West End Producer is a regular contributor to The Stage.
The Stage is the entertainment industry's weekly newspaper - established in 1880. It is a vital resource for those working in all fields of the entertainment business.
In his weekly column West End Producer offers advice to all in the theatre industry - answering questions put to him via Twitter. He has written over 150 articles - covering everything from drama school auditions, how to treat an understudy, the best way to take advantage of a casting director, and discovering if Theresa May is actually Daniel Day Lewis in a wig.
Using his column WEP has also helped raise awareness of important subjects close to his heart, including - the price of drama school auditions, actors deserving an answer after castings, limiting the number of recalls, and the vital need of mental health support for all working in the arts.
West End Producer has written for The Evening Standard, Whatsonstage, IdeasTap and Bookbrunch.