Guy Chapman was Managing Director of the full-service marketing/PR/media agency TARGET LIVE 2007-20; specialising in theatre, dance, classical music and opera, literature, art exhibitions, museums and attractions. As well as numerous West End shows major clients included The Royal Collections, Bolshoi Ballet, Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake, St Petersburg Ballet and venues such as South Bank Centre and the Barbican Centre.
As a Producer and General Manager Guy has worked across many productions both in UK and beyond including the award-winning Phyllis Nagy’s DISAPPEARED (UK tour and Royal Court Theatre. Mark Ravenhill’s SHOPPING AND F***ING at the Gielguid Theatre, Queens Theatre, UK tour and at the New York Theatre Workshop, The National Theatre if Brent’s LOVE UPON THE THRONE (Edinburgh Festival, Bush Theatre, Comedy Theatre London and Berlin)) Julian Mitchell’s ANOTHER COUNTRY (UK tour and Arts Theatre London) Jacki Clunes CHICKS WITH FLICKS, the London premiere of Enda Walsh’s DISCO PIGS and world premiere of Sarah Kane’s CRAVE with Paines Plough (Traverse Theatre, UK tour, Dublin Theatre Festival, Royal Court Theatre, Berlin and Copenhagen)
General Management has included an eight-week London Palladium season of BEYOND BOLLYWOOD, EIFMAN BALLET at London Coliseum as well as for many years The Mark Baldwin Dance Company, Aletta Collins Dance Company and Nahid Sadiqui (UK tours and London seasons).
Howard has worked in the cultural sector in marketing, communications and client management for over 20 years. With leading arts agency Target Live his client roster included a wide range of projects from large-scale touring theatre and West End shows, to arena events across both the UK and International markets including Dirty Dancing, Journey’s End, Star Wars Trilogy in Concert, Ennio Morricone, Sophie Ellis-Bextor, Mandela: The Official Exhibition, The Wipers Times and Trial by Laughter.
He has held senior positions supporting the sector at The Arts Marketing Association and as Marketing and Sales Director for The Audience Agency as well as leading the marketing operations across a number of theatre venues.
Passionate about bringing audiences and art together, alongside supporting producers and organisations he brings creativity, drive and acute commercial acumen with data-driven accuracy to every project.
Tessa is a marketing and media professional with over 15 years’ experience working within the arts and cultural sector. A visual arts obsessive, she has worked both client and agency side for the UK’s leading arts organisations and brands including the Tate, Barbican, Royal Collection Trust, Royal Academy of Arts and the Royal Horticultural Society.
Tessa’s career has seen her develop campaign strategies for leading events including the Chelsea Flower Show, blockbuster exhibitions including Matisse, David Hockey, Ai Weiwei and significant branding and redevelopment initiatives including the opening of Tate’s Switch House and most recently, the Royal Academy of Art’s Burlington Gardens in Piccadilly.
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