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Bill Kenwright Limited
BKL House
1 Venice Walk
London W2 1RR
United Kingdom

+44 20 7446 6200

General Enquiries:
info@Kenwright.com

Bill Kenwright Ltd does not currently accept or respond to unsolicited scripts.

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Who's Who

Managing Director
Finance Director
Commercial Director
Producers


Production Manager
Production Controller
Head of Programming
Head of Communications
Head of Film and TV
Production Executive
Production Co-ordinator
Sales Co-ordinator
Marketing Executive
Graphic Designer
Management Accountant
Accountants

Junior Accountant
Payroll Accountant
PA to Bill Kenwright
PA to Steve Potts
Production Assistant (Stage1)
Receptionist
Clerical Assistant
Premises Assistant
Theatre Consultants

Bill Kenwright
Alan Sharp
Steve Potts
Jeremy Meadow
Daniel Schumann
Hamish Greer
Gareth Edwards
Jane Glover
Brendan Riding
Georgina Littlejohn
Naomi George
Zoe Robinson
Jessica McGloin
Paul Berning
Chris Clegg
Robert Brown
Halyna Dyszkant
Nahied Adam
Edmund Prah Nsiah
Neil O’Rourke
Shane Kelly
Emily Dallas
Carina Tolle
Sam Lansdale
Daniella Di Caro
John Collings
Fabian Chaverra
Rod H Coton
Julius Green

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Bill Kenwright

Director/Producer

Recent West End productions include: Let the Right One In (Apollo); Twelve Angry Men (Garrick); Cabaret (Savoy); Blood Brothers (Phoenix); Dreamboats and Petticoats (Wyndhams); Soul Sister (Savoy); Volcano (Vaudeville); Written on the Heart (RSC - Duchess); Three Days in May (Trafalgar); The Pitmen Painters (Duchess); The Wizard of Oz (Palladium); The Country Girl (Apollo); Bedroom Farce (Duke of York's); A Daughter's a Daughter (Trafalgar); On the Waterfront (Haymarket); Woman in Mind (Haymarket); Plague Over England (Duchess); Sunset Boulevard (Comedy); The Vortex (Apollo); Absurd Person Singular (Garrick); Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat (Adelphi); The Letter (Wyndhams); Treats (Garrick); Cabaret (Lyric); The Canterbury Tales (RSC - Gielgud); The Crucible (RSC - Gielgud); Whistle Down the Wind (Palace); A Man for All Seasons (Theatre Royal Haymarket); The Night of the Iguana (Lyric); Scrooge (London Palladium); A Few Good Men (Haymarket); The Big Life (Apollo); Elmina's Kitchen (Garrick); Festen (Lyric); Judi Dench in All's Well That Ends Well (RSC - Gielgud); Hay Fever (Haymarket); Filumena (Piccadilly); and The Gift of the Gorgon (Wyndhams); Jessica Lange in A Streetcar Named Desire (Haymarket); Long Day's Journey into Night (Lyric) and The Glass Menagerie (Apollo); The Taming of the Shrew and The Tamer Tamed (RSC - Queens); The Secret Rapture (Lyric); the RSC Jacobean season (Gielgud); Via Dolorosa (Duchess); Sleuth (Apollo); The Constant Wife (Lyric); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof (Lyric); Ghosts (Comedy); Fallen Angels (Apollo); Brief Encounter (Lyric); Miss Julie (Haymarket); Stepping Out (Albery); Hurlyburly (Queens); Lady Windermere's Fan (Haymarket); Passion (Queens); Company (Albery); The Miracle Worker (Wyndhams); No Man's Land and Moonlight (Comedy). And directed by Peter Hall: Mind Millie for Me; The Master Builder; The School for Wives; Hamlet; An Absolute Turkey; Lysistrata; Separate Tables; She Stoops to Conquer; Waiting for Godot; The Misanthrope; Major Barbara and Kafka's Dick.

On Broadway: Travels With My Aunt (Drama Desk Award); Dancing At Lughnasa (Tony Award); Medea (Tony Award); Ibsen's A Doll's House (four Tony Awards); Theatre de Complicite's; The Chairs (six Tony nominations); Cat on a Hot Tin Roof; The Glass Menagerie; Primo; Festen; Passing Strange; and Guys and Dolls. Blood Brothers, which ran for 24 years in the West End, also played for three years at Broadway's Music Box Theatre.

As a Director his productions include: Whistle Down the Wind, Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Jesus Christ Superstar, Evita and Blood Brothers. He was nominated for a London Theatre Critics' Award for West Side Story at the Shaftesbury and a Tony Award for Blood Brothers in New York.

His films include: The Day After the Fair, Stepping Out, Don't Go Breaking My Heart and most recently Cheri, starring Michelle Pfeiffer, and Rufus Norris' Broken, starring Tim Roth and Cillian Murphy, which won Best Film at the British Independent Film Awards and opened the 2012 Cannes Film Festival Critics' week.

He co-produced the phenomenally successful arena tour of Elvis - The Concert with Elvis Presley Enterprises.

He has received an Honorary Doctorate from both Liverpool University and Nottingham Trent University, an Honorary Fellowship from Liverpool's John Moores University and an Honorary Professorship from Thames Valley University in London. In 2002, he received the Variety Club Bernard Delfont Award for his contribution to the entertainment industry, and a CBE in the same year. In 2008, he received a Lifetime Achievement Award from the Theatrical Management Association. He is Chairman of Everton Football Club. And a fan.