Adam Kenwright


Adam Kenwright began his career at Bill Kenwright Limited where between 1989 and 1994 he performed various roles culminating in a position of Associate Producer.


Adam set up aka in 1994 with a vision to produce and promote theatre productions to a wider audience.


Adam has produced, and/or co-produced over 20 shows around the world including De La Guarda (London’s Roundhouse), Stones in His Pockets (West End, UK tour, Toronto, Broadway, US tour, Australia and over 15 separate productions across the world), Cooking with Elvis (West End and UK tour), High Society The Musical (West End and UK tour), Rent The Musical (West End and UK tour), The Lieutenant of Inishmore (West End, Australia and UK tour), Def Poetry Jam (Edinburgh Festival), Mack and Mabel (West End and UK tour), Sweeney Todd (West End, UK tour, Broadway Toronto and US tour) Loot (Bristol Old Vic), Madame Melville (West End), A Day in the Death of Joe Egg (UK tour, West End and Broadway), Time and the Conways (UK tour), Arsenic and Old Lace (UK tour), Taboo The Musical (West End, UK tour and Broadway) and Zorro the Musical (UK tour, West End, France, South Korea, Brazil, Israel, Japan, Lebanon and Russia.)


He also regularly invests in shows around the world. Recent investments include Hairspray, Priscilla Queen of The Desert, Legally Blonde, Boeing Boeing, 39 Steps, In Celebration, The Blonde Bombshells, Lazy Town Live, Stomp Out Loud, That Face, Enron, Jerusalem and Dreamgirls.


Adam is a member of The Society of London Theatre and a board member of both The Young Vic and The Lyric Theatre. In 2010 Adam joined the council of STAGE ONE.


aka has now become the largest employer of arts marketing professionals in the world. With offices in London, Manchester, Melbourne and New York aka promotes many of the most successful theatre companies, arts venues and productions around the world. Current clients include Old Vic Productions, Working Title, Cameron Mackintosh, Disney, Ambassador Theatre Group, Live Nation, The National Theatre, Royal Shakespeare Company, The Old Vic Theatre Company, Stage Entertainment, Dodger Theatricals, Scott Rudin Productions, Sonia Friedman Productions, Stuart Thompson Productions, ACT Productions, BBC, Playful Productions, DreamWorks, Kim Poster Productions, Sadlers Wells, The Almeida, The Royal Court, The Young Vic, The Royal Albert Hall, Tate Galleries, The Royal Academy, The Roundhouse, Melbourne Theatre Company, The Australian Opera and Melbourne Arts Centre.