Dom Coyote in We Can Time Travel

Dom Coyote was the sound designer and composer for the 2016 performance of Rona Munro's stage adaptation of Watership Down at the Watermill Theatre.

Dom started out as a member of  the National Youth Theatre, where he formed Hip-Hop group Arkane, releasing two albums, Civility and Handstyles. Dom continued to develop his interest in Hip-Hop at Dartington College of Arts (2003 – 2006), studying links between free-styling and shamanism – improvisation continues to play a major part in Dom’s work.

He is the creator of Songs for the End of the World, which won the Origins award for outstanding achievement at Vault Festival, London, 2016. It went on to tour widely throughout the UK in 2016 and 2017.

Dom composed original scores for Fragment (North Wall/Iron Shoes 2018) While We’re Here, (The Bush, 2017) Quest for Arthur, (National Theatre, 2017) The Borrowers (Sherman Cymru, 2016), The Storyfishers (National Theatre 2016) RISE (Old Vic 2016), Watership Down (The Watermill, 2016),  Kes (Cast Theatre, 2014), Caucasian Chalk Circle (Unicorn Theatre, 2014/15) Night before Christmas (West Yorkshire Playhouse, 2015) and releasing critically acclaimed album Vena Portae, an Anglo/Swedish collaboration between Dom, Emily Barker and Ruben Engzell (published by Domino).

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