About

We’re a boutique production and public relations company who specialise in theatre, film and cabaret.

As producers we bring with us more than 1o years of  working across a range of acclaimed and award winning film, TV and theatre productions. Our projects have appeared at the Bradford Playhouse, Vault Festival, Leeds Pride, Theatre503, The Roundhouse, The Viaduct Showbar, Southwark Playhouse, Leeds City Hall, The Carriageworks, the Royal Vauxhall Tavern and Bar Broadway, Brighton. Film and TV projects have been released across the mainstream UK channels, for international theatrical cinematic release, the BFI and have won spots at film festivals including Cannes, Sundance, Berlin, New York, Sydney and London. Award recognition include wins at the BAFTAS, RTS, Sundance and New York Film Festivals. We’ve also been shortlisted for an Academy Award.

Our PR clients include the BBC, The Bunker, Liberal Judaism, LJS, BKY, Little Green Man Nursery, Rogue’s Gallery, Ash Healthcare and Janbarree Ltd. Agency work has included Mother, J Walter Thompson, Blue Rubicon, The Lounge Group and Engine.

Executive Director – Paul Bloomfield
With over ten years of experience in theatre production and direction, public relations and social media, and strong media connection in specialised outlets including the Jewish press, LGBT media and theatre news; Paul has worked for large brands across a spectrum of vertical sectors. Consumer brands include Horlicks and Radox, entertainment and leisure projects include Mr Gay UK and the launch of the London 2012 Cycling Centre – Lee Valley VeloPark.

Creative Director – Stephen Laughton
Stephen is a critically acclaimed, award-winning writer, producer and director. His film RWD/FWD, has recently been nominated for a Drum Content Award. The film won the 2017 Charity Film Award. In August 2016, Stephen’s play, SCREENS, opened at Theatre503 to widespread critical acclaim. In February 2016, his play RUN opened to rave reviews and sell out shows at Vault Festival, it went on to tour in the UK, ending it’s run at the Bunker Theatre in London in April 2017 where it was nominated for two Off-West End Theatre Awards. You can read a full bio here.

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