Ros Povey Productions was launched in 2013 to develop, produce and general manage plays and musicals in the West End and on tour. The company is committed to working with the best creative talent, whether fledgling or established, to produce the highest quality entertainment for the widest possible audience.


Ros Povey

Recent credits include LIFT the Musical by Craig Adams (Soho Theatre), Lionel Bart’s Fings Ain’t Wot They Used T’Be  (Theatre Royal, Stratford East) and the UK tour of The Man Jesus by Matthew Hurt starring Simon Callow.

Starting out at the Old Vic in 2004, Ros worked on first two seasons of the Old Vic Theatre Company under Kevin Spacey, and with Old Vic Productions on the original London production of Billy Elliot the Musical.

Other West End credits include: Vincent River (Trafalgar Studios and 59E59: New York), Orwell – A Celebration (Trafalgar Studios), The Rise and Fall of Little Voice (Vaudeville Theatre), Three Days of Rain (Apollo Theatre), Well (Apollo Theatre), The Fastest Clock in the Universe (Hampstead Theatre/Leicester Curve), and Spring Awakening (Novello Theatre, 2010 Olivier Award Best New Musical).  

Ros has previously been supported by the Stage One Bursary for New Producers and was awarded the Start Up Fund to co-produce the transfer of Love Story the Musical (Duchess Theatre, 2011 Olivier nomination Best New Musical).

General management work has included two UK tours and the West End transfer of Midnight Tango starring Vincent Simone and Flavia Cacace (2012 Olivier Nomination, Best Entertainment), the transfer of the Regent’s Park Theatre production of Crazy for You (Novello Theatre – 2012 Olivier Award, Best Musical Revival) and Theatre Bench’s production of Therese Raquin (Park Theatre).

As Associate to Roger Wingate at Act Productions, Ros has worked on The Turn of the Screw adapted by Rebecca Lenkiewicz (Almeida), Uncle Vanya (Vaudeville), A Chorus Line (Palladium) and the Royal Opera House transfer of The Wind in the Willows (Duchess & Vaudeville – 2014 Olivier Award for Best Family and Entertainment).