In 2000 Langston's award winning musical Wallace premiered at the RCS, closely followed by Sheherezade in 2002. Faeries (2004-2009) toured Scotland playing to over 14,000 people and has been produced by Amateur and Professional companies in many different formats. In 2015 The Green Door (with lyrics by Jane Robertson) was premiered at the Ayr Gaiety Theatre.

The green door

The Green Door (2015) Music and book by Stephen Langston, Lyrics and Book by Jane Robertson - music excerpts combinations video

The green door - full show

The Green Door (2015) Music and book by Stephen Langston, Lyrics and Book by Jane Robertson - Full Production

THE GREEN DOOR - Musical Highlights Album recorded at UWS Ayr Studios. Original Cast Recording.


Sheherezade was premiered at the RCS in 2003 and continued its run in a new production at East Kilbride Arts Centre (Directed by Dave Bennet) in 2004. Music by Stephen Langston with lyrics by Johnny McCrum. Full Original Cast Recording.


Wallace was premiered at the RCS in 2000 and tells the true story of William Wallace in his battle to unite Scotland against the English. Music by Stephen Langston with lyrics by Carole Sutherland, Johnny McCrum, Brendan Lafferty. Highlights of Original Act 1 Cast Recording.

Music Wallace, RSAMD, Glasgow

31st March 2000 - The Herald

AT two-and-a-half years in the making, Wallace, presented by Stow College, is, to say the least, an epic to match its more famous movie counterpart. Stephen Langston's score was, in particular, quite splendid, eschewing traditional notions of ''Scottishness'' (not a bagpipe in earshot, hurrah!) in favour of something more akin to a movie soundtrack. Lush string and sensitive brass arrangements created sections that were reminiscent of the work of acclaimed French composer Georges de la Rue.... Overall the production was well played, the cast comfortable on an impressive set designed by Langston and all looking opulent in sumptuous, specially designed costumes by Maggie McMennamin.

Stuart Brand played Wallace with enough pzazz to keep the character on the right side of being believable and displayed a showmanship which shone through. With his magnificent voice he dominated the proceedings and is surely a name we will hear more of in the future.