Oliver is an Olivier award-winning West End Theatre Producer.
Theatre credits include Lazarus written by David Bowie and Enda Walsh and directed by Ivo van Hove; The Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy at Kings Cross Theatre directed by Phyllida Lloyd; the award-winning production of The Railway Children at The Kings Cross Theatre, Waterloo Station and the Roundhouse Park in Toronto; Guys and Dolls (Savoy Theatre, Phoenix Theatre and UK tour); Stephen Daldry’s award-winning production of J B Priestley’s An Inspector Calls (Novello Theatre, Wyndham’s Theatre, UK tours); Dinosaur Zoo (The Kings Cross Theatre, Regent’s Park Open Air Theatre, Phoenix Theatre, UK tours); Angelina Ballerina (the Sydney Opera House, Australian tour, UK tours); Guys and Dolls (Chichester Festival Theatre).
Film credits include the feature film Night of the Lotus starring Adelaide Clemens, Saffron Burrows and Kim Bodnia and the award winning short All That Way For Love starring Andrew Simpson (Notes On A Scandal), Belinda Stewart-Wilson (The Inbetweeners) and Derek de Lint (Black Book, Deep Impact).
Oliver was general manager of PW Productions from 2008-2012 for which he looked after their touring and West End productions, including The Woman in Black and Arthur Miller’s Broken Glass. In 2007 he produced a sell-out run of James McLure’s hilarious double bill Lone Star and Private Wars at the King’s Head Theatre, starring Shane Richie and James Jagger, and was an associate producer on the UK tour of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Aspects of Love starring David Essex.
As well as being a member of the Society of London Theatre and The League of Independent Producers Oliver is also a board member of York Theatre Royal.
Henry Mason is a Director of Commercials, Film, and Television, shooting commercials for brands such as Nike, Mercedes Benz and T-Mobile, as well as working with sports stars such as Andy Murray, Jensen Button and Lewis Hamilton, along with directing television dramas Holby City, Myths and Hollyoaks. As well as shooting All That Way For Love in 2011, Henry directed Water Song which premiered at the TriBeCa Film Festival 2013 as part of the Bombay Sapphire Imagination Series.