Richard Douglas Productions

Richard Douglas Productions is a collaboration between Richard Morris and Doug Pinchin.  Having worked together on numerous occasions they joined forces to write, produce and stage a wide range of entertainments. Credits include Hey, Old Friends – An 85th Birthday Tribute to Stephen Sondheim (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), Broadway to West End – By Special Arrangement (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), Fly With The Stars – a Tribute to the Few in the presence of HRH Prince Michael of Kent (London Palladium), Barbara Cook and Friends (London Coliseum), Follies in Concert (London Palladium), 30th Anniversary production of Side By Side By Sondheim (Novello Theatre), Children Will Listen – a 75th Birthday Tribute to Stephen Sondheim (Theatre Royal Drury Lane), A Moment In Time – a Royal charity gala in the presence of HRH the Earl and Countess of Wessex (Richmond Theatre).

They have also written, produced and directed a number of events with an historical theme notably A Garland For Mavis and Royal Connections (both at Ham House, Surrey) and An Arcadian Miscellany which was commissioned by the Thames Landscape Strategy.  In 2014 they were asked to revise and update the Miscellany.  Re-titled The Arcadian Thames it was performed in the magnificent setting of the Great Hall at Hampton Court Palace in the presence of HRH The Duke of Gloucester.

Other credits include The Magic of Lehar, which they wrote and directed, and Some Enchanted Evening (both tours), The Stephen Sondheim Society Student Performer of the Year Competition finals concert (Trafalgar Studios & Playhouse Theatre).

Richard and Doug have also written a play, Secrets and Rumours, based on the scandalous and sensational life of the Victorian novelist Mary Elizabeth Braddon, author of Lady Audley’s Secret, which has played successfully at the Orange Tree Theatre, Richmond, Ham House and the Yvonne Arnaud theatre in Guildford.

Recently they have produced a series of cabaret performances at The Pheasantry in London’s King’s Road and The Studio at the St James Theatre.

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