Helen’s sound designs include The Children, Theatre Royal Bury St Edmonds. Dick Whittington (Cbebbies Panto). Nightlight Lullaby Installation, Crawley Museum; All My Sons, Queens Hornchurch; Re-collect 250 Norfolk Norwich Festival; Mark Thomas Keywords Podcast; Mark Thomas Lockdown Check UP; Medicine by Enda Walsh, Galway Arts Festival; Hansel and Gretel (CBeebies Pantomime); MAM (Teac Damsa : Michael Keegan Dolan); The Nico Project (Manchester International Festival); Norfolk and Norwich Festival Launch 2019 (Chris Bulzini - Wirewalk); Grief is the Thing with Feathers (Complicité : Wayward); Donnacha Dennehy and Enda Walsh’s The Second Violinist and The Last Hotel (Landmark Productions and Irish National Opera); Salomé (RSC Swan); Arlington and Ballyturk (Landmark Productions and Galway International Arts Festival); The Suicide (Lyttelton, National Theatre); The Village (Theatre Royal Stratford East); Much Ado about Nothing (Queens Theatre, Hornchurch); You for Me for You (Royal Court Upstairs); The Matchbox (Galway International Arts Festival); The Edge, 1001 Nights, As You Like It and Elegy (Transport); The Summerbook, ‘Twas the Night before Christmas and 1001 Nights (Unicorn Theatre); Deep Blue Sea, All My Sons and Of Mice and Men (Watermill Theatre); NHS@70, Cuckooed and Bravo Figaro! (Mark Thomas at the Traverse); and Macbeth (Cheek by Jowl); A Great Night Out, Wolfschild & Once Upon a Castle (Wildworks); Peppa Pigs Surprise & Octonauts and the Deep Sea Volcano Adventure (Firey Light).
Helen was awarded Best Sound Design at the 2014 Irish Times Irish Theatre Awards for Ballyturk.