Based in both London and Manchester, Arden & Moore is independently owned and run by Producers and General Managers, Sarah Arden and Thomas Moore. They bring with them a wealth of experience having worked in both the subsidised and commercial sectors, creating projects for the small and mid-scales at fringe, West End, UK and international levels.

Together as Arden & Moore, they love to create entertainment spanning theatre, events and experiences. Sarah and Thomas are particularly keen on comedy, children's theatre, interactive and experiential work with exciting commercial potential. They are also keen on developing theatremakers (particularly writers and directors) with upcoming programmes to be announced.

Companies collectively worked for include Fuel, Punchdrunk, Told by an Idiot, Birmingham Stage Company, Orange Tree Theatre, Milton Morrissey, Old Red Lion, Runaway Entertainment and the Barbican Centre. Other partners on previous projects have included the National Theatre, Leeds Playhouse, Bristol Old Vic, Royal Lyceum Edinburgh, UCLA Freud Playhouse, The Grand Theatre London (Canada), Kennedy Center in Washington and Loeb Drama Center at Harvard University.

Sarah and Thomas have each worked on a large number of projects including Barber Shop Chronicles (US and Canada), Touching the Void (UK and China), Brooklyn the Musical (London), Horrible Histories Terrible Tudors (Hampton Court Palace), David Walliam’s Gangsta Granny (UK Tour), The House of the Baskervilles: The Hit Farce (UK Tour), The Krumpus (The Lawrence Batley Theatre), The World of Fierce Fairytales (Various), Chapel Street (Old Red Lion), The Importance of Being Earnest (Theatre Royal Haymarket) and Carol Ann Duffy’s The Christmas Truce (53Two).



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Production proposals – We are always open to hearing new project proposals. To get in touch please fill in the above form or email info(at)

Casting – We accept unsolicited CV's from actors via our email only using info(at) with CASTING in the subject line.

Crew positions – Please email info(at) with CREW in the subject line attaching your CV and including your link (if you have one).

Scripts – Playwrights are welcome to submit material for consideration though unfortunately, we cannot guarantee a response. Please email scripts to info(at) with SCRIPT in the subject line. Postal submissions will not be accepted or returned.

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