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Sonia Friedman at The Stage Awards 2017, held at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London. Photo: David Monteith-Hodge Sonia Friedman at The Stage Awards 2017, held at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, London. Photo: David Monteith-Hodge

Sonia Friedman

Sonia Friedman is a British theatrical producer behind West End and Broadway shows including Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, The Book of Mormon, Funny Girl, and Dreamgirls. Sonia Friedman has won The Stage Producer of the Year Award for three consecutive years (2015-17). In 2017, she was number one in The Stage 100, becoming only the second woman to hold the position alone.

National Theatre director Rufus Norris and leading commercial producer Sonia Friedman are among those throwing their weight behind the new industry-wide code of behaviour...

Zoe Wanamaker, Toby Jones and Stephen Mangan are to star in a 60th–anniversary production of Harold Pinter’s The Birthday Party. Ian Rickson will direct a...

The Stage Debut Awards has announced its judging panel, which will include associate editors Mark Shenton and Lyn Gardner. The Times’ critic Sam Marlowe, The...

The cast and creatives of the all-female Our Ladies of Perpetual Succour have criticised the continued underrepresentation of female-led stories in theatre. The production, which...

Sonia Friedman, Michael Grandage and Noma Dumezweni have been announced as ambassadors for The Stage Supports. They are among five new ambassadors announced for The...

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has confirmed a transfer to Broadway in spring 2018. In December, producers said they were in "advanced discussions"...

And so to The Stage Awards, the annual celebration of all the great and good in theatre, held at the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane. There...

I spent Friday afternoon in the Grand Saloon of the Theatre Royal, Drury Lane with about 450 like-minded souls, celebrating the best and brightest of the theatre...

Sonia Friedman made an impassioned speech at The Stage Awards, calling on the industry to use its power to make a difference to a...
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