FROM FRINGE TO WEST END: PRODUCING A SHOW
Running time: £12/£10
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- 11 Feb 2017
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From Edinburgh Fringe to London’s West End, there’s a wealth of venues offering to showcase new material. How do venues decide what to programme, where to stage it and when a show becomes a commercial hit?
Jonathan Church has enjoyed great success as a theatre director, and previously held the position of Artistic Director at Birmingham Repertory Theatre and Chichester Festival Theatre.
Emma Hall is an actor and producer, currently working as Associate Producer at Found111 and as Co-Artistic Director of theatre company Antic Face.
Libby Purves OBE (Chair) is a Times columnist, Radio 4 broadcaster, erstwhile novelist and theatre critic.
Greg Ripley-Duggan is Executive Producer at Hampstead Theatre, and has produced numerous West End hits including Sunny Afternoon, Good People and Di and Viv and Rose.
Date: Saturday 11 February
Location: Hampstead Downstairs
Full price £12
Seniors, Under 30s and Students £10
Under 18s £8
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