ADAM LINSSON

Artistic Director

Adam is an experienced theatre production, technical and venue project manager and he graduated with a BA (Hons) in Drama And Theatre Arts from Middlesex University and an MA in Music Theatre from the Royal Central School Of Speech and Drama.

​​​Adam is Head Of Production at Bill Kenwright Ltd. and looks after a broad portfolio of West End, UK and International touring shows. These include the musicals: Heathers (Theatre Royal Haymarket, West End), Blood Brothers, Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, Cilla The Musical (UK Tours) Ghost, Evita, Cabaret and Saturday Night Fever (UK and International Tours). Plays include: Foxfinder (Ambassadors, West End), The Case Of The Frightened Lady, Rough Crossing, The Lady Vanishes, Rain Man, Gaslight, The Exorcist  and Ten Times Table (UK Tours) Murder On Air and The Anastacia File (Theatre Royal Windsor).

Other production management credits include: Tim Pigott-Smith in Stroke Of Luck (Park Theatre, London) and Snow White starring Linda Robson (Beck Theatre, Hayes). He was also production technical manager on the world premieres of Oliver Cotton's Daytona with Maureen Lipman dir. David Grindley; Adult Supervision (Nominated: WhatOnStage Awards Best Off-West End Production) and the UK premiere of These Shining Lives dir. Loveday Igram (Park Theatre, London).

​He was previously Building and Facilities Manager of the Criterion Theatre in London's West End, overseeing the project management of the venues refurbishment; Deputy Technical Manager of ATG’s Aylesbury Waterside Theatre; Technical Manager of the Beck Theatre with HQ Theatres and founding Technical Manager of Park Theatre in Finsbury Park, London.

From 2009 to 2013 Adam was Deputy Chief Electrician of the Dominion Theatre in London's West End, where he worked on the Queen musical We Will Rock You. He has also worked as a freelance multi-skilled technician on various theatre and corporate events at The London Palladium, Cambridge Theatre, Theatre Royal Haymarket, Royal Opera House, Hampstead Theatre, Trafalgar Studios, Aldwych Theatre, Lyceum Theatre, Royal Albert Hall, Lyric Hammersmith, Southbank Centre, Platform Theatre Central St Martins College Of Art, Grosvenor House and Battersea Arts Centre.

​Adam’s lighting design credits include: Grease (Beck Theatre, Hayes), Volpone (Upstairs At The Gatehouse), Peter Pan (UK Open Air Tour for London Touring Theatre), The Audition (Baron's Court Theatre), Punk Rock, Top Girls and Great Expectations (Tristan Bates Theatre for Drama Studio London), Deep Cut - Scenes From An Enquiry and Stories For Boys (Landor Theatre), Summit Conference (New Wimbledon Studio), My Best Friend (Courtyard Theatre, London), The Vagina Monologues (Upstairs At The Gatehouse, Highgate Village), The Importance Of Shoes (Catford Broadway/The Green Room, EdFringe) and numerous events and conferences.

Adam wrote and produced the sell-out world premiere of Heaven Sent at the New Wimbledon Studio. Other producing credits with Hidden Talent Productions include: Manhattan Melodies In The West End (Dominion Theatre Studio), Rockin' The Rose (Ye Olde Rose And Crown Theatre, Walthamstowe), Memories and Manhattan Melodies 2010