Pentire Street Productions
Pentire Street Productions was founded on 4th April 2016. as a private company limited by shares that produces theatre, film and educational workshops in and around London. Founded by Patrick Wilson, Matthew Turbett and Hayden Munt.
Productions have included 'Rubber' (Edinburgh Festival Fringe 2016 & VAULT Festival 2018) , William Shakespeare's 'Richard III' (Barons Court Theatre, 2017), the Barons Court Theatre Festival 2018 and Billie Collins' 'Spiders' (Tristan Bates Theatre as part of the 2018 Camden Fringe).
They ran the University College London (UCL) Schools' Film Festival 2017 in conjunction with the University College London Union Volunteering Services Unit
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