Jeremy Meadow & Suzanna Rosenthal


Working together over ten years as Producer and Associate Producer respectively, Jeremy and Suzanna produced or co-produced four national tours of Alan Plater’s Blonde Bombshells of 1943, J.B. Priestley’s When We Are Married (Garrick Theatre), R. C. Sherriff’s Journey’s End (2 tours and Duke Of York’s Theatre), The Flying Karamazov Brothers (Vaudeville Theatre) and A Midsummer Night’s Dream (Assembly Edinburgh and tour). Shows and performers they presented as one-night and festival events include:An Evening With Sir Roger MooreSix Impossible Things Before Dinner (London, Sydney Opera House & Australia tour); Sandi Toksvig & Bonnie Langford in Short & Curly;Frances Ruffelle - Beneath The DressFlanders & Swann (UK and Australia); David Strassman; Sean Hughes; Nina Conti; Gina Yashere; Brett Goldstein; Asher Treleaven; Tim Fitzhigham (UK and Australia); Tiffany Stevenson; Rich Peppiatt – One Rogue Reporter; Celia Pacquola; Alfie Brown; Lies Have Been ToldMisconceptionHow To Get Almost Anyone To Want To Sleep With You (London, UK tour and Australia) and Clive James In Conversation.

In 2013 Jeremy became Head Producer at Bill Kenwright Ltd and the company is now led by Suzanna.

Current shows include the Olivier Award-winning Showstopper! The Improvised Musical on national tour, The Trial of Jane Fonda at Park Theatre and the fifth national number one tour of An Evening With Sir Roger Moore.



Jeremy Meadow - Producer

Jeremy, after several years as a director of plays, opera and The Archers for BBC Radio 4, produced his first play Friends Like This with Barbara Dickson, Roy Hudd and Susan Penhaligon in 1999. Productions and co-productions since then include The Gin Game with Joss Ackland and Dorothy Tutin (tour and Savoy Theatre); I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change (Comedy Theatre); Theft by Eric Chappell (tour); the RSC/Young Vic production of A Servant to Two Masters (Albery Theatre); Snakes and Ladders by Eric Chappell, with Paul Nicholas (tour); W Somerset Maugham’s The Circle with Wendy Craig and Tony Britton (tour); The Price by Arthur Miller (Tricycle Theatre); Macbeth with Sean Bean and Samantha Bond (Albery Theatre); Our Song by Keith Waterhouse, with Peter Bowles and directed by Ned Sherrin (tour); Three Sisters with Kristin Scott Thomas (Playhouse Theatre); The Old Ladies by Rodney Ackland with Sian Phillips, Angela Thorne and Rosemary Leach (tour); Otherwise Engaged with Richard E. Grant and Anthony Head (Criterion Theatre); Everything Is Illuminated (Hampstead Theatre); Donkeys’ Years with Mark Addy, Samantha Bond, James Dreyfus and David Haig (Comedy Theatre and tour). Jeremy received a Society Of London Theatre Producer’s Bursary in 2001 and became a member of SOLT in 2004. He is a trustee and board member of the Nuffield Theatre Southampton, a past Vice-Chair of the Directors' Guild of Great Britain and past member of the Advisory Council of the National Campaign for the Arts.

Suzanna Rosenthal - Producer

Suzanna is the founding producer of the annual London’s Free Open-Air Theatre Season and has presented all fourteen seasons in The Scoop at More London. Other theatre includes: Wild Horses by Nimer Rashed and The Lifesavers by Fraser Grace (TMA Award Nominee for Best New Play; Theatre503 and the Mercury Theatre, Colchester); Crestfall by Mark O’Rowe, starring Niamh Cusack (Theatre503); Simon Block’s adaptation of Jonathan Safran Foer’s award-winning novel, Everything Is Illuminated (Hampstead Theatre); Victor/Victoria (UK premiere, Bridewell Theatre), Measure For Measure (Riverside Studios), The Resistible Rise Of Arturo Ui and Henry VIII (Bridewell). Project management includes Gentle Giant for ROH2. Suzanna was General Manager of the Carl Rosa Opera from 2002 to 2006 and joined Jeremy Meadow in 2006. She was Director of the Etcetera Theatre from 1997 to 2001 and also Deputy Director of C venues at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe from 1998 to 2001. Suzanna is a recipient of the SOLT Stage One Bursary for New Producers.

Jessica Hall - General Manager 
Jessica graduated from The University of Birmingham with a BA hons degree in Drama and Theatre Studies, during which she interned at KW&NB working on children’s shows The Gruffalo (UK Tour) and Room On The Broom (UK Tour and Garrick Theatre).  Jessica started her career working for Kenny Wax Ltd as a runner on Top Hat (UK Premier Tour) before working as a Theatre Assistant at the arts venue Farnham Maltings, assisting commissioning projects house and caravan. She went on to work as Production Assistant for the RSC on Matilda The Musical (Cambridge Theatre) and M4 Entertainment Ltd on Science Museum Live (Science Museum) and Guinness World Records Live (Big Bang Fair and UK Tour), which led to joining Guinness World Records as the live events Project Coordinator.  Following this Jessica joined PW Productions as Production Coordinator working on The Woman In Black (UK & International Tours and Fortune Theatre) and as Festival Coordinator for VAULT Festival (The Heritage Arts Company, The Vaults). Jessica is the General Manager for Meadow Rosenthal Ltd and Something For The Weekend working on a variety of West End, touring and festival productions.
Rhiannon Morris - Marketing and Production Assistant
Rhiannon studied acting on the foundation course at the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts where she was taught by Showstopper co-founder Adam Meggido. She then went on to work front of house for ATG at London’s Lyceum Theatre. In the summer of 2015, she worked at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe as an assistant for Adam Meggido and met the Something for the Weekend Team. The following year, she interned for Something for the Weekend in the run up to and during the Fringe. Upon her return to London, Rhiannon became a full-time member of Something for the Weekend as the Marketing and Production assistant.