Mark Goucher


Mark is on the Board of SOLT and on the Board of the League of Independent Producers. He produced his first show in 1987 on the Edinburgh Fringe and in the West End In 1991.

West End productions include: Jeeves and Wooster, at the Duke Of York’s Theatre; A Chorus Line, at the London Palladium; Crazy for You, at the Novello Theatre; Slava’s Snowshow at Royal Festival Hall; Yes, Prime Minister at the Gielgud, the Apollo and Trafalgar Studios; Shout! – the Musical at the Arts Theatre; Dickens Unplugged at the Comedy Theatre; Whipping It Up at the New Ambassadors, starring Richard Wilson; Footloose – the Musical at the Novello Theatre; High Society at the Shaftesbury Theatre; The Vagina Monologues at the Wyndham’s Theatre, the Arts and the New Ambassadors; Amajuba at the Criterion Theatre; The Anniversary starring Sheila Hancock, at the Garrick Theatre; the Reduced Shakespeare Company – The Complete Works of William Shakespeare (abridged), The Bible – the Complete Word of God (abridged), The Complete History of America (abridged), all at the Criterion Theatre, where they ran for 10 years; Fame – the Musical at the Victoria Palace, the Cambridge and Aldwych theatres; Elaine Stritch at Liberty at The Old Vic; Rent – the Musical at the Prince of Wales Theatre; The Snowman at the Peacock; Jackie Clune and Graham Norton at the Arts Theatre; Steven Berkoff at the Garrick Theatre; Shopping and F***ing at the Gielgud and Queens Theatre, Trainspotting at the Queen’s and Whitehall theatres; Issey Ogata at the Lyric Theatre; Fever Pitch at the Arts Theatre; Dolly West’s Kitchen at The Old Vic, Kit and the Widow at the Vaudeville; Frantic Assembly at the Ambassadors; Holy Mothers and Last Dance at Dum Dum at the Ambassadors Theatre.

UK tours include many of the above, as well as: Anything Goes, Debbie Does Dallas at the Old Fire Station, Oxford; Andalusian Images for Carmina Burana, Annie Get Your Gun, Notes From a Small Island, Down Under, The Pirates of Penzance, Five Guys Named Moe, My Life With Kenneth Williams, The George Melly Chat Show, The Lost Continent, Greg Proops, Thea Vidale, Anorak of Fire, Nicholas Parsons, Ennio Marchetto, Screamers, The Home Service.

Edinburgh Productions include: Debbie Does Dallas- The Musical, Teenage Kicks & Dickens Unplugged- The Complete Works of Charles Dickens (abridged) 

Recent Touring Productions include: Yes, Prime Minister, Slava Snowshow, Bette and Joan, Jus’ Like That, The Wedding Singer – The Musical, Shout! – The Musical, The Vagina Monologues, Stones in His Pockets, High Society, Fame – The Musical, Footloose and as general managers for Stop Messing About national tour.

Go back