Eyebrow Productions is a young, vibrant theatre company based in London, dedicated to exciting new writing as well as ambitious musical theatre endeavours. Having produced theatre for more than 10 years at a range of theatres across the country, Eyebrow thrives on projects of a challenging nature, with an emphasis on providing opportunities to new writers and up-and-coming actors and directors.The company is most well known for Showtime Challenge – an ambitious attempt to stage and rehearse a full-scale West End production in just 48 hours with all proceeds going to charity. Previous Showtime productions have included The Boy Friend at Her Majesty’s Theatre, Sweet Charity at The Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, and Me And My Girl and Crazy For You at the London Palladium.
Additionally, Eyebrow’s new writing initiative WriteTime has enjoyed success at Latitude Festival, Theatre503, the BAC, RADA and Fishtank Festival and holds regular WriteBites night – evenings of new short plays and live acoustic sets – in an eclectic Victorian pub Upstairs at The Bell, E1.
Eyebrow’s innovative approach to theatre has been recognised and supported by a number of high-profile figures, including Dame Judi Dench, Stephen Fry, Joanna Lumley, Anneka Rice, Vinnie Jones, Gail Porter, Mel Smith and Mel Giedroyc.
What’s been said about Eyebrow Productions:
“Should the Phantom want to hang up his mask for a bit, this production is ready to take over!” Mark Shenton (The Stage) on The Boy Friend at Her Majesty’s
“I think you’re all bloody nutters, but I like that” Vinnie Jones
“You will be amazed” Robert Lindsay
“I think they’re all mad, personally, but I admire their balls!” Mel Smith
“Bonkers and inspiring” 4 Stars Evening Standard
“First choice” (for Into The Woods, New Theatre, Oxford) The Times
Watch this space…