Paul Morrissey Ltd, Christopher Wheeler and Molly Morris in association with Glynis Henderson Productions, Dawn Smalberg, Bev Ragovoy and Park Theatre present

When Darkness Falls

By James Milton & Paul Morrissey

Paul Morrissey I Producer
Justin Williams | Set Designer
Tom Marshall | Sound Designer
John Bulleid Magic and Illusion Designer

Paul Morrissey

In 2004, Paul Morrissey and producing partner James Milton were awarded The Stage One Bursary for New Producers. Together, they produced a number of UK and International theatre productions including Cats, Chess the Musical, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat and The West End Men, which toured China, Europe and the UK before playing a six-week season at the Vaudeville Theatre, London.  As a solo producer, Paul’s shows have included Saturday Night Fever, South Pacific, Les Misérables in Concert, The Phantom of the Opera in Concert and the European premiere of the Broadway musical Brooklyn.  WHEN DARKNESS FALLS is James Milton’s first full-length play.  Paul Morrissey’s other writing includes the play Bingo! and the new musical Toys.


John Bullied

The show's illusions will be designed by John Bulleid, an Associate of the Inner Magic Circle with Silver Star, whose other theatre credits include Harry Potter and The Cursed Child (Palace Theatre, London - current Magic & Illusion assistant), The Ocean At The End Of The Lane (The National Theatre - Associate to Jamie Harrison) and The Prince of Egypt (Dominion Theatre, London - Associate to Chris Fisher).


Justin Williams

Justin is a graduate of Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts and has been nominated for seven Off West End Awards for Best Set Designer*, was a shortlisted finalist for Best Set Design in the OFFIES 2020 and has trained with Punchdrunk at Follow Cross.

Justin’s recent work includes: Who Cares (Waterloo Vaults), Ben Hur (Barn Theatre), Soho Cinders (Charing Cross Theatre), Whistle Down the Wind (*)(Union Theatre), Brooklyn the Musical (*)(UK & European Premiere, Greenwich Theatre), Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (Union Theatre), Seussical – The Musical (Southwark Playhouse), Section 2 (Bunker Theatre), The Giant Killers (UK Tour), Fiver The Musical (Southwark Playhouse), One Giant Leap (Brockley Jack Studios), Can-Can (Union Theatre), Daisy Pulls it Off (Shoreditch Town Hall), Half Me, Half You (Tristan Bates), Heartbreak House (Union Theatre); Can-Can (Union Theatre); Othello (*)(Union Theatre), Metropolis (Ye Olde Rose and Crown); Carmen (Union Theatre); King Arthur/The Wizard of Oz (The Scoop, Southbank, London Bridge), Locked Up (Tristan Bates), The Cherry Orchard (Union Theatre); 35MM Musical (The Other Palace); Parade (London Theatre Workshop); Imagine This (Union Theatre); All Or Nothing (Waterloo Vaults Installation); The Hired Man (Union Theatre), Twang! The Musical (Union Theatre), ‘Every Wild Beast’ (Edinburgh Fringe Festival), From Dust (Edinburgh Fringe Festival); Through the Mill (Southwark Playhouse); Kicked in the Sh*tter (Hope Theatre); Tribe (London Theatre Workshop); Confessional (Southwark Playhouse); Glockenspiel (Tristan Bates Theatre), It’s Only Life (Aria Entertainment); Freddy, Ted and the Death of Joe Orton(*)(London Theatre Workshop), Apartment 40C (The Other Palace) and scenic artist on The Roof (National Theatre).


Tom Marshall

Sound Design credits include: My Beautiful Laundrette (UK Tour), The Colour Purple (Curve & Birmingham Hippodrome), The Boy In The Dress (RSC), Curtains (UK Tour), Grease (UK Tour), Amelie (UK Tour), White Christmas (Curve), Moll Flanders (Mercury Theatre), Oklahoma! (Grange Park Opera), An Officer and A Gentleman (UK Tour), The Jungle Book (UK tour), Sunset Boulevard (UK Tour), Project Polunin (Sadlers Wells & London Coliseum), Crazy for You (UK Tour), Nativity! (UK Tour), Flashdance (UK tour), A Little Night Music (Watermill Theatre), Working (Southwark Playhouse), Newsies, Curtains, The Life, Legally Blonde (Arts Educational School), Brass (Hackney Empire), Bugsy Malone (Curve), Crazy for You (Watermill Theatre), Oliver! (Grange Park Opera) Legally Blonde (Curve), Tell Me on a Sunday (UK Tour), The Silver Sword (UK Tour), Sweet Charity (Curve), Oliver! (Watermill Theatre), Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (UK Tour), Women On the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown (Playhouse Theatre),The Hired Man (St. James Theatre), West Side Story (Victoria Warehouse, Manchester), My Favourite Year (Bridewell Theatre), The Tailor Made Man (Arts Theatre),  Pushing up Poppies (Theatre 503).  

Tom has acted as an Associate Sound Designer on over thirty shows in the UK and Europe, including The Bodyguard, Gypsy & Warhorse to name a few. Prior to this he worked as No.1 (Head of Sound), opening and mixing numerous large West End shows over the past two decades. 

As a freelance mix engineer Tom has had the privilege of working on countless events, such as the 2012 Olympic stadium athletics and touring with many artists including; The Coral, The Bees, The Lightning Seeds, Elaine Paige, Lewis Taylor, Martina-Topley-Bird and PJ Harvey.