The Evening Standard have listed the Best London theatre 2019: The musicals, plays and West End shows of the year, and we are absolutely delighted to have a wealth of UA clients involved in the listed productions.
Cyrano de Bergerac at Playhouse Theatre, starring James McAvoy and with Casting by Stuart Burt CDG.
Fairview at Young Vic, starring David Dawson.
Present Laughter at Old Vic, starring Andrew Scott, Suzie Toase and Luke Thallon.
[BLANK] at Donmar Warehouse, written by Alice Birch, starring Zainab Hasan, Jackie Clune and with Lighting Design by Jess Bernberg.
A German Life at Bridge Theatre, directed by Jonathan Kent.
Glass. Kill. Bluebeard. Imp. at Royal Court Theatre starring Patrick McNamee and with Lighting Design by Jack Knowles.
Sweat at Donmar and Gielgud, with composer and Sound Designer George Dennis.
The Doctor at Almeida, starring Oliver Alvin-Wilson.
& Juliet at Shaftesbury Theatre, with Casting by Stuart Burt CDG.
Rosmersholm at Duke of York’s, with Sound Design by Gregory Clarke.
The Watsons at Menier Chocolate Factory, Directed by Samuel West, stars Tim Delap with Sound Design by Gregory Clarke and set design by Ben Stones.
Evita at Open Air Theatre, choreographed by Fabian Aloise.
A Doll’s House at Lyric Hammersmith, starring Colin Tierney, with Design by Lily Arnold and with Casting by Stuart Burt CDG.
Downstate at National Theatre, starring Matilda Ziegler.
A Midsummer Night's Dream at Bridge Theatre with Tessa Bonham-Jones, Kevin McMonagle and Nicholas Hytner, with Sound Design by Paul Arditti and Associate Movement Director James Cousins.
Death of a Salesman at Young Vic and Piccadilly with Maggie Service.
seven methods of killing kylie jenner at Royal Court, starring Danielle Vitalis and Tia Bannon.