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Julie Clare

Julie trained at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and worked as an actress (national tours, rep and West End) for over 20 years, writer (commissions from Initial and Channel 4) and producer of The Busker Symphony, four short films for Channel 4.



In 2012 she did the Stage One New Producer's Workshop and founded The Producers' Pool - the first monthly networking event for new producers. 

Her first show was Miss Havisham's Expectations by Di Sherlock which starred Linda Marlowe at Trafalgar Studios 2014/15.


She has been working with Showstopper! The Improvised Musical since 2008 and became one of its producers for the Olivier Award-winning West End run at the Apollo Theatre in 2015 and co-produced its subsequent run at The Other Palace. In the same year she also became associate producer on Lin Manuel Miranda’s Tony Award-winning musical In The Heights which ran for over a year at the King’s Cross Theatre winning multiple Olivier Awards.


She subsequently associate produced Sideshow with Paul Taylor-Mills at Southwark Playhouse in 2016. In the same year she won the Stage One Bursary for emerging producers. In March 2017 she associate produced Chinglish with Tim Johanson Productions at Park Theatre. This was followed by acting as general manager for Judy! in its West End run at the Arts Theatre. Since then she has been associate producer on the Number One tours of Strangers On A Train and Abigail's Party and, in partnership with Francesca Moody Productions, Do Our Best and Baby Reindeer which won a Fringe First in Edinburgh in 2019 and then an Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Affiliate Theatre for its run at The Bush. She was co-producer of Peter Pan and producer of The Snow Queen at Park Theatre in 2018 and 2019 respectively. Her revival of Sarah-Louise Young's Julie, Madly, Deeply Off Broadway at 59E59 Theatres in the same year was a sell-out hit. She is the producer of Yes Queens, the West End's first female led improvised comedy night which had multiple seasons at the Boulevard Theatre and has since played Brighton Fringe, Hope Fest Manchester, BAC and had a monthly residency at The King's Head. She is currently developing/working on multiple projects including the musical, Bollywood Rose by Sumerah and Ajay Srivastav; a musical co-production with Talawa Theatre and Lyric Hammersmith scheduled for 2024. JCP also supports various West End shows as an investment aggregator.


Other Work

Since the 1990’s, Julie has had a parallel career in event management, PR, marketing, Business Development and Sponsorship Sales.

For 8 years she was General Manager, then Funding Director of Lewisham Children's Charity, Montage Theatre Arts.

She is also co-founder of Russell Clare Associates - an organisation specialising in anti-racism training and consultancy.


Julie is a member of UK Theatre and the League of Independent Producers.


Meg McGrady

Production Assistant

Accidental purple person, Meg McGrady (they/them) is a neurodivergent nonbinary theatre creative having worked as a composer, producer, writer and performer. Driven, collaborative, and a vocal activist, Meg studied ‘Musical Theatre’ at the BRIT School and ‘Theatre and Social Change’ at Rose Bruford.


Meg has been a freelance producer since 2020 working on independent projects like MTPRIDE 2020 (Digital Festival), Sinqueerly Me (The Other Palace), Creating Consciously Panel Series (with MTN), and recently co-produced their musical The Phase at VAULT Festival 2023 with CHROMATIC Creatives. They recently completed placements with Punchdrunk Enrichment (Route 158) and Tramshed (New Found Arts Festival). 

Meg is excited to be working as a Production Assistant with Julie Clare Productions and Joy Productions.

Other Work

Meg has worked on a vast range of new theatre pieces as a writer and composer including the award-winning The Phase (VAULT Festival), iNk’D (CTC Dance), The Planet Is _____ (Other Palace / Theatre Deli), and the upcoming Wonderland In Alice (Octagon Bolton).  Other work-in-progress shows include I found you a cool rock, Rosalind and Virgin.


Helen White

Head of Outreach

Helen’s passion lies in bringing children and communities to the forefront of the theatre world. With a background in acting and a first-class degree from De Montfort University, Helen forged strong relationships for the Curve Theatre, Leicester as part of their creative programs Team, fostering opportunities for everyone to access theatre. Her dedication to inclusivity and community engagement drives her to create meaningful connections with local groups and open the doors to the world of theatre for all. As a freelance practitioner, actor and teacher, Helen stays busy creating impactful work with both children and adults.

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