Michael John McCarthy is a Cork-born, Glasgow-based musician, sound designer & composer for stage & screen.
He has worked on over 80 theatrical productions, including nine Scotsman Edinburgh Fringe First award winners. Work for screen includes the documentaries Where You're Meant To Be and Pitching Up
He is the creator & composer of The Dream Frequencies, an audio theatre piece produced by the Traverse Theatre. He is also the lead artist on Turntable, a participatory arts & storytelling project, produced by Red Bridge.
He has toured internationally with Zoey Van Goey, Lord Cut-Glass and Aidan Moffat, and has played on albums by Emma Pollock, Alasdair Roberts, RM Hubbert, Trembling Bells & Bonnie Prince Billy, and Niall Connolly amongst others. His most recent album release is Sámh, currently available on Bandcamp. His new band Album Club are due to release their debut LP on Last Night From Glasgow in 2022.
Stage Work Sampler (2014 - 2020)
To find out more about Michael John's theatre work, you can read his April 2021 interview in The Stage
Michael John is represented by Davina Shah at TEAM: firstname.lastname@example.org