Bill Kenwright

Liverpool born Bill Kenwright is one of the UK's most successful theatre producers and directors and one of the most influential theatre impresario of the last 40 years.

Perhaps best known for the long-running West End hit Blood Brothers and the record-breaking tour of Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat.

Notable Work

Other productions have included

West End runs of Whistle Down the Wind at the Palace Theatre, Festen in London, on a UK tour and on Broadway, The Big Life, Elmina's Kitchen, Scrooge – The Musical, The Night of the Iguana, A Few Good Men, A Man For All Seasons alongside UK tours of Jesus Christ Superstar, Tommy, Tell Me on a Sunday and This is Elvis.

Bill Kenwright

More About Our Patron

He has also been the chairman of Everton Football club since 2004. He produced the London revival of Cabaret at the Lyric Theatre in September 2006, starring Anna Maxwell Martin, James Dreyfus and Sheila Hancock. Bill is also a passionate fundraiser and supporter of charities close to his heart.

Bill offered his patronage after hearing of the work we were doing in the community and we were thrilled to accept his support. To have such an energised and enthusiastic champion of the arts is an honour.