Theatre credits include Lazarus written by David Bowie and Enda Walsh and directed by Ivo van Hove; The Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy at Kings Cross Theatre directed by Phyllida Lloyd; the award-winning production of The Railway Children at The Kings Cross Theatre, Waterloo Station and the Roundhouse Park in Toronto; Guys and Dolls (Savoy Theatre, Phoenix Theatre and UK tour); Stephen Daldry’s award-winning production of J B Priestley’s An Inspector Calls (Novello Theatre, Wyndham’s Theatre, UK tours); Dinosaur Zoo (The Kings Cross Theatre, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Phoenix Theatre, UK tours); Angelina Ballerina (the Sydney Opera House, Australian tour, UK tours); Guys and Dolls (Chichester Festival Theatre).
In 2014 BOS built The Kings Cross Theatre, consisting of three separate purpose-built theatre spaces with a combined capacity of over 2500 seats. The Theatre ran for over 2 years housing shows such as the Olivier award winning production of The Railway Children and the Tony and Olivier award winning production of Lin Manuel Miranda’s In The Heights. In 2017 the theatre won the stage award for Theatre Building of the Year.
In 2012 BOS general managed Rupert Goold’s £2 million production of The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe in Kensington Gardens in a bespoke, 1,500-seat purpose-built tent.
Film credits include the feature film Night of the Lotus starring Adelaide Clemens, Saffron Burrows and Kim Bodnia and the award winning short All That Way For Love.