Creative Director and Executive Producer
Robert Mackintosh has worked in many areas of the entertainment industry for over 35 years. In theatre he has produced shows on tour and in the West End including The Dresser starring Joss Ackland; Little Lies starring Sir John Mills (Wyndhams); the Award Winning Mornings At Seven (Westminster –now St James Theatre!), starring Teresa Wright; musicals including Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (Prince of Wales); Batboy; Daddy Cool (Shaftesbury).
Concertsinclude The Rolling Stones at the Alvalade Stadium, Portugal; David Hasslehoff World Tour; the Musical World of Cameron Mackintosh starring Michael Ball; Les Miserables in Concert; Evita in Concert; Russell Watson; Michael Ball; An Evening with Donny Osmond.
TV specials include ITV Save The Children Christmas Spectacular with Michael Crawford in the presence of HRH, The Princess Royal; The Southbank Show The Cameron Mackintosh Interview. Showtime A Broadway Christmas nominated for Best American Cable Music Special Award.
Artists recorded include Michael Ball, Shirley Bassey, Sarah Brightman, Michael Crawford, Patti Lupone and Elaine Paige. Cast recordings include The Sound Of Music, Seven Brides For Seven Brothers, Annie Get Your Gun, High Society, Me And My Girl, Hey Mr Producer!, Batboy, Daddy Cool. Robert was music supervisor and co-composer with Don Black for Paul Schrader’s film Forever Mine starring Joseph Fiennes and Ray Liotta.
Lady Lucy French
Director of Development
Lucy began her career in PR, events and journalism and over the years has honed her skills and focused her energies on theatre and fundraising for the arts.
Her previous roles include head of development at the glorious Open Air Theatre in The Regent’s Park, and before that at Hampstead Theatre.
Theatre is her passion and she leaves no stone unturned in her attempts to secure success! Lucy sits on the Development Board of Artichoke and the Actors Centre.
Associate Artistic Director
James is a director and actor. He has directed productions at the Rose Theatre, Tristan Bates and assisted for ATG and the Market Theatre in Johannesburg.
He has performed extensively in the USA, West End, for the RSC as well as the BBC and NBC.