Established in 2008, Jamie Wilson Productions have produced & co-produced over 75 productions in London, Broadway, on tour throughout the UK and internationally.
The Stage newspaper has regularly listed Jamie among the top 100 most influential people and partnerships in the theatre industry, and in 2023, Jamie Wilson Productions was shortlisted for Producer of the Year at The Stage Awards.
Last year’s productions include the smash-hit, new version of Sister Act; The Musical, co-produced with Whoopi Goldberg; Chichester Festival Theatre’s landmark production of Rodgers & Hammerstein’s South Pacific at Sadler’s Wells; and The Lincoln Centre’s critically acclaimed production of Lerner & Loewe’s My Fair Lady which played at the London Coliseum. All three productions embarked on major UK, Ireland and international tours, and went on to receive nominations for the Best Musical Revival at the Olivier Awards 2023.
This year in London, Jamie produced the Tony Award-winning Broadway musical Ain’t Too Proud, which opened at the Prince Edward Theatre in March 2023. Jamie is also producing the new musical comedy Mrs. Doubtfire at the West End’s Shaftesbury Theatre which opened in May 2023. This production marked the beginning of a ten-year partnership between Jamie Wilson Productions, Alchemation Productions and The Shaftesbury Theatre, with Jamie Wilson taking the role of principle producer for the venue.
Current touring productions include the major UK, Irish and international productions of Sister Act as well as the forthcoming tour of An Officer and a Gentleman which opens in February 2024.
Collaborating with the three-time Tony Award winning producer, Kevin McCollum, Jamie is developing musical adaptations of The Devil Wears Prada with music by Elton John and The Notebook with music by Ingrid Michaelson, both of which premiered in Chicago over summer 2022. The Notebook will open on Broadway in 2024. Also in development is Night at the Museum with music by Alan Menken.
Jamie is a member of the Society of London Theatre, the League of Independent Producers and is a trustee of Stage One, supporting new producers.