Tilted is a new production company founded by Sam Hodges. Tilted develops and produces new content, including musicals, plays, films, podcasts, and podcasts adapted for the stage.
In collaboration with Eleanor Lloyd, they produce Tilted Sessions, live stage shows based on award-winning podcasts. Tilted also manages a theatre investment fund in partnership with tech entrepreneur and investor Simon Nixon.
Recent Tilted productions include stage versions of podcasts UNCANNY (UK tour), BROWN GIRLS DO IT TOO (Soho Theatre/UK tour) and SOMETHING RHYMES WITH PURPLE (West End residency).
Other producer credits include co-producer credits for THE PIANO LESSON (Broadway) and A DOLL’S HOUSE (Broadway), and associate producer credits for A STRANGE LOOP (Barbican), THE CHER SHOW (UK tour) and THE HUMAN VOICE (West End).
Before founding Tilted, Hodges was Artistic Director of Nuffield Southampton Theatres, Creative Producer at the Criterion Theatre, and Founder and Artistic Director of the HighTide Festival.
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