Formed in 2008 by producer Jamie Hendry, we are one of the UK’s leading independent theatre and live entertainment producers and have produced over thirty major productions, grossing over £85 Million around the world.
Based in the heart of the West End, we lead and manage the creative development and commercial presentation of live entertainment in London, New York and on tour in the UK and internationally. We love what we do!
2017 sees the West End premiere of our new musical The Wind in the Willows which opens at the London Palladium in June. The new musical is adapted for the stage by Academy Award-winner Julian Fellowes and Olivier Award winners George Stiles and Anthony Drewe. Our production is directed by Rachael Kavanaugh and received its world premiere in 2016 at Plymouth Theatre Royal starring Rufus Hound as the thrill-seeking lovable menace Mr Toad.
Our magic and illusion spectacular Impossible is currently on world tour following two seasons in the West End. It recently played to sold out houses in Dubai breaking box office records and will open in Singapore in March.
We are also the executive producers and managers of Nicholas Lloyd Webber & Jamie Reid’s new musical The Little Prince which opened earlier this year in Canada.
Our recent productions include collaborating with Chichester Festival Theatre to produce Tim Firth’s hilarious comedy Neville’s Island which opened in the West End starring Adrian Edmondson, Miles Jupp, Neil Morrissey & Robert Webb and Since 2012 we have produced the phenomenally successful Let It Be, celebrating the music of The Beatles in the West End and around the world.
We won the Best New Musical Olivier Award for our production of Legally Blonde the Musical starring Sheridan Smith & Duncan James which opened in the West End in 2009 and the Best Musical Revival Olivier Award for our production of La Cage aux Folles starring Douglas Hodge, Graham Norton and John Barrowman which opened in the West End in 2008 before transferring to Broadway.
We have also produced Harold Pinter’s No Man’s Land, directed by Rupert Goold and starring Sir Michael Gambon, David Bradley and David Walliams, the World Premiere of George Stiles & Anthony Drewe’s Soho Cinders, the Chichester Festival Theatre production of Onassis starring Robert Lindsay, the World Premiere of Sebastian Faulks’ Birdsong starring Ben Barnes, David Eldridge’s Under the Blue Sky starring Chris O’Dowd and Catherine Tate and Polly Stenham’s That Face starring Lindsay Duncan and Matt Smith.
We also provide production management to companies including Old Vic Productions, The Young Vic, The Royal Court, Royal Albert Hall and Random House.
Find out more about our team here!