In 2003 Brad spent nine months in Milwaukee alongside Andrew Empson as co-producer of the Harley-Davidson 100th Anniversary Concert. The concert, held on the shores of Lake Michigan, had an audience of 250,000. The concert was the culmination of a year of celebrations and was hosted by Dan Ackroyd with performances by Kid Rock, The Doobie Brothers, Tim McGraw and Elton John.
As Production Co-Ordinator for Stanhope Productions Brad worked on Walking with Dinosaurs, Tolstoy, The York Realist, Rubenstein Kiss, Royal Family, Telstar, Summer and Smoke, Mrs Warrens Profession, Lenny, Lady Windermere’s Fan, Fiddler on the Roof and Epitaph for George Dillon.
In 2007 Brad joined Andrew Empson once more to produce Rent: Remixed at London’s Duke of Yorks Theatre.
Between 20011 and 2016 Brad was Producer and latterly Interim Executive Producer for Curve Theatre, Leicester. During his time there he was Producer on the following shows: The King & I, The Long Road, the Lieutenant of Inishmore, 42nd Street, Buried Child, One Flew Over The Cuckoos Nest, Absurd Person Singular, Hello Dolly, Entertaining Mr Sloane, Obama the Mamba, Oliver!, The Butterfly Lion, Gypsy, Chicago, the Beauty Queen of Leenane, Sweeney Todd, The Dreaming, Hot Stuff, Piaf, The Sound of Music, Abigails Party, Rent, Annie, Hairspray, The Witches, The Twits, Grease, The Importance of Being Earnest, Sister Act, Breakfast at Tiffanys and Fantastic Mr Fox.
In 2015 Brad produced and toured two one-man shows. Crocodiles in Cream and My Dog’s Got No Nose.
Since 2018 Brad has worked as an Associate Producer and Tour Booker for P.W Productions. PW Productions are one of the West End's most prolific and significant theatre producers, responsible for some of the most successful UK theatre productions such as The Woman In Black and An Inspector Calls.
In 2020 he wrote, produced and starred in his own one man show 'We'll Have To Do It Again Then, Won't We?!'
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