Created and choreographed by Arthur Pita 
Music by Gabriel Faure, The Violent Femmes, Frank Moon 
Sound design by Frank Moon 
Designs by Simon Daw & Yann Seabra 

"Pita elaborates this story of incest and murder through a seesawing dynamic of flashbacks, comic vignettes and supernatural interventions... But he and his excellent cast also find moments of tender insight, and it’s through this singular and surprising balance of tone that Pita has established himself as one of his generation’s leading storytellers." ★★★★ The Guardian


Roald Dahl's classic story, adapted for stage for Birmingham Repatory Theatre's 2014 Christmas Production, featuring a live band plus an ensemble cast of actor musicians. 

Directed by Teresa Ludovico 
Movement directed by Yann Seabra 
Design by Robert Innis Hopkins 
Lighting by Peter Mumford 
Music composed by Frank Moon and Martin Riley 
Produced by Birmingham Repertory Theatre 

Performances ran from 26th November 2014 til 24th January 2015 at Birmingham Rep, UK

★★★★ “Magic... The music was marvellous” 
Birmingham Post 

★★★★★  “Enchanting and absorbing… a thrilling introduction to theatre for any child....Ethereal music"” 
The Public reviews 

★★★★ "The Whizzpopping Song, with its suitably rasping sound effects, cue trombones, was a source of universal merriment and delight." 
Behind the Arras


I AM 8

Created through Company of Angels' Choreography for Children Award 2015, performed February 2015 at Sadler's Wells and The Place, London.  

Choreography: Sally Marie 
Composer: Frank Moon 
Lighting designer: Lucy Hanson 
Costume designer: 
Dramaturg: Frauke Franz 

"A tiny epic with a soaring music box inspired score" London Dance





A new play by The Wrong Crowd 

Written and directed by Hannah Mulder 
Puppets and design by Rachael Canning 
Music and sound design by Frank Moon 
Lighting design by Clare Donahue 

Performances 2013: Southbank centre, Latitude Festival, Edinburgh Fringe Festival (Underbelly), Soho Theatre, Bristol Old Vic, The Drum Plymouth








Written by Barney Norris
Directed by Alice Hamilton
Music & sound design by Frank Moon
Lighting by Simon Gethin Thomas
Design by Francesca Reidy

Starring Linda Basset, Robin Soans, Simon Muller, Eleanor Wyld

★★★★★ Times, Evening Standard, Stage Talk
★★★★ Guardian, Telegraph, Time Out, Exeunt, Fourth Wall, Islington Gazette

Nominated for Best New Play, Best Director, Best Male Performance for Robin Soans and Best Female Performance for Linda Bassett for the Offies 2014



Commissioned by International Dance Festival Birmingham 2010, this site specific piece featured folk dance groups from India and Russia alongside UK based flamenco, contemporary and African dance groups. 

Choreographer/Director: Arthur Pita 
Composer/Musical Director: Frank Moon 
Costume Designer: Yann Seabra 
Produced by David Massingham for IDFB 

Music performed by 15 piece gypsy mentalists The Destroyers, with Frank Moon as musical director. Frank wrote original music for the show and incorporated some Destroyers set pieces into the mix.