2016
Live concert performance, 70 minutes.  Camden Arts Centre, London (Postscript). Performed by Sarah Leonard (solo sporano) and singers Donna Bateman, Omar Ebrahim, James Hall, Oliver Hunt, Jennifer John, Julien van Mellaerts, Melanie Pappenheim, Peter Harris and Rose Stachniewska with percussionist Julian Warburton. Conductor: Philip Headlam. Composed by Luke Stoneham for a libretto by Rose English.

2009
Flagrant Wisdom
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Site specific promenade performance in four variable parts of between ten and 20 minutes each. National Glass Centre, Sunderland. Curated by Grainne Sweeney for Trading Places. Made in collaboration with National Glass Centre; University of Sunderland; Wearside Glass and Jonathan Graham. Produced by Barry Plews and Hu He, Reckless Moments. Performed by Mo Yu Ting; Zhang Bi Huan; Zhou Yu Ying of Shanghai Acrobatic Troupe, China and glass artists James Maskrey; Kalki Mansel; Ben Walters; Christine Kerrs and Norman Veitch.

2006
Ornamental Happiness
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Performance, approximately 20 minutes. Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art in association with Unity Theatre, commissioned by Liverpool Capital of European Culture. Made in collaboration with composer Luke Stoneham, designer Simon Vincenzi and lighting designer Chahine Yavroyan. Produced by London Artists Projects Ltd. Performed by Rose English, Claire Bessent, Sophia Yadong Hao, Jennifer John, François Testory, James Orrell, Julian Warburton and Lu Dan, Ji Maoling and Ji Qi Mei of the Zhejiang Acrobatic Troupe of China.  

2006
The After-Image of the Act
Site specific archival performance, approximately 60 minutes. The Study Room, Theatre Museum, London. Curated by Rosie Cooper and David Lillington of Wild Gift. Performed by Rose English, with assistance by Sara Santos and Phoebe English.

2003
The Long Time Ago Story
Radio work, 20 minutes. ‘Between the Ears', BBC Radio 3. Made in collaboration with composer David Sawer. Produced by Martin Cotton for Ladbroke Productions. Voice by Efua Quashie and toy piano by Isabel Ettenauer.

2002
An Electric Bouquet 
Performance, approximately 60 minutes. Komedia, Brighton and UK tour. Made in collaboration with High Spin Dance Theatre Company. Performed by Julia Burcham, Rainna Crudge, Becky Hodgson, Irene Mensah, David Mileman, Maria Pengelly, Ben Pierre, Andy Saunders and Dan Shelton and Luke Stoneham. Music composed by Luke Stoneham. Costume design: Holly Murray. Lighting design: Chahine Yavoroyan.

1999
Standing Room Only - an opera of the ordinary  
Site specific performance, approximately 60 minutes. Hoxton Hall, London.  Performed by Rose English, Jean Marc Barsam, Grace Cook, Rita Gee, Nell Jordan Gent, Ian Hill, Frances Knight, Pamela Lawrence, Grace Nyandoro, Theresa Nyandoro, François Testory and the North London Voices. Music composed by Ian Hill. Lighting design: Chahine Yavroyan.

1996
Beauty and Beau: A Requiem for the Horse Who Knows History
Site specific performance (in development since 1996).

1995
Lost in Music
Performance (in development since 1995). Storyboard (2003).

1995
The Nature Table - a pets opera
Site specific performance, approximately 60 minutes. Prema Arts Centre, Uley, Gloucestershire. Performed by Rose English and 16  children from Uley Primary School including singers Abby Cottle, Rachel Lewis, Harry Greenstreet and James Stennett and their pet animals including stick insects, fish, guinea pigs, ferrets, rabbits, chickens, goats, sheep, ducks, cats, dogs and horses. Music composed by Ian Hill. .

1994
An Audience with Rose English
South Bank Centre, London (Now You See It). 
Produced by Cultural Industry. Hosted by Rose English with guests: Paddy Castledine, Colin Curtis, Casey McGlue, Paris Pancrace, Dawn Squires, Bill Thorneycroft, Alastair William and singer Martin Jacques (Tiger Lillies).

1994
Princess - the Bride of the Idea
Site specific performance, approximately 30 minutes. Banff Centre for the Arts, Canada. Curated by Tim Westbury, Walter Philips Gallery. Produced by Nicky Childs/Artsadmin. Performed by Rose English, Ona Mailo and Westview Legacy, a Percheron mare trained by Jennifer Hunder. Horse handler: Tammy Bader. Singer: Greg Carpenter. Musicians: Anita Dusevic, Heather Heron, Laura Schlessinger, Karl Stobbe, Jan Urke and Nicholas Zazovzky. Costumes: Mr Pearl. Equine wigs by Katie Penner. Music composed by Ian Hill.

1994
Tantamount Esperance
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Performance, approximately 90 minutes. The Royal Court, London (Barclay’s New Stages); Contact Theatre, Manchester. Produced by Nicky Childs/Artsadmin. Performed by Rose English, Hélène Patarot, Jan Pearson, Alison Swann, George Yiasoumi. Magicians: Paul Kieve & Fluke. Aerialist: Jeremy Robins. Musicians: Simon Christopher, Enrique Guerra and Ian Hill. Tango choreography and dancing: Christine Denniston. Music composed by Ian Hill. Flying: Jonathan Graham. Illusions: Paul Kieve. Design: Simon Vincenzi. Lighting design: Chahine Yavroyan. 

1993
Venus and Vulcan - an equine nativity
Site specific performance on two consecutive afternoons, approximately 30 minutes each. Serpentine Gallery, London (Heatwave). Performed by Rose English and a Shire horse mare with her foal. Horse handler: Kevin Bell. Musicians: Roland Bates, John Glyn, Ian Hill, George Khan and Adrian Lane. Singer: Eilidh Thompson. Music composed by Ian Hill. Design: Simon Costin and Simon Vincenzi.

1992
Rosita Clavel - a horse opera
Performance (in development from 1992). Created for singer Mike Henry, the Cosmic Voices of Bulgaria Choir, The Ancient Orchestra and seven equestriennes with their horses. Music composed by Ian Hill.
Libretto (1997, published 1998). Commissioned by the Year of Opera and Music Theatre in the East of England.

1992
My Mathematics
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Performance, approximately 90 minutes. Lincoln Center, New York (Serious Fun); Queen Elizabeth Hall and Sadlers Wells, London; Brighton Festival; Sydney Festival; Adelaide Festival and Edinburgh Festival Theatre. Produced by Cultural Industry. Performed by Rose English, and a trained horse (New York: Tzigan, a Fresian colt trained by Anouk Blaska; London, Brighton and Edinburgh: Goldy, a Palomino stallion trained by Joan Rosaire; Sydney and Adelaide: Charley, a Palomino gelding trained by Stafford Bullen). Musician: Ian Hill. Singers: Sorena Borgelova, Mike Henry, Todorka Momsheva, Margareta Philipova and Eilidh Thompson. Music composed by Ian Hill. Lighting design: Dan Kotlowitz.

1991
The Double Wedding
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Performance, approximately 90 minutes. The Royal Court, London (London International Festival of Theatre). Produced by Nicky Childs/Artsadmin. Performed by Rose English, Steven Beard, Nigel Charnock, Giovanni Curati, Matthew Hawkins, Wendy Houstoun, Brian Lipson, Roddy Maude-Roxby, Thom Osborn, Claire Roberts. Aerialists: Lucy Allen and Joanne Robley-Dixon; ice skaters: Paul Askham and Sharon Jones; musicians: Ian Hill, Aleks Kolkowski and Phil Minton. Music composed and arranged by Ian Hill & Aleks Kolkowski. Consultant director Julia Bardsley. Voice coach Trish Baillie. Design: Simon Vincenzi. Lighting design: Rick Fisher.

1988
Walks on Water
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Performance, approximately 150 minutes. Hackney Empire, London. Produced by Nicky Childs/Artsadmin. Performed by Rose English, Teresa Blake, Tony Bluto, Matthew Bowyer, Bertie, Pascal Brennan, Jon Conrad, Jacob Marley, Roy Miles, Hamish McColl, Stuart Rose, Uri Roodner, Craig Sheppard & Victor Wood; the Chou Chou Ballet Company: Charlotte Bovingdon, Harriet Bovingdon, Marrianne Davies, Amy Dunning, Claire Roberts, Sally McEvoy, Carrie and Lauren Lukasiewicz, Zoe Evans, Ishan Pickstock, Marie-Louise Robotham, Lauren Short, Emma Harris and April-Louise Ryder. Musicians: Teresa Blake, Ian Hill and Phil Minton. Design: Simon Vincenzi. Lighting design: Steve Whitson.

1987
Dreams of Drama
Performance, approximately 90 minutes. Pegasus Theatre, Oxford. Made in collaboration with Oxford Youth Theatre. Performed by Corinne Ellis, Lona Fedorowicz, Elaine Kidd, John Lawson, Kate Leech, Conrad Lyser, Shelagh Martin, Lesley Mills, Darren Queralt and Chloe Thomas. Lighting design: Andy Solway.

1987
Moses
Performance, approximately 90 minutes. The Drill Hall, London and the Pegasus Theatre, Oxford. Produced by Luke Dixon. Performed by Rose English, Harriet Dixon and Dorothy Myer-Bennett (on alternate nights) and Sam (Jack Russell terrier). Voice coach: Patsy Rodenburg. Lighting design: Lee Boxhall.

1986
Thee Thy Thou Thine 
Performance, approximately 90 minutes.
ICA and the Bloomsbury Theatre, London; Third Eye Centre, Glasgow; Northampton Arts Centre; Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh; Pegasus Theatre, Oxford; Gulbenkian Theatre, Canterbury (Third Generation: Women Sculptors Today); Third Festival of Experimental Art, Hull and the Midland Group, Nottingham. Produced by Luke Dixon. Performed by Rose English and Richard Wilding. Voice coach: Patsy Rodenburg. Lighting design: Simon Corder.

1985
The Beloved
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Performance, approximately 90 minutes.
The Drill Hall, London; Museum Moderner Kunst, Vienna (Kunst Mit Eigen Sinn); de Lantaren, Rotterdam (Perfo 3); Bush Theatre, London; Midland Group, Nottingham; Theatre Workshop, Edinburgh and Tate Britain, London (Performance Art and Video Installation). Produced by Luke Dixon. Performed by Rose English and (by turns) Alyson Silverman, Wendy Houstoun and Claudia. Lighting design: Dennis Charles. 

1983
Plato’s Chair
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Solo performance, approximately 90 minutes. The Rivoli, Toronto; DB Clarke Auditorium, Université Concordia, Montréal (Powerhouse); Plug-Inn, Winnipeg; Mendel Art Gallery, Saskatoon; Western Front, Vancouver; York University, Toronto; Drill Hall, London;  South Hill Park, Bracknell (International Festival of Performance Art); Midland Group, Nottingham; Zap Club, Brighton and the Laing Art Gallery, Newcastle (Projects UK). Curated by Tim Guest (Canada) and produced by Luke Dixon (UK).

1981
Adventure or Revenge
Solo performance, approximately 60 minutes. Franklin Furnace for LA/London Lab. Curated by Susan Hiller, Suzanne Lacy and Martha Wilson. Presented at Just Above Midtown, New York and Grange Arts and Performance, Toronto (A Space).

1979
Juliet and Juliet – a duet, Romeo and Romeo – a duel
Performance, approximately 60 minutes. X6 Dance Space, London; The Drill Hall, London. Made in collaboration with Jacky Lansley.

1978
Women Dancing
Performance, approximately 60 minutes. Acme Gallery, London (5 Days at Acme). Made in collaboration with Jacky Lansley.

1977
Mounting
Two variable performances on two consecutive evenings, approximately 70 minutes each. Museum of Modern Art, Oxford. Made in collaboration with Jacky Lansley and Sally Potter. Curated by Mark Francis.

1976
Rabies
Five variable performances on five consecutive evenings, approximately 70 minutes each. The Roundhouse, London. Made in collaboration with Jacky Lansley and Sally Potter.

1976
Berlin
Four part site specific performance, six evenings over three consecutive weekends. Presented across London. Made in collaboration with Sally Potter. Part One: The Pre-Conditions (in the house) at 41 Mornington Terrace; Part Two: The Spectacle (on ice) at Sobell Centre Ice Rink; Part Three: Remembering the Spectacle (in the water) at Swiss Cottage Swimming Pool, London; Part Four: The Arguments (at home) at 41 Mornington Terrace. Performed by Rose English, David Gale, Tony Gaçon, Vincent Meehan, Kim Parker, Sally Potter, Siddartha Shivtasani, Stephan Szczelkun and Colin Wood. Musician: Colin Wood. Lighting design: Red Spot.

1975
Death and the Maiden             
Site specific performance, durational over five evenings. Birmingham Festival of Performance Art and Thema Vrouv Festival, Rotterdam. Made in collaboration with Jacky Lansley and Sally Potter. Part One (with Dennis Greenwood) presented at Snow Hill Railway Station (Birmingham Festival of Performance Art); Parts Two, Three, Four and Five at De Lantaren, Rotterdam (Thema Vrouv Festival). Lighting design: Steve Whitson.

1975
Park Cafeteria
Site specific performance, durational over one week. Serpentine Gallery, London. Made in collaboration with Jacky Lansley, Lynn MacRitchie, Sally Potter, Judith Katz and Sylvia Stevens.

1975
Down by the Salley Gardens
Site specific performance. Artists for Democracy, London. Made in collaboration with Jacky Lansley, Sally Potter, Judith Katz, Siddartha Shivtasani and Sylvia Stevens.

1975
Pegasus
Site specific solo performance, durational over one afternoon. Edwinstowe Forest, Nottingham. Curated by Tony Costa.

1975
Quadrille
Site specific performance, approximately 20 minutes. Dressage arena, Southampton Horse Show for the Southampton Festival of Performance Art. Performed by Joanna Bartholomew, Sally Cranfield, Helen Crocker, Maedée Duprès, Jacky Lansley and Judith Katz. 

1974
The Boy Baby ... A Mere Glimpse
Performance, approximately 3 minutes.
Battersea Art Centre, London. Curated by Bill Hutchins. Performed by Joseph Blatchley, Sally Cranfield, Helen Crocker and Maedée Duprès. Singer: Sheila Broun; musician: Sarah Fletcher.

1973
A Divertissement
Performance, approximately 10 minutes. Leeds Polytechnic Fine Art Department. Performed by Joanna Bartholomew, Lesley Howling, Diana Davies (dancer) and Sheila Broun (pianist). Lighting design: Maggie Hendrickes.