We are delighted to congratulate one of our senior partners, Paul Taiano, who has been awarded an OBE in the 2018 New Year Honours List for his services to Drama Training and Horse Racing Welfare. As a result of his professional expertise and in-depth knowledge of the theatre industry, Paul joined the Board of Governors … Read more Paul Taiano awarded an OBE
Great news, the TV Tax Credit is conceived, if not born yet. A welcome injection for UK high end drama and animation, even the computer games industry gets some action! The breaks start from 6 April 2013, all subject to EU State Aid approval. The draft TV Tax Credits legislation is very close in structure … Read more Great news – the TV Tax Credit is conceived!
This month, we are cheerleaders for: The Bodyguard at the Adelphi, Sleeping Beauty by Matthew Bourne at Sadlers Wells, Privates on Parade, opening the Michael Grandage Season at the Noel Coward Theatre, And . . . Skyfall. They are all productions with which Nyman Libson Paul is proud to be associated.
This month, we like the following theatre, exhibitions and Hollywood news: – One Man, Two Guvnors at The National Theatre – Shrek the Musical at Theatre Royal, Drury Lane – The National Portrait Gallery’s exhibition, Glamour of the Gods, Hollywood Portraits – Actress Elizabeth Taylor’s collection of jewellery, art, fashion and memorabilia will be sold … Read more What we like this month in London, July 2011
On Tuesday 5 July NLP partners Anthony Pins and Dave Morrison were both among the guest speakers at the Institute of Chartered Accountants’ Entertainment and Media Group’s annual conference. Anthony spoke on the subject of theatre finance, whilst Dave covered his favourite topics of UK Film Tax Credits and the Enterprise Investment Scheme (EIS) in … Read more Institute of Chartered Accountants’ Entertainment & Media Group’s annual conference
The good old fashioned sense of community spirit created by the street parties organised for The Royal Wedding! And Hoppe portraits at The National Portrait Gallery, London
Clybourne Park – Wyndhams Theatre http://www.wyndhamstheatrelondon.com/ Frankenstein – Olivier at the National Theatre http://www.nationaltheatre.org.uk/62808/productions/frankenstein.html The new permanent galleries at the V&A showcase the best of the performing arts – theatre, ballet, pantomime and rock music http://http://www.vam.ac.uk/index.html Kew Gardens – Kew’s Tropical Extravaganza Festival of exotic tropical flowers (until 6th March) http://www.kew.org/visit-kew-gardens/tropical-extravaganza/index.htm