London County Hall
11 April – 02 July 2023
The John Golden Theatre, Broadway
14 November 2022 - 18 February 2023
Noël Coward Theatre
28 February - 2 April 2022
Young Vic, London
Apollo Theatre, London
September – November 2015
24 May - 1 July 2023
The Garrick Theatre
Eleanor Lloyd Productions is a multiple Olivier Award winning theatre production company in London. We make high level work across the West End and Broadway, producing prestigious plays with a contemporary sensibility, and championing female and ethnically diverse theatre makers in the process.
Current productions include the site-specific production of Agatha Christie’s Witness For The Prosecution (Olivier Nomination – Best Revival) which is now in its 6th year at the specially created theatre in London’s County Hall, and Mark Gatiss’ adaptation of Charles Dickens’ A Christmas Carol at Alexandra Palace.
Prima Facie on Broadway starring Jodie Comer, Best of Enemies at the Noël Coward starring Zachary Quinto and David Harewood, The Collaboration with Paul Bettany and Jeremy Pope which played the Young Vic London, The Friedman Theater on Broadway and is being made into a feature film and Constellations (Olivier Nomination – Best Revival, Vaudeville Theatre) with 4 different casts including Chris O’Dowd, Peter Capaldi and Anna Maxwell-Martin which played in rep at the Vaudeville Theatre, winning two 2021 Olivier Awards.
Deborah Frances White’s debut play, Never Have I Ever, at Chichester Festival Theatre, Eddie Izzard’s Great Expectations at the Garrick Theatre, new feminist play Emilia (3 Olivier Awards, including Best New Comedy, Vaudeville Theatre) by Morgan Lloyd-Malcom, which transferred from Shakespeare’s Globe to the Vaudeville Theatre and won three 2020 Olivier Awards, West End Productions of Vardy v Rooney: The Wagatha Christie Trial by Liv Hennessey, Nell Gwynn by Jessica Swale, My Night with Reg (Olivier Nomination – Best Revival, Apollo Theatre) by Kevin Elyot, Handbagged (Olivier Nomination – Best New Comedy, Vaudeville Theatre) by Moira Buffini and West End and Broadway seasons of 1984 adapted by Duncan Macmillan and Rob Icke.