Composer Jonny Pilcher 

A sonic artist with a wealth of experience in numerous professional capacities.  In 2008, in addition to his score for 'Mugabe and the White African', Jonny also composed music for a three-part documentary on science and religion.  He wrote music for a number of television broadcast 'idents', among them; BBC 1, BBC 2, Sky Sports, GMTV and Nickelodeon - and provided music for Sara Crow's arts council funded dance theatre production 'In the Days that Followed'.   Jonny co-composed music for Darren Johnston's dance piece 'outre' which enjoyed a critically acclaimed run at the aurora nova  venue at the Edinburgh festival and enjoyed additional sell out performances at Royal Festival Hall.  He composed the score for 'The Smallest Things', a dance-film and live work, also  by choreographer Sara Crow, performed at numerous venues across London and Eastern England, the film element of the work was shown at numerous film festivals including a run at Edinburgh.  In addition Jonny composed the score for a short film by Jamie Paul Quantrill called 'Valerian' which was premiered at the Curzon cinema in Mayfair and screened at numerous film festivals.  Outside of his contributions to film and theatre Jonny plays for his band 'Weevil' (signed to Wichita Recordings/V2).  Weevil recently supported on tour with Athlete & Snow Patrol.