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Launched in 2011 with the aim of producing inventive and dynamic work that provokes, inspires and creates debate through collaboration with an interest in a range of projects and diverse topics such as adaptations, visual art, performance art, new writing, song cycle, poetry, theatre, multimedia, inter & multiculturalism, and inter-sectional feminism. The company also offers an arts consultation service for companies wishing to take shows to the Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

HT PRODUCTIONS

PRODUCING

Hazel's career in Arts Management began at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in 2009 as the Company Manager and Assistant Producer of 7 shows for The Lincoln Company where she also directed, co-wrote and starred in 'The Shade Ain't Right' at C Venues; a show that received rave reviews and was nominated for an Amnesty International Award. She was also a Production Assistant on projects for Andy Jordan Productions between 2009 -2012. She independently produced the UK premiere of Alex Broun’s play ‘Half a Person: My Life as Told by The Smiths’ with Cross Cut Theatre Company in 2011 which achieved a sell out run at The Lincoln Drill Hall with further dates being added due to popular demand.  Hazel went on to work as an independent producer, setting up her own production company 2011 before returning to Andy Jordan Productions as an Assistant Producer between 2013 - 2015 where credits include; 'September in the Rain' starring Claire Sweeney and John Thomson (National Tour) and 'Foreplay' starring Lesley Harcourt who was nominated Best Actress in the Off West End Awards for her role in our production (Kings Head Theatre, London).

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RISQUE BUSINESS : AN EVENING OF CABARET

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THE BARRICADE

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THE SHADE AIN'T RIGHT

HALF A PERSON : MY LIFE AS TOLD BY THE SMITHS

REVIEWS

The Shade Ain't Right
Half a Person: My Life as Told by The Smiths

" utterly engaging from start to finish "

THE GAINSBOROUGH STANDARD

" a talented cast....witty play...deftly layered humour...dazzling acting...I was disappointed when it was over "

 

THREE WEEKS

“ a nice little nugget of theatre ”

BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE