Thomas Hopkins

Thomas Hopkins is a producer and general manager who owns and operates THP and Ginger Quiff Media. Thomas studied at Middelsex University & Urdang Academy. His credits include:

Productions with Ginger Quiff Media The 50th anniversary concert of Godspell by Stephen Schwartz starring Ruthie Henshall & Sam Tutty ( BroadwayHD), the OnComm award winning production of Rose by Martin Sherman Starring Dame Maureen Lipman( Sky Arts & BroadwayHD), Falling Stars starring Peter Polycarpou & Sally Ann Triplett ( Stream.Theatre / Digital Theatre), We Need A little Christmas starring Dame Maureen Lipman, Simon Callow & Denise Welch (, Scaramouch Jones by Justin Butcher starring Shane Richie ( ,Closer Than Ever By Maltby & Shire starring Lee Mead , Dalton Harris, Kerry Ellis and Grace Mouat (BroadwayHD),

Productions with THP Anthology starring Luke Evans by Conor Mitchell (The Actors Church Covent Garden) Make Me A Song by William Finn ( New Players Theatre, London) starring Frances Ruffelle, Sally Ann- Triplet & Louise Dearman, Mathilde By Conor Mitchell, Directed by Simon Callow ( Edinburgh & a reading at The Vaudeville Theatre London) Kurt & Sid with Danny Dyer and Shaun Evans ( The Trafalgar Studios London), Smokey Joes Café with Kym Mazell , Closer Than Ever with Ria Jones and Claire Burt , Tomorrow Morning with Julie Atherton and Jon Lee, The 50th anniversary production of Andrew Lloyd Webber’s By Jeeves ( All productions at The Landor Theatre London), My Trip Down The Pink Carpet starring Lesley Jordan ( The Apolllo Theatre) Country Music & T5 by Simon Stephens ( The Omnibus Theatre London) The Funny Girls ( reading at The Coliseum Theatre London) As associate producer Private Peaceful (The Garrick Theatre, Bristol Old Vic & The Barn Theatre).

As General Manager & Casting Director –

Lady Chatterley’s Lover A New Musical (The Shaftesbury Theatre / Stream.Theatre), Too Close To The Sun (The Comedy Theatre), A Tale Of Two Cities (Filmed at The Theatre Royal Brighton for PBS America), Bent ( The Landor Theatre).