Jonathan Mantle

           Take Two                                      Take Two                          The Bridge and the Clam                 Imagine Pembroke 

Take Two the story of a 'routine' foreign journalistic assignment that goes horribly wrong, premiered at Upstairs at the Gatehouse in London in 2005 and reached the last rounds of the Verity Bargate Award. The play written and produced with Emmeline Winterbotham was reviewed as ‘A clever idea… a witty yet poignant piece of work.’ The Stage.  

The Bridge and the Clam the story of two friends and business partners who experience the breakdown of civilisation in an environment of care, premiered at the Britannia Theatre pub in London and won a place in the 2012 LOST Theatre Company One Act Festival production in London. 

He Thinks in Colours, She Thinks in Numbers the story of a man and a woman's journey through the phenomenon of synaesthesia is in rehearsed readings in London. 

Imagine Pembroke is a libretto for a composition in progress with award-winning choral composer Dominic de Grande, creating an alternative take on the 670-year story of Pembroke College, Cambridge. To hear Dominic and Jonathan's Has Anybody Seen My Roy? sung by soprano Rosie Lomas, go to