DAVID SHIELDS

Some of David’s production credits include:

Song & Dance and Carmen Jones (European tours directed by Anthony Van Laast), Oh! What a Night (Blackpool Opera House), A Christmas Carol (Nottingham Theatre Royal), Jim Davidson’s Dick Whittington (Bristol Hippodrome), Chess 10th anniversary production (UK Tour), The Sunny Side of The Street (Jermyn Street Theatre London), Bash, One Flew Over The Cuckoo’s Nest, Rent, Bare, Steel Pier, The Lamp Lighters, Sandel, Sleeping with straight men, A Hard rain, Sleeping Arrangements, You should be so Lucky, The Sum Of Us (London).

Scandinavian Arena productions of Jesus Christ Superstar, Hair, Fame, Grease ,Chess 10th and 20th anniversary productions plus Saturday Night Fever (directed by Arlene Phillips), Mannen fra La Mancha (Det Norske Teatret Oslo), Mapp and Lucia (London), Naked Flame – Fire down under (UK tours), The Hobbit (Queens Theatre London and UK tours), Saturday Night Fever (UK and Spanish tours, London, Johannesburg and Madrid, directed by Arlene Phillips), The Busy Body, (Southwark Playhouse), Little shop Of Horrors, Sister Act and Legally Blonde (Aberystwyth), and Strictly Come Dancing - The Professionals tour (UK tour).

Ice Age Live: A Mammoth Adventure (Arena World Tour), Thirteen World Touring arena productions for Holiday on Ice, and Robin Cousins’ ‘ICE’ UK tour.

She Loves Me and The Clockmaker’s Daughter (Landor Theatre), Miracle on 34th St (UK Tour), The Snow Gorilla (Rose Theatre Kingston), Altar Boyz (Greenwich),The Pet Shop Boy’s Closer to Heaven and The Beautiful Game (Union Theatre).

Fanny and Stella, Torsten the Beautiful Libertine, Haram Iran and The Sins Of Jack Saul (Above the Stag Theatre).

Ant and Dec’s Takeaway on Tour UK Arena production.

More recently over 280 costumes for the VW Winter event ice skating shows in Wolfsburg, Germany.

End of the Rainbow (UK Tour 2016) and Little Shop Of Horrors (UK Tour).
Ice Age Live on Ice (Canadian and US arena tour), The Last Five Years (Associate designer - St James Theatre), Dick Whittington and John Cleese’s adaptation of Feydeau’s Bang Bang (Mercury Theatre Colchester).