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David Adkin Limited is a London based theatrical production and general management company. Our passion is to develop and produce world-class productions of thrilling stories both old and new.

Selected producing and/or general management credits include:

HIR by Taylor Mac, dir. Steven Kunis (The Park Theatre)

RED SPEEDO by Lucas Hnath, dir. Matthew Dunster (Orange Tree Theatre)

THE KING & I by Rodgers and Hammerstein, dir. Bartlett Sherr (West End & UK Tour) - Co-Producer

A LITTLE LIFE based on the novel by Hanya Yanagihara, dir. Ivo van Hove (West End) - Co-Producer

THE CROWN JEWELS by Simon Nye, dir. Sean Foley (West End & Tour) - Co-Producer 

OPERATION EPSILON by Alan Brody, dir. Andy Sandberg (Southwark Playhouse)

DISRUPTION by Andrew Stien, dir. Hersh Ellis (Park Theatre) 

BEST EXOTIC MARIGOLD HOTEL by Deborah Moggach, dir. Lucy Bailey (UK Tour) - Co-Producer

WINDFALL by Scooter Pietsch, dir. Mark Bell (Southwark Playhouse)

THE SHAPE OF THINGS by Neil LeBute, dir. Nicky Allpress (Park Theatre)

A CHRISTMAS CAROLE by Myra DuBois, dir. Denzel Westley-Sanderson (Trafalgar Entertainment)

CLYBOURNE PARK by Bruce Norris, dir. Oliver Kaderbhai (Park Theatre)

BLINDNESS LIVE adapted by Simon Stephens, dir. Walter Meierjohann (Theatre Royal Carre, Amsterdam)

BLINDNESS adapted by Simon Stephens, dir. Walter Meierjohann (Donmar/UK Tour/International)

AFTER THE END by Dennis Kelly, dir. Lyndsey Turner (Theatre Royal, Stratford East)

F**KING MEN by Joe DiPietro, dir Steven Kunis (Waterloo East Theatre)

STRAIGHT WHITE MEN by Young Jean Lee, dir. Steven Kunis (Southwark Playhouse)

ROCKY ROAD by Shaun McKenna, dir. Steven Kunis (Livestream) 

THE REALISTIC JONESES by Will Eno, dir. Simon Evans (Theatre Royal Bath)

WILD GOOSE DREAMS by Hansol Jung, dir. Michael Boyd (Theatre Royal Bath)

AFTERGLOW by S. Asher Gelman, dir. Steven Kunis (Waterloo East Theatre)

AFTERGLOW by S. Asher Gelman, dir. Tom O'Brien (Southwark Playhouse)

THE OMISSION OF THE FAMILY COLEMAN by Claudio Tolcachir / Stella Feehily, dir. Laurence Boswell (Theatre Royal Bath)

THE GRINNING MAN by Carl Grose, Tim Philips & Marc Teitler, dir. Tom Morris (Trafalgar Studios)

JACK COLE (Development) by Chet Walker, Shaun McKenna and Guy Kitchenn, dir. Chet Walker

ROTHSCHILD & SONS by Sherman Yellen, Sheldon Harnick & Jerry Bock, dir. Jeffrey Moss (Park Theatre)

THE LIFE by David Newman, Ira Gasman & Cy Coleman, dir. Michael Blakemore (Southwark Playhouse)

DESSERT by Oliver Cotton, dir. Trevor Nunn (Southwark Playhouse)

BRIGHT HALF LIFE by Tanya Barfield, dir. Steven Kunis (Kings Head Theatre)

BITTERENDERS by Hannah Khalil, dir Maxine Peake (Livestream)

AGNES COLANDER by Harley Granville Barker/Richard Nelson, dir. Trevor Nunn (Jermyn Street Theatre)

RAIN AND ZOE SAVE THE WORLD by Crystal Skillman, dir. Hersh Ellis (Jermyn Street)


A LESSON FROM ALOES by Athol Fugard, dir. Dame Janet Suzman (Finborough Theatre)

THE SUGAR HOUSE by Alana Valentine, dir. Tom Brennan (Finborough Theatre)

COMPANY by Stephen Sondheim & George Furth, dir. Derek Anderson (Aberdeen Arts)

STALKING THE BOGEYMAN by Markus Potter & David Holthouse, dir. Markus Potter (Southwark)

OFF THE KINGS ROAD by Neil Koenigsberg, dir. Alan Cohen (Jermyn Street Theatre)

NEXT FALL by Geoffrey Nauffts, dir. Luke Shepherd (Southwark Playhouse)

OUR FRIENDS THE ENEMY by Alex Gwyther, dir. Tom O'Brien (UK Tour/New York)

SWEENEY TODD by Stephen Sondheim & Hugh Wheeler, dir. Derek Anderson (Twickenham Theatre)

Winner of Best Off West End Production and nominated for Best Musical Revival at the 2015 Whatsonstage Awards

OUR HOUSE THE MUSICAL by Madness & Tim Firth, dir. Matthew Warchus (Savoy Theatre)

10th Anniversary Concert starring Suggs, Tameka Empson, Alistair McGowan and Wendi Peters

CABARET by John Kander, Fred Ebb & Joe Masteroff, dir. Derek Anderson (Aberdeen Arts)

HOLMES & WATSON: FAREWELL TOUR by Stuart Fortey, dir. Tristan Pate (Edinburgh/UK Tour) 

DUSKY WARRIORS by Nasser Memarzia & Kulvinder Ghir, dir. Iqbal Khan (Theatre Royal, Stratford East)

THAT FACE by Polly Stenham, dir. Tara Robinson (Landor)

THE AGONY & ECSTASY OF STEVE JOBS by Mike Daisey, dir. Nasser Memarzia (Waterloo East Theatre)

In 2016/17 David was the Assistant General Manager for legendary Producer Robert Fox on the UK premiere of David Bowie and Enda Walsh's musical LAZARUS, dir. Ivo Van Hove (Kings Cross Theatre). In 2015, he was the Festival Producer for the OLD VIC NEW VOICES FESTIVAL (The Old Vic). In 2019/20, David was the Producer of the award-winning nationally acclaimed Ustinov Studio, Theatre Royal Bath. From January - April 2022, David was Interim Producer at Theatre Royal, Stratford East.

In addition to the selected credits above, David Adkin Limited has produced and managed numerous workshops, development projects and private events.

Investments include: LEMONS, LEMONS, LEMONS starring Jenna Coleman and Aidan Turner (Pinter); MOTHER GOOSE starring Ian McKellen and John Bishop (Duke of Yorks/UK Tour); GOOD starring David Tennant (Pinter); James Graham's BEST OF ENEMIES (Noel Coward); PRIMA FACIE starring Jodie Comer (Pinter); Jeremy Herrin's West End revival of THE GLASS MENAGERIE starring Amy Adams (Duke of Yorks); Tom Stoppard's LEOPOLDSTADT (Wyndham's); DEATH DROP (Garrick); Angels in America starring Andrew Garfield (Neil Simon Theater, Broadway); Marianne Elliot's DEATH OF A SALESMAN (Piccadilly)NOISES OFF (Garrick); THE ROCKY HORROR PICTURE SHOW (UK Tour); THE STARRY MESSENGER starring Matthew Broderick (Wyndham's); THE SHARK IS BROKEN (Ambassadors); THE SON (Duke of York); TRUE WEST starring Kit Harrington and Johnny Flynn (Vaudeville); and Ian Rickson's UNCLE VANYA starring Richard Armitage (Noel Coward).

David is a member of the Society of London Theatre and The League of Independent Producers. He is a bursary recipient of The Stage One Producers Scheme; and the Chairman of Cherwell Theatre Company - a charity providing arts based opportunities for young people in his hometown.

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director DAVID ADKIN
associate general manager PAUL VIRIDES 

dramaturg AIDA ROCCI
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