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Ambassadors Theatre

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GRIFFITHS, Stuart Mark (born 1963), Programming Director, Ambassador Theatre Group, since 2015

COONEY, Raymond George Alfred (born 1932), actor, author, director, theatrical producer; created Theatre of Comedy at Shaftesbury Theatre, and Little Theatre of Comedy at Ambassadors Theatre, 1983; purchased The Playhouse, London, 1992

LITTLER, Prince (1901 - 1973), Chairman and Managing Director: Stoll Theatres Corporation Ltd; Associated Theatre Properties (London) Ltd; Theatre Royal, Drury Lane, Ltd; Chairman: Moss Empire Ltd; London Pavilion Ltd; Director: Ambassadors Theatre Ltd; Associated Television Ltd; Independent Television Corporation

DYKE, Gregory (born 1947), Chairman: British Film Institute, since 2008; Ambassador Theatre Group Ltd, since 2009; Football Association, since 2013

PANTER, Howard (Hugh) (born 1949), Joint Chief Executive and Creative Director, Ambassador Theatre Group Ltd, since 2000

SQUIRE, Rosemary Anne (born 1956), Joint Chief Executive (formerly Executive Director), Ambassador Theatre Group Ltd, since 1997

BECKWITH, Peter Michael (born 1945), Chairman: PMB Holdings Ltd, since 1992; Aspria Holdings BV, 1992–2012; Director, Ambassador Entertainment Group, 2009–12 (Deputy Chairman, Ambassador Theatre Group Ltd, 1992–2010)

SOLTI, (Anne) Valerie (born 1937), Chairman, Solti Foundation to assist young musicians, since 1998; President, Sadler’s Wells Theatre, since 2002 (Trustee and Governor, since 1995); Hungarian Government Global Ambassador for Culture, since 2007

KULUKUNDIS, Eddie (born 1932), Chairman, Ambassadors Theatre Group, 1992–2010, now Life President; Director, Rethymnis & Kulukundis Ltd, since 1964; Member of Lloyd’s, 1964–95 (Member Council, 1983–89)

 

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