Julian Starr

UK credits include: ZOG (West End, UK tour); Never Not Once, Cry Havoc, Martha, Josie and the Chinese Elvis (Park Theatre); You Only Live Forever (Soho Theatre); Sleepwalking (Hampstead Theatre); How To Survive an Apocalypse, Scrounger (Offie Nominated for Best Sound Design) and The Wind of Heaven (Finborough Theatre); The Dwarfs (White Bear Theatre – Offie Nominated for Best Sound Design); Aisha (Tristan Bates Theatre – Offie Nominated Best Sound Design). 

Australian credits include: Return to the Dirt (Queensland Theatre Company); Elektra/Orestes (Brisbane Metro Arts – Blue Curtains Award for Best Sound Design); Miss Peony (Belvois Street Theatre); Hyperdream (Sydney Theatre Award for Best Sound Design). 

Site–specific production credits include: The Comedy of Errors, Pericles (17th Century Valtice Castle, Czech Republic); The Kings Head Theatre’s 50th Birthday Celebrations; The Third (V&A Museum, London). 

Media and TV credits include: Fizzy Sherbet Podcast; White Tuesday (The Sarah Awards New York City Best Audio Fiction); Music editor for Bluey (BBC/ABC/Disney).

Julian is the Associate Sound Designer at the Finborough Theatre. He worked as a Touring Sound Engineer for An Inspector Calls (UK/Ireland tour) and as a Sound Engineer for Songs For Nobodies (West End); The Tap Pack (West Wend) and Richard III (Sydney Opera House).