Adrienne Quartly

Adrienne Quartly B WSQ

Sound Designer & Composer

Over the last two decades, Adrienne has been working as a sound designer/composer, both nationally and internationally for live performance. She was part of the team behind the Olivier Nominated Production of Cuttin’ It (Young Vic Theatre), best new play nomination at the UK theatre awards for Black Men Walking (Eclipse Theatre), and a nomination for best production at the Manchester Theatre Awards for Rose, starring Dame Janet Suzman (Home, Manchester).

She has worked at many respected venues including the Donmar Warehouse, the RSC, The Young Vic, The Royal Court Theatre, The Abbey Theatre, Dublin, The National Theatre of Scotland, Schaubühne, Berlin, The Barbican and Theatre Royal, Haymarket, as well as venues and festivals in Europe, USA and China. She is a long term collaborator with Told by an Idiot and Improbable.

Adrienne was previously a radio producer, and recently remixed her sound design for A Tale of Two Cities in collaboration with Oscar winning composer Rachel Portman for the album Incidental; Music for the stage. She also features on Artists Rifles by Piano Magic. She won Audible’s Audiodrama competition with Hannah Price, and worked on Mansfield Park. Film credits include 7 Deadly Idiots and Lost Tango.