Ambassador Theatre Group Productions is the general management and producing arm of Ambassador Theatre Group. The company has presented high-quality musicals and plays across the West End, Broadway and UK regions.
Recent productions and co-productions in London and the West End include: The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-Time (Piccadilly Theatre); Caroline, or Change (Playhouse Theatre); the Pinter at the Pinter season, presented by the Jamie Lloyd Company (Harold Pinter Theatre); King Lear, starring Ian McKellen (Duke of York’s Theatre); the Tony Award-winning play Oslo (Harold Pinter Theatre); Glengarry Glen Ross, starring Christian Slater (Playhouse Theatre); Buried Child, featuring Ed Harris in an Olivier Award-nominated performance (Trafalgar Studios); Big Fish, starring Kelsey Grammer (the Other Palace); Hamlet, starring Andrew Scott (Harold Pinter Theatre); the Jamie Lloyd company season of The Maids and The Homecoming (Trafalgar Studios) and Doctor Faustus (Duke of York’s Theatre); the Olivier Award-winning Oresteia (Trafalgar Studios) and Dirty Rotten Scoundrels (Savoy Theatre and UK tour).
On Broadway, productions and co-productions include: Pretty Woman (Nederlander Theatre) and Sunday in the Park With George (Hudson Theatre), which starred Jake Gyllenhaal and Annaleigh Ashford.
ATG Productions is committed to bringing high-quality shows to the regions. Recent touring productions and co-productions include: Strangers on a Train, based on Patricia Highsmith’s novel; the Victorian thriller Gaslight, starring Kara Tointon, Keith Allen and Rupert Young; Noël Coward’s comedy Private Lives, starring Tom Chambers and Charlotte Ritchie, and the multi-Olivier Awardwinning musical Sunny Afternoon.
Upcoming productions and co-productions include: 9 to 5 – the Musical (Savoy Theatre) and Betrayal, starring Tom Hiddleston (Harold Pinter Theatre). ATG Productions is producing and general-managing Ian McKellen’s 80-date tour of the UK, as well as the national tours of Abigail’s Party, starring Jodie Prenger, and Glengarry Glen Ross, starring Nigel Harman and Mark Benton.