Theatre Royal Bath Productions


About Theatre Royal Bath Productions



Theatre Royal Bath consists of an historic Main House, the

Ustinov Studio and the Egg Theatre.

Theatre Royal Bath Productions is the Theatre Royal Bath’s

production arm. West End credits include: Harold Pinter’s The

Birthday Party (Piccadilly Theatre); Joe Orton’s Entertaining

Mr Sloane (Arts Theatre); Ron Hutchinson’s The Beau

(Theatre Royal Haymarket); David Williamson’s Up for Grabs

(Wyndham’s Theatre); Mike Leigh’s Abigail’s Party (New

Ambassadors/Whitehall Theatre); Shakespeare’s R & J (Arts

Theatre); Harold Pinter’s Betrayal (Duchess Theatre); Samuel

Beckett’s Happy Days (Arts Theatre); Ronald Harwood’s The

Dresser (Duke of York’s Theatre); Bernard Shaw’s You Never

Can Tell (Garrick Theatre); Amy’s View by David Hare (Garrick

Theatre); Oscar Wilde’s The Importance of Being Earnest

(Vaudeville Theatre); Legal Fictions by John Mortimer (Savoy

Theatre); The Deep Blue Sea by Terence Rattigan (Vaudeville

Theatre); Bernard Shaw’s Pygmalion (Old Vic); Alan Bennett’s

Enjoy (Gielgud Theatre); Harold Pinter’s The Caretaker

(Trafalgar Studios); Noel Coward’s Private Lives (Vaudeville

Theatre); Bernard Shaw’s Mrs Warren’s Profession (Comedy

Theatre); Sheridan’s The Rivals (Theatre Royal Haymarket);

Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit (Apollo Theatre); Alan Bennett’s The

Madness of George III (Apollo Theatre); Mike Leigh’s Abigail’s

Party (Wyndham’s); David Hare’s The Judas Kiss (Duke of

York’s); Simon Gray’s Quartermaine’s Terms (Wyndham’s

Theatre); Alan Ayckbourn’s Relatively Speaking (Wyndham’s

Theatre); August Wilson’s Fences (Duchess Theatre); Julian

Mitchell’s Another Country (Trafalgar Studios); Noel Coward’s

Relative Values (Harold Pinter Theatre); David Mamet’s Speedthe-

Plow (Playhouse Theatre); Bad Jews by Joshua Harmon

(Arts Theatre/ Theatre Royal Haymarket); Noel Coward’s Hay

Fever (Duke of York’s Theatre); The Father by Florian Zeller

(Wyndham’s Theatre/Duke of York’s Theatre); Mrs Henderson

Presents (Noel Coward Theatre); The Libertine by Stephen

Jeffreys (Theatre Royal Haymarket); Hobson’s Choice by Harold

Brighouse (Vaudeville Theatre); Stepping Out by Richard Harris

(Vaudeville Theatre); The Mentor by Daniel Kehlman (Vaudeville

Theatre); Switzerland by Joanna Murray Smith (Ambassadors

Theatre), Arthur Miller’s The Price (Wyndham’s Theatre), David

Mamet’s Oleanna (Arts Theatre), Noel Coward’s Blithe Spirit

(Harold Pinter Theatre) and Ralph Fiennes in T S Eliot’s Four

Quartets (Harold Pinter Theatre).


Chairman Stephen Ross

Managing Director Danny Moar

Executive Producer Nicky Palmer

General Manager Eugene Hibbert

Technical Manager Joe Wright

Production Associate Katherine Lazare

Administrator Sophie Rozycka

Financial Controller Dee Rickard

Finance Supervisor Cheryl Hardy

General Manager’s Assistant Lydia Marsh

Graphic Designer Alan Henning

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