Laurence Owen is a composer, songwriter, sound designer and performer. His stage work includes composing and musical direction of Cat & Mouse (Village Underground), arrangement of songs by Richard Thomas (Jerry Springer: The Opera) for My Left Right Foot (National Theatre of Scotland), and sound design for 1927's Golem (Young Vic, Trafalgar Studios), for which he was nominated for a ProSound Award.
Laurence has co-written and performed five original Fringe musicals: Lullabies Of Pervland (2014), the Malcolm Hardee Award-winning Cinemusical (2015), Cinemusical High (2016), The Time Machine (2017), and Jekyll vs Hyde (2019), winner of the Wilton's Music Hall Fringe Foundations Award. He is also the co-creator of the mystery fiction podcast series, Mockery Manor, which counts Stephen Fry among its listeners.
As a media composer, his clients include the BBC, Toyota, O2, Stella Artois, Embraer, Sipsmith, ARTE, The Beano, Historic Royal Palaces and the V&A Museum. His film credits include the Sundance Film Festival-selected White Morning, which earned him two award nominations at SoundTrack Cologne Festival.