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Wessex Grove is a theatrical production company set up by Benjamin Lowy and Emily Vaughan-Barratt in May 2020 to produce and general manage innovative and exciting work of the highest quality in the West End, on Broadway and beyond.

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Benjamin is a Tony Award winning producer who runs Benjamin Lowy Productions in the United States. Under BLP, he produced Betrayal and Seawall/A Life on Broadway in 2019. Previously, Benjamin co-produced 18 shows on Broadway, including Sunday in the Park with George starring Jake Gyllenhall, To Kill a Mockingbird, and Tootsie. On the West End, co-productions include Caroline or Change, the Pinter at the Pinter season, 9 to 5, and Cyrano De Bergerac. 



Before setting up Wessex Grove in 2020 with Ben, Emily worked at Ambassador Theatre Group for 8 years producing a wide range of shows for them including: The Playhouse season (Cyrano de Bergerac and The Seagull ), Betrayal at the Harold Pinter Theatre and in New York at the Bernard B Jacobs Theatre, and the Pinter at the Pinter season. Other shows for ATG include; Pretty Woman, Dirty Rotten Scoundrels, multiple West End transfers including Rob Icke’s Oresteia, Hamlet and The Doctor all from the Almeida Theatre, and King Lear from Chichester Festival Theatre. Before that she worked at Chichester Festival Theatre and The Print Room

Emily is a trustee of Polka Theatre, a mentor for the Bridge The Gap Stage One scheme, a member of the Society of London Theatre, and a member of the League of Independent Producers.


Tom joined Wessex Grove in 2022 from Eleanor Lloyd Productions where he was General Manager. He worked at ELP for 8 years, working on a variety of productions including the site-specific Witness for the Prosecution, A Christmas Carol – A Ghost Story, Constellations, Emilia, Nell Gwynn, My Night with Reg, and Handbagged.



Sarah joined Wessex Grove in 2022 having previously worked as a freelance company manager and stage manager. Notable productions as company manager include: Network, directed by Ivo van Hove for the National Theatre; The Vote, live broadcast for More 4 / Donmar Warehouse, directed by Josie Rourke; Hamlet, directed by Robert Icke; and Black Watch, directed by John Tiffany for National Theatre of Scotland.



Hugh joined Wessex Grove in 2022 from Sonia Friedman Productions, where he was a Production Assistant. He has worked in a variety of theatre production roles across London and in the West End, including producing a series of concerts at the Apollo Theatre as part of Nica Burns’ Rising Stars festival. Hugh is on the board of Chichester Festival Theatre, having previously been a member of the theatre’s inaugural Youth Advisory Board.


Eloise has been with Wessex Grove since the company launched in May 2020. She is a trained violinist and singer and read music at The University of Oxford. Eloise has a particular interest in interdisciplinary, alternative forms of theatre making, and is currently exploring her ideas in a master’s course at Goldsmiths, University of London in conjunction with her work at Wessex Grove.



Max moved from New York to London in September 2021 to get his master’s at RADA and Birkbeck. Before arriving in London, Max trained as an actor at NYU and worked in production offices on shows like The Music Man and West Side Story, among various other wacky jobs over the years. Recently Max has performed two of his own cabarets: one he conceived in New York as his farewell concert, and the other as his master’s thesis which reappropriated the songs of queer and Jewish composers. Max loves chocolate, walks on the Heath, and is passionate about making a Mame revival happen sooner rather than later.

I thought of you the other day. (Pause) I was driving through Kilburn. Suddenly I saw where I was. I just stopped, and then I turned down Kinsale Drive and drove into Wessex Grove. I drove past the house and then stopped about 50 yards further on, like we used to do, do you remember?




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