Vicky Graham Productions commissions and develops brave, quality new theatre in collaboration with the most inventive, forward-thinking artists and creatives. An independent, ambitious approach to producing aims to achieve the maximum possible impact for artists, shows and investors.
Vicky Graham: Producer
Vicky has produced theatre in London, Edinburgh, Paris, Avignon, on tour in the UK and Off-Broadway in New York. She studied at Cambridge University and trained in directing at Mountview Academy before becoming the first in-house Producer at Theatre503 in 2010.
In 2011, Vicky was selected to participate in the Old Vic New Voices T.S. Eliot US/UK Exchange, and subsequently spent three months working in New York. In 2012, Vicky received the Society of London Theatre’s Stage One Bursary for new commercial producers, and the Old Vic New Voices Edinburgh Award later that year. In December 2013 she was awarded a BBC Performing Arts Fund Fellowship, and worked with English Touring Theatre to produce Brian Friel’s TRANSLATIONS (UK Theatre Award for Best Touring Production). In 2014 VGP commissioned BREEDERS by Ben Ockrent, which was selected to open the inaugural Stage One ONE STAGE Season at the St. James Theatre, and in 2015 Vicky worked as Executive Producer for Out of Joint.
With Vicky Graham Productions, Vicky has produced the world premieres of THE SLUTS OF SUTTON DRIVE by Joshua Conkel at the Finborough Theatre, and STRONG ARM by Finlay Robertson (Winner – Old Vic New Voices Edinburgh Award) as well as BREEDERS by Ben Ockrent. 2016 saw the first production of FLOWERS FOR MRS HARRIS – a new musical adaptation of the novel by Paul Gallico by Rachel Wagstaff and Richard Taylor commissioned by VGP – at Sheffield Theatres, directed by Daniel Evans, and a co-production of PILGRIMS by Elinor Cook at HighTide Festival, the Yard Theatre and Theatr Clwyd.
VGP is proud to produce multi award-winning cabaret duo HOUSE OF BLAKEWELL. She produced the first two years of Offbeat – Oxford’s fringe arts festival – in 2016 & 2017, and worked with 59 Productions on a major stage adaptation of Paul Auster’s CITY OF GLASS.
Vicky is also a regular facilitator, speaker and mentor, and has run, or participated in events with IdeasTap, Old Vic New Voices, Stage One, Theatrecraft, Musical Theatre Network & Mercury Musical Developments, Mountview Academy, Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, the Old Vic 12 and the Young Vic Genesis Directors Programme. She is Chair of the Board of Theatre Uncut.
Vicky Graham Productions has been generously supported by the Stage One Bursary Scheme. For more information, please visit www.stageoneuk.com