David Adkin

David Adkin

Producer/General Manager

  • Location: London

David Adkin Limited is an award-winning London based theatrical production and management company.

Current/recent credits include: CABARET (ACT Aberdeen); Project Manager for OLD VIC 12 (Old Vic); Festival Producer for OLD VIC NEW VOICES FESTIVAL (Old Vic); OUR FRIENDS THE ENEMY (Theater Row, New York City); THE DOGS OF WAR (Old Red Lion); a new production of Mozart's GIOVANNI for Silent Opera (Vaults); The UK premiere of NEXT FALL starring Charlie Condou (Southwark Playhouse); the critically acclaimed sold out run of SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET starring David Bedella - Winner of Best Off West End Production and nominated for Best Musical Revival at the 2015 Whatsonstage Awards (Twickenham Theatre); and OUR FRIENDS THE ENEMY (UK Tour).

Recent General Management clients include: SPID Productions for ARTHUR'S WORLD at The Bush Theatre; Stowe Arts for LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS and LES MISERABLES; and Cherwell Theatre Company for ROBIN HOOD at The Mill Arts Centre.

Previous Credits include: OUR HOUSE THE MUSICAL - 10th ANNIVERSARY CONCERT starring Suggs, Tameka Empson, Alistair McGowan and Wendi Peters, directed by Matthew Warchus (Savoy Theatre, London); the first London revival of Polly Stenham's THAT FACE (Landor); Up4aMeet?' (UK Tour); THE AGONY & THE ECSTASY OF STEVE JOBS (Waterloo East Theatre); HOLMES & WATSON: THE FAREWELL TOUR (London, Edinburgh and Tour) and searchforatwitterstarLIVE featuring performances from Louise Dearman, Kerry Ellis and Jon Lee (Lyric Theatre, London).

David is a graduate of the Commercial Theater Institute (New York City); a bursary recipient of the Society of London Theatre’s Stage One Producers Scheme; the Associate Producer of the Arts at Stowe programme at Stowe School; and the Chairman of Cherwell Theatre Company - a charity providing arts based opportunities for young people in his hometown.


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6th August 2020 - 6th February 2021