News


June 2016: Morphic Graffiti are thrilled to be creating Lucky Stiff at Lilian Baylis Studio, Sadler's Wells. 17-19 June. Click here for details.

February 2016: Congratulations to Rob Compton who is a finalist in the Off West End Awards 2016 for his portrayal of Bat Boy at the Southwark Playhouse. Rob is in the Best Male performance category.

January 2016: Happy New Year to all our website visitors! Hope everyone is looking forward to 2016! Stay tuned for some exciting news from us as Morphic Graffiti prepares for some major theatrical events in the coming months.

April 2015: Vicki Lee Taylor wins the Off West End Award 2015 for Best Supporting Actress for her role as Carrie in Morphic Graffiti's Carousel. The company are in early pre-production for their next major project. Details to come! Join the mailing list to be the first to get update news.

February 2015: Morphic Graffiti's production of Carousel makes the final shortlists in three Off West End Award categories including Best Supporting Female (Vicki Lee Taylor), Best Choreography (Lee Proud) and Best Musical Production.

January 2015: Morphic Graffiti's production of Bat Boy is currently running at Southwark Playhouse until 31st Jan.
"A stunning production" - Time Out: Critics Choice
"Edward Scissorhands meets Rocky Horror" The Guardian
"close-focus punch and ferociously pitched point " Mark Shenton, The Stage

October 2014: Morphic Graffiti's production of Carousel has been nominated for 9 Broadwayworld.com Awards. Vote now!

September 2014: Watch this space for news on the next Morphic Graffiti project. Something a little different is coming…!

24th March 2014: Morphic Graffiti are thrilled to present Carousel at the Arcola Theatre from 18th June

21st January 2014: Theatre Critic Mark Shenton recalls our production of Jekyll and Hyde in his blog in The Stage. Click here for the article

11th January 2014: Announcement of our 2014 production imminent. Read behind the scenes on our blog. Prepare for something rather special!

18th November 2013: Don’t panic! We are busy working behind the scenes on bringing the next Morphic Graffiti project to the stage! It all takes time but we promise updates very soon.

May 10th 2013: The curtains have swung closed for the final time after an epic final performance of The Revenge of Sherlock Holmes! at Hoxton Hall. It’s been an incredible achievement for all concerned. Thank you everyone for all the hard work. Keep checking back for news on the next Morphic Graffiti project.

April 29th 2013: The Revenge of Sherlock Holmes! is nominated for 3 Off West End Awards 2013! We are thrilled. Nods for Stephen Leask as ‘Best Actor’ in the roles of Lestrade/Boffy and Andrea Miller as ‘Best Actress’ for her portrayal of Mrs Hudson. Also nomination for ‘Best Musical Production’.

April 15th 2013: Reviews are in for The Revenge of Sherlock Holmes! are in. Check out the reviews section on the website. Tickets available at www.hoxtonhall.co.uk

April 10th 2013: Opening night! Sherlock Holmes is back in London for the next month! Come see what all the fuss is about and take in the stunning, authentic setting of Hoxton Hall!

March 30th 2013: Rehearsals are well underway for Sherlock Holmes! Our SM Carys has posted a cheeky montage of rehearsal footage to youtube. Check it out! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_ZxjCIS_ttY

12th January 2013: Poster artwork released for The Revenge of Sherlock Holmes! Pre-production is well in hand. Prepare to expect the unexpected!

31st December 2012: Jekyll and Hyde has been listed in The Stage Highlights of 2012. ‘The fringe was the place to see some of the best musicals of the year instead, whether stunning revivals of Adam Guettel’s Floyd Collins (at Southwark Playhouse), and Frank Wildhorn’s Jekyll and Hyde (at the Union)’

17th December 2012: We are thrilled to announce that Morphic Graffiti will present Leslie Bricusse’s The Revenge of Sherlock Holmes! from April 10th 2013. They have been working closely with Bricusse to rework his existing Sherlock musical which will be performed at the stunning Hoxton Hall. “So don your deerstalker, brush up your cockney rhyming slang and grab your magnifying glass and pipe and as we pay a Music Hall homage to the Victorian era’s greatest living detective.

15th September 2012: All may appear quiet but we are busy in the Morphic Graffiti office. Big announcement in a few weeks with an incredible twist! It looks like we are going to be working alongside someone very special indeed!

17th June 2012. Jekyll finished its run last night. Thanks to all involved. Sold out shows, fantastic reviews and a stella cast, band and crew have made this a very special project!

4th June 2012: A living legend came to see Jekyll and Hyde last Friday evening. Oscar winning composer/lyricist Leslie Bricusse came in to see the production and met the cast and creative team afterwards. Definitely one to tell the Grandkids!
21st May 2012: Reviews are in and we are thrilled! Full round up on the blog and in the Jekyll and Hyde review section. Favourite quote from the critics – ‘Don’t just run, murder to get a ticket!)

19th May 2012: Last night was Press Night for Jekyll and Hyde. Nervously waiting for the reviews to come in. Fantastic tweets from Mark Shenton (‘…blazed with new life’) after the curtain came down, so we are off to a good start:

16th May 2012. OPENING NIGHT! How did it come round so fast? Sold out show tonight! First the final technical bits, dress rehearsal and photos! All the work has led up to this point. We love the show. Let’s hope the audiences do too!

12th April 2012: After much anticipation the casting is announced for the forthcoming production of Jekyll and Hyde. West End leading man Tim Rogers will play the title role of Dr Henry Jekyll/Edward Hyde. Star of recent Les Miserables tour, Madalena Alberto will play Lucy Harris and Joanna Strand (Phantom of the Opera, Masterclass) will play Emma Carew. Full cast list available here on the website.

9th March 2012: The Morphic Graffiti blog is launched. www.morphicgraffiti.wordpress.com This is intended to give a little behind the scenes insight into the mountain of work going on behind the scenes!

5th February 2012: Morphic Graffiti is launched as is morphicgraffiti.com. After a year and a half’s planning, Luke and Stewart launch the company with news of their inaugural production. The Bricusse/Wildhorn musical Jekyll and Hyde will open at the renowned Union Theatre in Southwark on May 16th 2012. Tickets on sale via the Union website www.uniontheatre.biz
"Good God Holmes! Look at what's going on here....!"