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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.

On the night that Company, Come from Away and The Inheritance led the charge at the Olivier Awards, some of this year's winners share...

There were no upsets at Sunday’s Olivier Awards ceremony. No scandals or catastrophes. No really questionable wins. In fact, it was all rather nice....

Sonia Friedman has urged producers to look beyond established artists and take more risks on emerging talent. She was speaking at the Olivier Awards, where...

The Stage Awards 2019 were held at the Bridge Theatre in London on Friday 25 January. Winners included Sonia Friedman Productions, Nottingham Playhouse and...

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child producer Sonia Friedman has said the theatre industry should prepare for "difficult times" ahead in the face of...

Steve Tompkins, the Stirling Prize-winning architect behind the recently completed redevelopments of Battersea Arts Centre and Bristol Old Vic, has been named the most...

Leading theatre figures have highlighted Brexit and political uncertainty as the major concerns for the industry in 2019, claiming art will have a greater...

Nottingham Playhouse, Sonia Friedman and the Young Vic are among the nominees for The Stage Awards 2019 in association with Integro Insurance Brokers Ltd. Spotlight...

Where would we be without Sonia Friedman? Well there would be fewer two-part shows in the West End, that’s for sure. No The Inheritance,...
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