Dominic is a pianist, performer and composer who has introduced countless people of all ages to the worlds of music and theatre. The Telegraph says his audiences get so involved and excited that the songs are ‘viscerally experienced rather than passively consumed.’ Putting things more simply, The Times just says he ‘deserves a medal.’



Terenia Edwards graduated from Royal Central in 2015 and swiftly made ‘an impressive debut’ (The Guardian) in Alan Ayckbourn’s Hero’s Welcome. Since then she has brought her ‘gutsy resilience’ to theatre, film and television, including Peter Rabbit (Sony Animation), The Moonstone (BBC One) and Endeavour (ITV). She also founded and now runs the women’s theatre group Bernhardt.


Adrian works on a brain-fizzing mishmash of plays, books, films and reports about everything from green steel to trees growing out of people’s ears. He's written operas with Ai Weiwei and Arnoud Noordegraaf, advised governments from Korea to Canada, illustrated business bestsellers, picked up multiple awards, and been described by The Wire as ‘full of striking invention.' I Piano is his first family show.

Special thanks to Rachel Warr for artistic support in the development of the work.

Music direction and original compositions: Dominic Harlan

Costumes: Robin Lill

Costumes support: Bethan Gudgin

Making support: Kirsty Harris, Negar Behzadi

For information about touring, workshops or anything else, please contact Adrian Hornsby.