As a composer and multi-instrumentalist I thrive working in live settings, scoring for 
theatre and installation, collaboration playing a key part in any project. I tend to create

for projects that champion the vulnerable voices in society as well as promoting 

important causes!




  • 'Amal Meets Alice', (Good Chance Theatre). The Story Museum, Oxford

  • 'It's About Time', (UN Women, Battersea Arts Centre), Let's Do London Festival

  • 'Second The Best'. (dir. by Derek Anderson). Live Theatre, Newcastle 

  • 'Kaleidoscope', (Filskit Theatre). Oxford Play House & The Spring 

  • 'Lightning in May', R&D (dir. by Emma Baggott). Mercury Theatre, Colchester 

  • 'Ticker', (dir. by Derek Anderson). The Bunker Theatre, Theatre 503 & Underbelly

  • 'The Artist', (Filskit Theatre). New Theatre Royal Portsmouth & Stratford Circus Arts

  • ‘Float’, a site-specific sound installation, as part of the Totally Thames Festival

  • ‘Their Voices’, (dir. Sylvanna Lautier). The Royal Academy of Art & The Barbican

  •  ‘Le Cri Du Corps’, (Decoupage Collective). Théâtre Darius Milhaud, Paris




  • Royal Albert Hall, London

  • The Lyric Hammersmith, London

  • O2 Academy Islington, London

  • Theatre Alphabetti, Newcastle

  • Summerhall, Edinburgh

  • St Mark's Basilica, Venice

  • Théâtre De Menilmontant, Paris

  • Summerhall, Edinburgh 

★★★★★ 'Beautiful Sound Design' A Younger Theatre for Ticker 2019

"In some productions, music is incidental - here it's almost another character in the plot, bearing more resemblance to the use of music in film. There's an eerie and lost feeling encapsulated in the string music, augmented with repeated loops..., and plucking rather than bowing adds pointed punctuation and urgency."


Actdrop Review for Screaming Body

"The highlight of this performance was the music by which it was interspersed. Composer Holly Khan uses a loop pedal while strumming and playing on her viola to again juxtapose classical and modern art forms. Her music created a melancholic, evocative soundtrack to this tragic myth."


Broadway Baby Review for Screaming Body