where a wrong-turn leads to her becoming an overnight cabaret star
    Theatre 503, Edinburgh Fringe Festival
    Producer James Seabright

    Comedy about love, Star Trek, and learning to accept who you are

    Gilded Balloon - EdFringe
    Producer Off the Kerb Productions

    Comedy theatre show


    Baby Reindeer
    Olivier Award winner 2020 - Outstanding Achievement in Affiliate Theatre
    Producer Francesca Moody
    Writer Richard Gadd
  • Richard Gadd

    When Edinburgh Comedy Award Winner Richard Gadd offers a free cup of tea to a stranger, what appears to be a trivial interaction has ramifications far wider than he could ever have imagined.

    Summerhall, Edinburgh
    John Kearns: Shtick
    Foster's Comedy Award 2014
    Writer John Kearns
    Edinburgh Fringe 2014, Soho Theatre
    John Kearns: Sight Gags for Perverts
    Foster's Edinburgh Comedy Award Best Newcomer 2013
    Writer John Kearns
    Soho Theatre

    Associate Director 

    Director Hanna Berrigan
    Edinburgh Fringe 2014
    Director David Grindley

    The world's first show based on coming-out stories

    Edinburgh Fringe 2014, St James Theatre



    A bittersweet comedy about a funeral celebrant. Written with Adam Brace.

    Big Talk
    In Development

    Written with Richard Marsh

    In Development
    Left Bank Pictures for Netflix
    Staff Writer
    Producer Rachelle Constant

    In development at BBC3.

    BBC 3
  • Kwesi Boakye
  • Rupert Degas
  • Kyla Rae Kowalewski
  • Dan Russell
    Children's animated show about a family of blue cats and pink rabbits
    Turner for Cartoon Network



    Director David Hunter

    An adaptation of the Olivier Award winning stage play.

    Broadcaster Radio 3

    Broadcaster BBC Radio 4