Welcome to Theatre Royal Haymarket Productions.
The Theatre Royal Haymarket is renowned for being a beautiful theatre and for playing host to the best actors, writers and directors during its three hundred years history.
The Theatre has a rich heritage of producing its own work and staging new writing, including the premieres of international classics such as Oscar Wilde’s A Woman of No Importance and An Ideal Husband.
In 2007, we were delighted to launch a new future for the venue with the establishment of a series of ambitious and successful seasons led by world famous directors.
The inaugural season was led by the celebrated theatre and opera director, Jonathan Kent whose productions included Wycherley’s The Country Wife, Edward Bond’s The Sea, and Marguerite – a world premiere from the composers of Les Misérables, Miss Saigon and Martin Guerre.
Season Two was artistically led by Sean Mathias who directed the acclaimed sell-out production of Beckett’s Waiting For Godot starring Sir Ian McKellen and Sir Patrick Stewart, followed by Samuel Adamson’s adaptation of the Truman Capote novella, Breakfast at Tiffany’s.
Season Three was led by Sir Trevor Nunn. Sir Trevor directed the phenomenally successful Flare Path, as part of the Rattigan centenary, starring Sienna Miller, James Purefoy and Sheridan Smith. Sir Tom Stoppard’s Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead with Samuel Barnett and Jamie Parker followed by The Tempest starring Ralph Fiennes and Nicholas Lyndhurst, and finally James Goldman’s The Lion in Winter starring Robert Lindsay and Joanna Lumley.
TRH Productions also acts as co-producers on other leading plays.
In 2003 we co-produced the Broadway revival of Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom featuring Charles S. Dutton and Whoopi Goldberg.
September 2013 saw our co-production of Clive Exton’s Barking in Essex staring Lee Evans, Sheila Hancock, Keeley Hawes and Karl Johnson open at the Wyndham’s theatre.
March – June 2014 we staged James Dearden’s new play Fatal Attraction directed by Trevor Nunn and starred Natascha McElhone, Mark Bazeley and Kristin Davis.
June – August 2014 we co-produced the West End transfer of Oliver Cotton’s new play Daytona staring Maureen Lipman, Harry Shearer and Oliver Cotton.
January – March 2015 we co-produced the Chichester Festival Theatre’s production of Taken At Midnight, which was performed here for a strictly limited 9 week season, starring Penelope Wilton who went onto win the prestigious Olivier award for her role as a mother fighting for her son’s freedom.
May – August 2015 saw the staging of The Elephant Man starring Bradley Cooper.
Feb 2016 we co-produced the Theatre Royal Bath production of Bad Jews.
September – December 2016 Dominic Cooper makes his West End debut as the most notorious rogue in Restoration England, the Earl of Rochester, in this thrilling new production of The Libertine.
December 2016 – March 2017 we co-produced the RSC’s festive double-bill of Love’s Labour’s Lost and Much Ado About Nothing.
June – September 2017 we produced the RSC production of Helen Edmundson’s Queen Anne directed by Natalie Abrahami and starring Romola Garai and Emma Cunniffe.
October – December 2017 we produced the West End premiere of David Ives’ electrifying dark comedy Venus in Fur directed by Patrick Marber and starring Natalie Dormer and David Oakes.
February – May 2018 we co-produced Bryony Lavery’s award-winning play Frozen directed by Jonathan Munby and starring Suranne Jones, Jason Watkins and Nina Sosanya.
TRH Productions also produces overseas tours and productions. Due to the phenomenal success of Waiting For Godot, the show toured Australia and New Zealand, taking the Haymarket to previously uncharted territories.
The theatre’s successful co-production of The Last Confession starring David Suchet and Brian Bedford toured Canada, America and Australia throughout April – September 2014.
TRH Productions is committed to producing outstanding productions while continuing to identify and work with top new talent throughout the entertainment industry.