Zabarjad Salam

Theatre includes Hangmen (Royal Court/West End transfer); Dinner With Saddam (Menier Chocolate Factory); Photograph 51 (MGC); The Mentalists (OVP); Bend It Like Beckham (Sonia Friedman Productions); Harvey (Birmingham Rep/Theatre Royal Haymarket); My Night With Reg, Splendour (Donmar Warehouse); Khandaan (Birmingham Rep/Royal Court); Speed the Plow, Hayfever, Saturday Night Fever, Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf (Theatre Royal Bath); Future Conditional, Other Desert Cities (Old Vic); We Are Proud to Present (Bush); McQueen, Urinetown (Julian Stoneham Associates); Once a Catholic (Tricycle); Fireworks, Liberian Girl, The Djinns of Eidgah, Death Tax, NSFW (Royal Court); The Island, Sizwe Bansi is Dead (Young Vic); The Commitments, Let It Be (West End); Roaring Girl, The Empress, Julius Caesar, The Winter’s Tale, Matilda, Much Ado About Nothing (RSC); Goodnight Mr Tom (Chichester Festival); Behind the Beautiful Forevers, The Veil, 13, The Comedy of Errors, The Animals and Children Took to the Streets, Travelling Light, Collaborators, The Last of the Hausmans, Timon of Athens, This House (National Theatre); The Emperor Self (Arcola); Zaide (Sadler’s Wells/UK tour). Television includes Indian Summers (Channel 4), Cucumber/Banana (Channel 4), Cilla (ITV), Being Eileen and Blandings, both for the BBC.  Film includes Tulip Fever (Ruby Films/Weinstein Company) The Jungle Book (Warner Bros), Lies We Tell (Bradford International Films Association).