Wind in the Willows

Jamie Hendry

— Producer

Founded in 2008 by producer Jamie Hendry, JHP is one of the UK’s leading independent theatre producers having produced over twenty-five major productions around the world. Based in the heart of the West End, JHP lead and manage the creative development and commercial presentation of live entertainment in London, New York and on tour in the UK and internationally.

Producer: Jamie Hendry
Executive Director: Martin Ball
Executive Producer: Marcus O'Donovan
General Manager: Peter Huntley
Executive Assistant: Callum Runciman
Production Associate: Chris Hancock
Production Assistant: Larah Simpson
Associate Production Manager: Ed Borgnis


Current and recent productions include: Magic and illusion spectacular Impossible (West End and World Tour); the Chichester Festival Theatre production of Tim Firth’s hilarious comedy Neville’s Island with Adrian Edmondson, Miles Jupp, Neil Morrissey and Robert Webb (West End); the phenomenally successful Let It Be, celebrating the music of The Beatles (West End, Broadway and World Tour) and Nicholas Lloyd Webber and Jamie Reid’s The Little Prince (World Premiere).

In 2009 JHP won the Best New Musical Olivier Award for Legally Blonde the Musical, starring Sheridan Smith (West End and UK Tour) and in 2008 won the Best Musical Olivier Award for La Cage aux Folles starring Douglas Hodge, Graham Norton and John Barrowman (West End and Broadway).

Other productions include Harold Pinter’s No Man’s Land, directed by Rupert Goold and starring Sir Michael Gambon, David Bradley and David Walliams (West End); the World Premiere of George Stiles and Anthony Drewe’s Soho Cinders (West End); the UK Premiere of Spring Awakening (West End); the Chichester Festival Theatre production of Onassis, starring Robert Lindsay (West End), the World Premiere of Sebastian Faulks’ Birdsong, directed by Trevor Nunn and starring Ben Barnes (West End); Jason Robert Brown’s The Last Five Years (West End); David Eldridge’s Under the Blue Sky, starring Chris O’Dowd and Catherine Tate (West End) and Polly Stenham’s That Face, starring Lindsay Duncan and Matt Smith (West End).

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