A new independent Production Company working in the recorded and live Arts, in the UK and internationally. Its vision is to develop new stories by new and established talent and to offer broadcaster and producers new and alternative stories.
Kyriacos and Company is headed by Kerry Kyriacos Michael. A Director, Producer and up until September 2017, Artistic Director of Theatre Royal Stratford East for the last 13 years.
With Kerry's extensive experience in developing and commissioning diverse talent in the UK, KYRIACOS AND COMPANY will specialize in developing ideas across all spaces that have diverse stories and talent at their core.
As a new kid on the block, it hopes to bring fresh ideas and new connections to the world of Broadcasting.
KYRIACOS AND COMPANY have little ambition to work in isolation.
When it comes to the delivery of the programmes, they will work in partnership, co-producing with independents and broadcasters who have the best track record within specific genres.
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Africa. 30 new pieces of work made by 30
artists and filmed by 30 film makers.
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Kerry, a second-generation North London Cypriot, was Artistic Director & Chief Executive of Theatre Royal Stratford East (TRSE) from Sept 2004 to Sept 2017. For 13 years, he forged the Theatre’s commitment to develop new work & provide a platform for voices under-represented. His inaugural season was nominated for an Olivier Award for ‘a powerful season of provocative work that reaches new audiences.’ Its hip-hop production Pied Piper won an Olivier that year, and Kerry’s production of Cinderella was nominated for an Olivier, the first pantomime nominated in the Awards’ history. Other nominations since then include You Me Bum Bum Train, Roadkill, Oh What A Lovely War & The Government Inspector.
In March 2018 Kerry won Artistic Director Of The Year at the OFF WEST END Awards, and in April he was awarded the Freedom of the City of London.
In the 2018 Queen's Birthday Honours List, he was made a Member of the Most Excellent Order of the British Empire (MBE) for services to the Arts.