PW Productions :


PW Productions is one of the West End’s most prolific and significant theatre producers, responsible for some of the most successful theatre productions in British theatre over the past 30 years.

We specialise in high-quality production, management and bookkeeping/accountancy services for first-class plays and musicals in the West End, on tour throughout the UK and (given enough notice) throughout the World.

We have acted as General Managers, Bookkeepers and Accountants to more than 500 productions in London and throughout the UK.

Our notable productions and co-productions include:

The multi-award-winning J B Priestley’s An Inspector Calls, directed by Stephen Daldry, in the West End at the Novello and Wyndham’s Theatres, and on tour in the UK and internationally; Stephen Mallatratt’s The Woman in Black which plays at The Fortune Theatre in the West End, and tours the UK and the world.

With the National Theatre: the British premiere of Arthur Miller’s Broken Glass, The Wind in the Willows and Oh What a Lovely War! 

With Matthew Bourne: Nutcracker! and Play Without Words UK Tour, Tokyo and Moscow Seasons and US tour.

With the Roundhouse: Michael Clarke, Stomp and the spectacular De La Guarda.

With the RSC: Krapp’s Last Tape starring Edward Petherbridge, Boyband at the Gielgud and co-produced Peter Shaffer’s Amadeus at the Old Vic and on Broadway starring David Suchet and Michael Sheen, Lenny starring Eddie Izzard at the Queen’s, both directed by Sir Peter Hall.

With Mobil Touring Theatre we produced The Philanthropist (1986), followed by Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead (1987), Habeas Corpus (1988), Charley’s Aunt (1992), The Crucifer of Blood (1993), Absurd Person Singular (1994), Noises Off (1995), Dial M for Murder (1996), Forty Years On with Tony Robinson (1997), Tartuffe with Stephen Tompkinson (1998), Sleuth with Peter Bowles (1999),  Les Liasons Dangereuses (2000)  Deathtrap with David Soul (2001) and finally The Sunshine Boys (2001) with Ron Moody.

And independently: Edmund Kean with Ben Kingsley; Rowan Atkinson at the Atkinson on Broadway; Julian Glover’s Beowulf in New York and the UK; Ben Kingsley and Geraldine James in A Betrothal; Miriam Margoyles in Dicken’s Women; Alan Howard in KingsDylan Thomas: Return Journey, directed by Anthony Hopkins and co-produced with Eric Clapton; Edward Fox and Stephanie Beacham in The Father; Bob Hoskins in Old Wicked Songs; The Madness of George Dubya, and Bombshells starring Caroline O’Connor, both at The Arts Theatre; Joe Orton’s What the Butler Saw at the Criterion Theatre; Honour with Diana Rigg at the Wyndham’s Theatre; Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love with David Essex; Sign of the Times starring Stephen Tompkinson; Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens (and at the O2); The Railway Children at Waterloo Station; Broken Glass with Sir Antony Sher and Tara Fitzgerald at the Vaudeville Theatre; Maurice’s Jubilee at The Pleasance; Spot’s Birthday Party; Vault Festival 2014This Is Ceilidh in Edinburgh and London, and Nick Kent’s Nightmares of Carlos Fuentes at the Arcola. 

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