David Ball Productions is an independent producer and general manager of theatre and bespoke live entertainment in the United Kingdom and on the international stage.
Based in the heart of London’s West End theatre district, the company was founded by David Ball in order to lead the creative development and production of high quality commerical theatre.
With a knowledge of theatre that spans more than two decades and roles both on and off stage, David has a comprehensive and in-depth understanding of the industry. David made the move into production in 2006, having been awarded the prestigious Stage One bursary and internship for new producers.
This led to invaluable experience working with Sonia Friedman Productions (A View From the Bridge (West End), Arcadia (West End), La Cage Aux Folles (West End), Legally Blonde (West End) and Act Productions (Wicked (West End), Enron (West End), Shrek (West End). Following his internship, David was made Assiociate Producer of Act Productions, during which time he commissioned a new adaptation of Henry James’ The Turn of the Screw (Almedia Theatre). In 2012, David Left Act Productions to set up his own company.
For David Ball Productions, David has produced Yes Prime Minister by Anthony Jay and Jonathan Lynn (Theatre Clwyd), The Clockmaker’s Daughter – In Concert (Cadogan Hall), The Clockmaker’s Daughter – Studio Album, Stepping Out Jack Studio Theatre), Misterman (New Wimbledon Theatre / Jack Studio Theatre), On The Piste by John Godber (Jack Studio Theatre), The Importance of Being Earnest (Jack Studio Theatre / 3 Off West End Award nominations ), A Woman Alone by Dario Fo (New Wimbledon Studio Theatre), West End and Broadway (UK tour), The Best of the West End with Miranda Sings (Leicester Square Theatre), Tommy (West End), Stepping Out (Union Theatre).
As General Manager, David has worked on The Killing of Sister George (West End), A British Subject (West End), Baggage (West End), The Sound of Music (International Tour), Stepping Out (Union Theatre).
David Ball Productions is committed to developing new projects and to the development of new writing. Workshop productions include Prokofiev’s Peter and the Wolf, Munich by Ron Elisha and Address Unkown by Katherine Taylor.