List of Work

2006 – Various dates with Imagination/ Leee John as Tour Manager and Sound Engineer

2006 – Then Like my Dreams – Wrote songs for this play which was commissioned by West Ham Football Club and Theatre Royal Stratford East.

2006 – Annual 291 club talent show at Hackney Empire

2005 – The Big Life – Musical Director at Theatre Royal Stratford East

2005 – Tafo – Charity night composed song in collaboration with artist in Ghana supporting one of their local charities.

2005 – Rapping at the Royal – Musical Director for this show broadcast on channel 4 encouraging new young writers to write musicals for Theatre Royal Stratford East.

2005 – Ska Ba Day – Greenwich Theatre Co written with Pat Cumper (Artistic director of Talawa Theatre Company)

2005 – 291 Talent Show – (Hackney Empire, London) Co-producer and Musical Director for this popular sell out theatre revival. (Formerly known as Nights out at the Empire for Channel 4)

2004 – Sleeping Beauty – (Theatre Royal Stratford East) Composer and co-writer for pantomime.

2004 – The Crouches Series 2 – (BBC 1) Composer for full series.

2004 – Bless Be The Tie – (Royal Court, London) Composed songs and music for underscore.

2004 – Blues For Mr Charlie – (Mosley Theatre Ipswich & Tricycle Theatre London Composed songs and music for underscore.

2003 – Pearls In The Tate – (Radio 4) Composed underscore.

2003 – Moon on Rainbow Shawl – (Nottingham Playhouse) Composed original music and musical director. Starring Victor Romeo- Evans and Ram John Holder.

2002-2003 – Jack and The Beanstalk – (Theatre Royal Stratford East) Composer and co-writer for pantomime.

2002 – Nitro Beat Festival – (Purcell Rooms, London) Drum, Bass and Treble Co-wrote and performed this small theatrical piece.

2002 – BabyFather 2 (BBC 2) Composed incidental music for this popular TV series

2002 – Buckingham Palace Exert from Once on this Island for children’s concert

2002 – The Soldier Boy (BBC Radio 4) Composed the music. Directed by Pam Fraser-Solomon starring Frazer James.

2002 – Once On An Island (Hackney Empire) Musical Director and new arrangements for musical.

2002 – Touring with Boney M (world-wide tour) Performing percussion and vocals.

2001 – John Holt and Ken Boothe (tour) with The ROYAL PHILHARMONIC ORCHESTRA. Vocal arrangements and background vocals performing at The Hammersmith Apollo.

2001 & 2000 – Souls (Theatre Centre) Music composed to a story about three brothers that lost their mother, written by Roy Williams, directed by Michael Bufong.

2001 – One Dance Will Do A touring musical written by Delroy and Hope Messiah. This is Delroy’s first written musical production to hit the stage and subsequent tour, to announce the re-opening of The Theatre Royal Stratford East.

2001 & 2000 – Loony Tunes (Southbank) A short piece written by Jonzi D and Delroy first showing at The Royal Festival Hall and The Contact Theatre, Islington.

March/June 2001 – One Love (The Lyric Theatre / The Bristol Old Vic) Working with The Talawa Theatre Company as Musical Director for the show. Performers included, Ruby Turner, Ginnie Holder and Peter Straker.

1998-2001 (annually) – In Celebration of My Sisters (Royal Festival Hall) Musical Director for this celebration. With his band they have produced music for Carroll Thompson, Louisa Mark, Janet Kay, Hill St Soul, Lorna Gee, Jocelyn Brown and Rose Royce.

1989-present – Nights out At The Empire/Friday Night Live (Channel 4) Composed titles and incidental music for TV documentary.

2001 – The Richard Blackwood Show (Channel 4) Musical Direction/band organiser/singing lessons.

2000 – Inner City Jam (Yorkshire Playhouse) Musically directed and newly arranged this music about city life. Directed by Paul Medford (EastEnders) starring Josie Walker.

2000 – TUC Conference (BBC 2) arranged music, players and played the bass for a specially written piece.

1999 – Simple Wrote the music for the film soundtrack which then went on to win a number of awards at film festivals world-wide. The film starred members of The EastEnders cast.

1998 – Positive Mental Attitude (Theatre Centre) Composed music for the play, written by Anthony Gunter and directed by Paul Medford

1998 – Thunderbirds (Motown Records) Co-wrote and produced a single, featuring voices for Lady Penelope, Brains and Parker on a house groove.

1996 – Black Music Awards (LWT) Composed title music, walk on music and arranged tribute to Ella Fitzgerald and Phyllis Hyman which was performed by Beverley Knight.

1996 – Get Up Stand Up (Channel 4) Composed titles and incidental music for TV documentaries.

1996 – The Real McKoy (BBC 2) Music for comedy sketches in series, starring Judith Jacob, Eddie Nestor, and Meera Syal.

1995 – The Three Poets (BBC 2 Education) Composed and arranged music for poems written by Grace Nichols. The aim to accentuate and reproduce the vibe of the poems, without any changes to the flow. As an educational programme, it was broadcast world-wide and used in the National Curriculum.

1994 – The Concrete Garden (Film/Network TV) Wrote and produced the music for National Film Theatre which went on to win various world-wide awards. Directed by Alrick Riley.

1993 – Money Talks (Film/Network TV) wrote and produced music for this award winning production directed by Alrick Riley.

1993 – The Airport (BBC Radio 4) Wrote songs for the series which featured comedians: Felix Dexter, Roger Griffiths and Llewella Gideon.

1990 – Behind The Beat (BBC 2) Youth music programme title music.