About 2017-05-19T13:16:52+00:00

59 Productions is an award winning
team of creative people that makes
imaginative work for audiences
of all kinds

59 Productions is an award winning team of creative people that makes imaginative work for audiences of all kinds

‘TECHNOLOGICALLY DAZZLING USE OF VIDEO AND PROJECTION HAS CHARACTERIZED THE WORK OF 59 PRODUCTIONS’

The New York Times

59 Productions is the Tony Award-winning company of artists behind the video design of the Opening Ceremony of the London 2012 Olympic Games, globe-trotting smash hit, War Horse, the design and creative direction of the record- breaking David Bowie is exhibition and the decor concept design for The Met Ball, hosted by Anna Wintour. Led by directors Leo Warner, Mark Grimmer, Lysander Ashton and Richard Slaney, with the company’s New York branch led by Ben Pearcy, 59 are world-leading specialists in design for stage and live events, the go-to team for generating creative and technical ideas to realise ambitious artistic projects. 

Building on a decade of experience making theatrical work for some of the world’s greatest venues – including the National Theatre, the Royal Opera House, The Metropolitan Opera and the Salzburg Festival – the Company has more recently become renowned for creating spectacular public artworks, projection-mapping some of the world’s most iconic buildings, including the Sydney Opera House, Edinburgh Castle, and the United Nations Headquarters in New York. 

As of 2017, the company has also begun producing its own theatrical work, with its first full scale production, Paul Auster’s City of Glass playing at Home, Manchester and the Lyric, Hammersmith. 

“One of the most exciting companies in its field”

Financial Times

“Rewrites the rulebook for theatre design”

The Telegraph

“Stage and video design trailblazers”

The Times

“A formidable creative team”

Evening Standard

“59 Productions are exerting an increasing influence on London theatre productions”

LondonTheatre.co.uk

“Undoubtedly amongst the most innovative and technically advanced design teams”

The Arts Shelf