Seabright Live is led by James Seabright, who has been an independent theatre producer and general manager since 2001. The team behind the company, based in central London, is:

Name Position
James Seabright Producer
Jack Robertson Associate Producer
Luke Gledsdale Head of Production
Kate Farrell Marketing Director
Andrei Cotocu Assistant Producer
Mark Ludmon Social Media Manager
Alan Mackintosh Bookkeeper


SD-1314---WINNER-Button-GENERAL-USEJames Seabright has produced and/or general managed over 250 shows since 2001, with an emphasis on touring shows around the UK and internationally, as well as productions in various venues both on and off West End in London. He has been profiled by both The Independent on Sunday and The Stage, and was a recipient of the Stage One New Producer Bursary in 2002. James has been a guest speaker at RADA, City Lit, Goldsmiths, at the Masterclass series, NFTS and Theatrecraft. James was commissioned by Nick Hern Books to write So You Want To Be A Theatre Producer, which was published in May 2010 and in an updated edition in 2016 – you can buy it from Amazon via this link. He is chair of the King’s Head Theatre, chair of the League of Independent Producers, a member of the Society of London Theatre, and an associate of Wilton’s Music Hall.

Between 2003 and 2014, James presented a large number of productions at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe under the Festival Highlights banner, winning a wide range of awards, including five Scotsman Fringe Firsts for productions directed by Hannah Eidinow.

Production highlights (click here to jump to latest work)

A Tale Of Two Cities in Edinburgh, London, Paris and Cambridge

Swimming In The Shallows by Adam Bock at Pleasance, Edinburgh
Ophaboom’s Robin Hood on tour in the UK and at Riverside Studios
Told You So: A Musical Hijacking Of Aesop’s Fables at Courtyard Theatre, London

First Festival Highlights season at Edinburgh fringe, co-produced with Martin Sutherland (7 shows)
including The Typographer’s Dream by Adam Bock at Pleasance, Edinburgh and Menier, London

The Wicker Woman and Star Struck double bill at Jermyn Street Theatre
Ophaboom’s Burke & Hare, UK tour and London showcase at Drill Hall
Nine Days Crazy by Chris Goode, Edinburgh premiere & Drill Hall London season
Second Festival Highlights season at Edinburgh fringe (16 shows)
Gone by Glyn Cannon, transfer from Pleasance, Edinburgh to New Ambassadors, West End
The Elephant Woman, transfer from Pleasance, Edinburgh to New Ambassadors, West End
David Benson’s Haunted Stage, UK tour

The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho, UK tour & London – co-produced with Cornish Theatre Collective
David Benson’s Conspiracy Cabaret – Arts Council funded development at Hat Factory & UK tour
Third Festival Highlights season at Edinburgh fringe (16 shows)
Bill Hicks: Slight Return, UK tour and extended season at Soho Theatre
Barb Jungr – Love Me Tender, UK tour co-produced with New Greenham Arts
Linda Marlowe – Mortal Ladies Possessed, UK tour following Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh premiere
Professor Bumm’s Story Machine, UK tour with The Black Sheep followed by Trafalgar Studios
Graffiti Classics, UK tour

Pete and Dud: Come Again, West End premiere at The Venue, followed by tour to New Zealand
Barb Jungr at Adelaide Cabaret Festival
Fourth Festival Highlights season at Edinburgh fringe (15 shows)
Bill Hicks: Slight Return, UK tour and London seasons at The Venue and The Bloomsbury
How To Build A Time Machine, UK tour of Greg McLaren’s solo show
Potted Potter: The Unauthorised Harry Experience – A Parody by Dan & Jeff – Pleasance London
David Benson’s Christmas Party, premiere season at Salisbury Playhouse

Lizzie Roper in Peccadillo Circus, London season at Trafalgar Studios
What I Heard About Iraq, UK tour and London season at Arts Theatre
Potted Potter, UK tour culminating in London season at Trafalgar Studios (revived there in 2008)
Rebus McTaggart, UK tour
Barb Jungr Sings Bob Dylan, tour and Almeida Theatre, London / Queens Hall, Edinburgh
Fifth Festival Highlights season at Edinburgh fringe (18 shows)
The Lady Of Burma by Richard Shannon, Riverside Studios season co-produced with Louise Chantal

The Last South by G.M. Calhoun, UK tour starring David Burt and Christian Olliver
The Lady Of Burma by Richard Shannon, UK tour co-produced with Louise Chantal
Moths Ate My Doctor Who Scarf, UK tour of Toby Hadoke’s solo comedy & Arts Theatre, London
Bill Hicks: Slight Return, Australian tour to Adelaide fringe and Melbourne Comedy Festival
Ed Hamell – The Terrorism of Everyday Life, London season at Soho Theatre and UK tour
X-Files Improv with Dean Haglund, UK tour and revival at Edinburgh fringe
The Quiz by Richard Crane, with David Bradley, co-pro with New Vic & Jordan Prods, tour & London
Graffiti Classics, UK tour of new show directed by Chris George
Sixth Festival Highlights season at Edinburgh fringe (22 shows)
David Benson Sings Noël Coward, UK tour
My Grandfather’s Great War, UK tour
Potted Pirates, UK tour

Showstopper! The Improvised Musical, London and Edinburgh fringe
The World’s Wife
by Carol Ann Duffy, performed by Linda Marlowe, UK tour & Assembly Rooms
Jan Ravens – A Funny Look At Impressions, UK tour & Lyric Theatre, Shaftesbury Avenue
Potted Potter, World tour including Adelaide, Melbourne, Auckland, Edinburgh and a third West End season at Trafalgar Studios
The Three Musketeers, UK tour with Faultless & Torrance
Doctor Whom? My Search For Samuel Johnson, by David Benson, UK tour & Assembly Rooms
Ordinary Dreams, or How To Survive A Meltdown With Flair, by Marcus Markou, Trafalgar Studios
Dirty White Boy – Tales Of Soho by Clayton Littlewood, Trafalgar Studios
Seventh Festival Highlights season at Edinburgh fringe (18 shows)
The Terror Season, Southwark Playhouse, including premieres by Neil LaBute and Mark Ravenhill

Barbershopera – The Barber Of Shavingham, 5-week London premiere season at Trafalgar Studios (5 Jan – 6 Feb), followed by UK tour from May
The World’s Wife, 4-week London premiere season at Trafalgar Studios (11 Jan – 6 Feb), followed by UK tour from February
Jihad! The Musical, 5-week London premiere at Jermyn Street Theatre (8 Jan – 6 Feb)
Hardeep Singh Kohli – The Nearly Naked Chef, UK tour from February 2010
Nun The Wiser, debut UK tour from February 2010
Dirty White Boy: Tales of Soho, 4-week London premiere season at Trafalgar Studios (26 April – 22 May).
Eighth Festival Highlights season at Edinburgh fringe (18 shows)
Hit Me! The Life And Rhymes Of Ian Dury, by Jeff Merrifield: UK tour including Edinburgh Fringe, and London West End, featuring Mark White as Ian Dury and Josh Darcy as Fred ‘Spider’ Rowe.
The Terror Season, Southwark Playhouse, including premieres by April DeAngelis, Neil LaBute and Mark Ravenhill
Showstopper! The Improvised Musical at various London venues, on UK tour including Edinburgh Fringe, and BBC Radio 4 pilot.
The War Season, Tristan Bates Theatre: a double bill featuring My Grandfather’s Great War and War Notes.
Potted Panto, the new show by Dan and Jeff: West End season at Vaudeville Theatre over Christmas.

Barbershopera: Apocalypse No!, 4-week London season at Trafalgar Studios followed by UK tour – updated version of award-winning show premiered at Edinburgh 2010.
The Fitzrovia Radio Hour, 4-week London season at Trafalgar Studios followed by UK tour.
One Snowy Night, UK tour of the Norden Farm/Slot Machine adaptation of Nick Butterworth’s acclaimed children’s book.
Potted Panto, revival of the Olivier-nominated show by Dan and Jeff: West End season at Vaudeville Theatre over Christmas.

An Instinct For Kindness, a Fringe First award-winning solo drama by Chris Larner about his journey to Dignitas – and back. West End season, Trafalgar Studios.
Indian Takeaway with Hardeep Singh Kohli, the third touring ‘cooking and comedy’ show by this prolific comic, cook and broadcaster.
Potted Potter international tour starts in Toronto and continues to New York City and Chicago, plus Australasian season co-presented with Lunchbox Productions.
Our Boys by Jonathan Lewis – West End season, Autumn 2012 At Duchess Theatre, directed by David Grindley and with cast including Arthur Darvill and Laurence Fox.
Oliver Reed: Wild Thing – Edinburgh fringe season plus tour, co-presentation with Arrow Media and Skullduggery Theatre Company.
The Showstoppers – UK touring, fifth Edinburgh Fringe season, and 12-week London residency at Charing Cross Theatre.

The Magical Playroom – Cerrie Burnell’s original kids show, premiere at Edinburgh Fringe followed by UK tour.
Potted Potter – Second season at Garrick Theatre, London; touring in USA including 14-week Off-Broadway season at Little Shubert Theatre.
Oliver Reed: Wild Thing London season at St James Studio.
Edinburgh fringe premieres including The Only Way Is Downton, Julie Madly Deeply and Eric and Little Ern, all three of which transfer to London between November 2013 and January 2014.
Potted Panto played its third West End season at the Vaudeville Theatre.

The Man Jesus by Matthew Hurt, starring Simon Callow, tours over 40 venues across the British Isles.
Following its nomination in the Olivier Awards as Best Entertainment, Eric and Little Ern played another UK tour, this time visiting 40 venues over 10 week ahead of a second Christmas season in London, this time at St James Theatre.
Edinburgh Fringe premieres include Dan and Jeff’s new show Potted Sherlock, compressing all 60 Holmes stories into 70 minutes, Outings by Thomas Hescott and Matthew Baldwin (the world’s first show based on coming-out stories), and Quentin Crisp: Naked Hope written and performed by Mark Farrelly. All three shows transferred to London.
Following development performances last year under the title The Bridge, we transferred Benjamin Scheuer’s one-man musical The Lion from Manhattan Theatre Club to London’s St James Theatre for a month-long run that won widespread critical acclaim including The Stage‘s Mark Shenton describing it as one of the best original musicals of the year.
We co-produced the inaugural Best Of The Edinburgh Festival in Toronto with David Mirvish, at his Panasonic Theatre. The season featured Edinburgh Comedy Award winner The Boy With Tape On His Face, and ThreeWeeks Editors’ Award winner Sarah-Louise Young in her show Julie Madly Deeply.
Potted Potter played its most extensive world tour to date, encompassing a month in Ireland, two months aboard P&O Cruises around European waters, and an Australasian tour including Singapore, Hong Kong, Dubai, five Australian cities, and a four-week Christmas season in Toronto.
Luke Kempner’s The Only Way Is Downton played a month-long West End season at Trafalgar Studios prior to a UK tour and return to the Edinburgh Fringe. The show is being adapted under the new title America’s Got Downton for a US tour in 2015.

  • Outings completed its first UK tour in a new two-act version, with special guest stars including Julie Hesmondhalgh, Andrew Hayden-Smith and Caroline Lennon plus original cast members Andrew Doyle and Camille Ucan.
  • Potted Potter tours in the US during the spring, including its first dates in Florida and Los Angeles.
  • America’s Got Downton premieres in the USA with a four-week tour across the country for the new version of Luke Kempner’s show The Only Way Is Downton, which continues to tour the UK. Under the title Upside Downton the show played a 3-week sell-out season at Toronto’s Panasonic Theatre, as well as headlining Rochester Fringe Festival.
  • With Climar Productions and on behalf of Radio Stage Ltd, we general managed the UK tour of the Bridge House Theatre production of It’s A Wonderful Life as adapted by Tony Palermo.
  • In a co-production with Shakespeare’s Globe, the Shakespeare Untold series (created by award-winning Muse of Fire producers Globe Education) receive their Edinburgh Fringe premiere ahead of international touring in 2016.
  • In the Autumn, we transferred Showstopper! The Improvised Musical to the West End’s Apollo Theatre for a 10-week season, acting as lead producer and general manager, and marking the first time that a completely improvised show has had a full West End run. The show goes on to win Best Entertainment and Family Show in the Olivier Awards 2016.
  • Throughout the Autumn, Potted Potter continued to tour in the USA and Canada, culminating in Christmas seasons in Chicago and San Francisco.



  • Potted Sherlock embarks on its first international tour across the US and Canada.
  • Dinosaur Park (The Jurassic Parody) opened at St James Theatre in London for a sell-out season ahead of touring to Adelaide, Melbourne and across the UK including a two-week run at Wilton’s Music Hall.
  • Black Is the Color Of My Voice continues to tour extensively, and plays London runs in St James Studio (May) and Wilton’s Music Hall (October).
  • David Benson celebrates the 20th anniversary of his Kenneth Williams solo show with a UK tour including dates in Edinburgh and London.
  • Showstopper! The Improvised Musical plays a further London season at the Lyric Theatre, appears in New York City in an exclusive industry showcase presentation, and sells out one of the largest venues at the Edinburgh Fringe (Pleasance Grand).
  • Shakespeare Untold, our co-production with Shakespeare’s Globe, tours the UK extensively in connection with the Shakespeare 400 celebrations.
  • What Would Spock Do? by Jon Brittain appears at Adelaide Fringe, Melbourne Comedy Festival and on tour across the UK.
  • Potted Potter continues its phenomenal worldwide success with seasons in Malaysia, Dubai and across Canada marking its 10th birthday.
  • Our Edinburgh Fringe season encompasses eight productions, including two musical comedies by Adam Kay, Boris: World King, the Reduced Shakespeare Company in William Shakespeare’s Long Lost First Play (abridged), a revival of Oliver Reed: Wild Thing, Trolling – a new play by Rob Crouch, and the Chung Ying/Red Shift co-production of A Tale Of Two Cities: Blood for Blood by Jonathan Holloway.
  • In our first co-production with Tom O’Connell Productions, we revive The Boys In The Band by Mart Crowley at the Park Theatre and on UK tour, with a cast led by Mark Gatiss and directed by Adam Penford.
  • In our first co-production with the King’s Head Theatre, we transfer their immersive production of Trainspotting by Irvine Welsh to The Vaults in London, ahead of touring in 2017.
  • Potted Panto returns for a fourth West End season starring Dan and Jeff.



  • The Reduced Shakespeare Company performed an extensive UK tour of William Shakespeare’s Long Lost First Play (abridged), visiting over 50 venues between February and August.
  • The Boys In The Band transferred to the Vaudeville Theatre in the West End.
  • Trainspotting Live toured the UK from May to August 2017, visiting 12 venues.
  • Waiting for God starring Nichola McAuliffe and Jeffrey Holland toured nationally to number one venues from April to July 2017.
  • Adam Kay continued to perform both of his original shows, The Remains of Tom Lehrer and Fingering a Minor On The Piano – the latter was later retitled under the name of his Sunday Times Bestseller book based on the show, This Is Going To Hurt.
  • Apphia Campbell continued to tour her popular shows Black Is The Color Of My Voice and Soul Sessions, alongside premiering WOKE at the Edinburgh Fringe.
  • Potted Potter returns to touring with a Chicago season, its third at the Broadway Playhouse.
  • Olivier Award winner Showstopper! The Improvised Musical entered its third year in the West End, with an ongoing residency at the Lyric Theatre that has extended into 2018. The show also played an acclaimed month-long season in Toronto’s Panasonic Theatre.
  • Simon Jay’s Trumpageddon returned to the Edinburgh Fringe as well as touring the UK. The show added nine extra performances to its sold-out Edinburgh run and is heading to Adelaide Fringe in 2018.
  • David Benson and Jack Lane, directed by Owen Lewis, premiered Dad’s Army Radio Hour at the Edinburgh Fringe, and launch an extensive UK tour in 2018 with a 3-week season at Crazy Coqs in London.
  • Liver Birds Flying Home, a new musical by Barb Jungr, George Seaton and Mike Lindup inspired by Carla Lane’s groundbreaking sitcom, performed a concert show in Liverpool on 30 May ahead of its premiere season in the city’s Royal Court in April 2018.
  • Loot by Joe Orton revived at the Park Theatre and Watermill Theatre in co-production with Tom O’Connell, directed by Michael Fentiman, in an uncensored version incorporating text cut from the original at the behest of the Lord Chamberlain.
  • Laurence Owen and Lindsay Sharman launched The Time Machine at the Edinburgh Fringe, a new musical based on HG Wells’ classic novel. The show tours in 2018!
  • Outings played a West End gala performance in aid of Switchboard, and at Eden Project’s debut LGBT festival.
  • In co-production with Flying Bridge Theatre, Not About Heroes by Stephen Macdonald was revived at the Edinburgh Fringe ahead of an extensive national tour in the Autumn, which will be repeated in 2018.
  • The Fitzrovia Radio Hour’s A Christmas Carol returned to London with a season in the beautiful Paradiso Spiegeltent at Christmas in Leicester Square.



  • Adam Kay’s This Is Going To Hurt played an extensive UK tour, culminating in two dates at the Apollo Hammersmith, as his book of the same title established itself at the top of the Sunday Times Bestseller list.
  • Trainspotting Live toured nationally, played a second season at The Vaults in London, and returned to the Edinburgh Fringe for its fifth sold-out festival season. A parallel production opened off-Broadway at Roy Arias Stages in a co-presentation with Scott Griffin’s Brass Jar Productions, running for seven months.
  • Potted Potter concludes its Chicago season before beginning a US tour at the Shakespeare Theatre in Washington DC, culminating in Christmas seasons in Houston, Dallas and Cleveland. Also in co-production with Lunchbox Theatrical Productions the show returned to Australasia.
  • Coinciding with the centenary of the Armistice, our co-production with Flying Bridge Theatre Company of Not About Heroes embarked on a further UK tour, culminating in a fortnight at Wilton’s Music Hall in London, with the final performance of the run taking place on 11.11.18.
  • Dad’s Army Radio Hour starring David Benson and Jack Lane began an extensive national tour with a sold-out three-week run at Crazy Coqs in London.
  • Apphia Campbell toured both Black Is The Color Of My Voice and Fringe First winner Woke further around the UK, including a sold-out week at the Edinburgh Fringe.
  • Margaret Thatcher Queen Of Soho returned to the Edinburgh Fringe in an updated version, the first time the show has been produced by James Seabright. We also launched Margaret Thatcher Queen Of Club Nights for its first full run across all weekends of Edinburgh Fringe.
  • Laurence Owen and Lindsay Sharman toured The Time Machine, a new musical based on HG Wells’ classic novel, including a week at Wilton’s Music Hall in London.
  • Showstopper! The Improvised Musical entered its fourth consecutive year in the West End with ongoing dates at the Lyric Theatre.
  • Simon Jay’s fringe classic Trumpageddon played its third Edinburgh season alongside the premiere of his new piece @JohnLewis – Never Knowingly Undertweeted.



  • Potted Potter begins its US tour this year with an extended run in Minneapolis, before opening a Las Vegas residency in June at Bally’s Magic Attic. Also the show returned once again to Australasia and Chicago.
  • Adam Kay’s This Is Going To Hurt continued to tour extensively, in addition to an oft-extended run at London’s Garrick Theatre. Adam’s second show Twas The Nightshift Before Christmas played a sell-out UK tour in December.
  • Brendan Murphy’s new show FRIEND (The One With Gunther) premieres at Edinburgh Fringe, extending its sell-out season with extra performances.
  • Sinatra: Raw sells out three weeks at Crazy Coqs in London prior to returning to Edinburgh Fringe for a second season, and transferring to Wilton’s Music Hall for two weeks in the Autumn as part of a UK tour.
  • Dad’s Army Radio Show starring David Benson and Jack Lane began an extensive national tour with a run at Wilton’s Music Hall in London.
  • The Crown Dual, a new piece commissioned by James Seabright and written by Daniel Clarkson, premieres at the King’s Head Theatre, parodying the popular Netflix series and winning rave reviews from the national press. It played at the Edinburgh Fringe and then Wilton’s Music Hall.
  • Iain Dale: All Talk launched at Edinburgh Fringe with a host of star guests from the world of politics and broadcasting, including Nicola Sturgeon’s first ever appearance at the Fringe, Christiane Amanpour, John McDonnell MP, Jess Phillips MP, Heidi Allen MP, Sadiq Khan, Alan Johnson, Kirsty Wark & Sarah Smith. The show doubled its run thanks to exceptional demand.
  • Trainspotting Live again tours nationally, culminating in its sixth season at Edinburgh Fringe. The New York City production closed in January after a record-breaking run.
  • Margaret Thatcher Queen Of Soho and Margaret Thatcher Queen Of Club Nights transfer to Wilton’s Music Hall in London for a week.
  • Apphia Campbell brought Black Is The Color Of My Voice to Trafalgar Studios for a four-week run, transferring to The Vaults for two weeks before taking the show in a rep season with Fringe First winner Woke back to the Edinburgh Fringe.
  • A six-month season of work at The Vaults in London includes The Falcon’s Malteser by Anthony Horowitz, adapted and co-produced by New Old Friends; Games For Lovers by Ryan Craig, directed by Anthony Banks; An Act Of God by David Javerbaum starring Zoe Lyons and directed by Benji Sperring and Cinderella by Luke Barnes and Not Too Tame.



  • As well as continuing with ongoing tours, we started the year with Adelaide Fringe seasons for FRIEND, Sinatra: Raw and new show Attenborough and his Animals, a co-production with Clownfish Theatre, and a New Zealand production of Potted Potter at Centrepoint Theatre.
  • All of our shows globally, from Las Vegas to New York, London to New Zealand and everywhere in between, came to a halt in March as theatres were closed in response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Seabright shows were among the pioneers of reopening productions in the UK with social distancing measures in place, including:
    • Adam Kay’s hit show This Is Going To Hurt reopened London’s West End on 22 October with a gala performance where tickets were distributed free of charge to NHS workers to celebrate their phenomenal work during the pandemic. The show ran until being interrupted by the second national lockdown, and reopened at the Palace Theatre on 15 December and played for one performance before the third lockdown came into effect, also leading to the cancellation of his impending Christmas season of Twas The Nightshift Before Christmas at the same venue.
    • Potted Panto played at the Garrick Theatre for its tenth-anniversary West End season, opening on 5 December and closing prematurely on 15 December, and a filmed version of the performance was released on streaming platform stream.theatre over the Christmas period. The Garrick season was rescheduled for an Easter 2021 engagement but this could not take place due to the ongoing national lockdown in the UK.



  • The planned live premiere of new musical The Sorcerer’s Apprentice by Richard Hough and Ben Morales Frost, directed by Charlie Westenra at Southwark Playhouse pivoted to TVOD streaming as a result of the ongoing closure of UK theatres. The filmed show premiered on stream.theatre on 25 February, and due to popular demand returned for an encore season the following month in tandem with US streaming via the Stellar platform. Plans are afoot for the show appearing before a live, in-person audience soon!
  • We received a grant as part of the second phase of the government’s Cultural Recovery Fund administered by Arts Council England on behalf of DCMS, supporting the organisation in its work to reopen safely and sustainably following the covid pandemic. Part of the funding was used to film existing productions for streaming delivery on stream.theatre in the summer.
  • We reopened shows for live audiences across the world, with Adam Kay touring both his shows to sell-out audiences from June to December across the UK, Potted Potter resuming its Las Vegas residency in July and US tour in October, seven productions appearing in a socially distanced Edinburgh Fringe season, The Battersea Poltergeist Live spooking audiences on tour around the UK in the Autumn, and Potted Panto returning to the Garrick Theatre for a popular festive run.



  • Brendan Murphy launched his new show Buffy Revamped at Wilton’s Music Hall this spring, prior to an Edinburgh Fringe season.
  • Black Is The Color Of My Voice toured extensively in the spring and plays the King’s Head Theatre in June/July ahead of an Edinburgh Fringe season.
  • We return to Edinburgh Fringe in August for the first full-scale festival since 2019, with 12 different productions across three venues.
  • The Crown Live by Daniel Clarkson returns this autumn with a US tour.
  • Trainspotting Live returns after a 3-year hiatus to the Edinburgh Fringe followed by a UK Autumn tour including 3 weeks each at Riverside Studios in London, and its Glasgow debut at Platform.



  • We co-produced the global premiere of The Way Old Friends Do, written by Ian Hallard and directed by Mark Gatiss at the Birmingham Rep Theatre in February. After the initial run, we tour the show from March to June across the UK to weekly number one venues, including a five-week run at the Park Theatre in London.
  • Brendan Murphy’s Buffy Revamped is touring the UK & Ireland whilst also showing at the Adelaide Fringe in March, and the Edinburgh Fringe in August.
  • As well as Potted Potter celebrating four years in Last Vegas, we are proud to work with the team, for the first time, on an all-female Potted Potter cast performing the show, who premiere in the show’s tour to Dublin in July 2023.
  • Edinburgh Fringe will see us bring nine different productions across the Pleasance and Gilded Balloon venues.
  • The new version of I Wish My Life Were Like A Musical will have its London debut in September, at Wilton’s Music Hall.
  • Apphia Campbell’s Black is The Color of My Voice is performed at the Adelaide Fringe, Edinburgh Fringe and toured across the UK. Yippee Ki Yay and Attenborough and his Animals tour the UK.