Media Productions & Solutions International Limited (MPSI) are the Creators, Producers and General Managers of bespoke live entertainment in the UK and internationally.
Based in the breath-taking Somerset House on London’s famous Strand in the heart of Covent Garden, MPSI offers a bespoke service with over 30 years combined knowledge and experience of General Managing live entertainment and experiences in London’s performance spaces, regional venues and across the globe.
The company is currently Executive Producer and General Manager for Bat Out Of Hell The Musical, featuring the songs of Jim Steinman and Meat Loaf (World Première), winner of the ‘Best Musical’ Evening Standard Theatre Award. MPSI has taken the production from its World Première at the Manchester Opera House Theatre to the London Coliseum, Ed Mirvish Theatre in Toronto, Dominion Theatre in London, the Stage Metronom Theatre in Oberhausen, Germany and New York City Center Theater in NY. The production is now gearing up to embark on a UK Tour in 2021/22, including an international leg in Australia. Further international productions are currently in the pipeline and announcements on these will be made in the foreseeable future.
MPSI is also currently in pre-production for the following: A Lost Weekend presents…Human Traffic Live!, an immersive rave experience; Brando, a new play based on Marlon Brando’s life and work; a project using the music of the Grammy Award-winning Roy Orbison; and preliminary talks regarding Spider-Man: Turn Off The Dark and Finding Neverland, both anticipated for the UK in 2022/23.
The MPSI Company:
- Julian Stoneman
- Mark Green
- Jack Maple
- Rosey Mercer
Julian Stoneman and his Associates’ work within theatre and live entertainment have seen them amass such credits as: Sergei Polunin’s ballet Project Polunin (London Coliseum); Exposure the Musical (The Other Palace); Adam and Eve and Steve (Edinburgh International Fringe Festival) ; Pig Farm (The Other Palace); McQueen (World Première, The Other Palace / Haymarket Theatre); Follies In Concert (Royal Albert Hall); Urinetown (UK Première, The Other Palace / Apollo); Harvey (Haymarket); Let It Be (World Première, Prince of Wales/Savoy); Tell Me On A Sunday (Duchess); Rock Of Ages (UK Première, Shaftesbury / Garrick); Jersey Boys (UK Première, Prince Edward); Finding Neverland (World Première, Leicester Curve); Great Expectations (UK Tour / Ambassadors); Driving Miss Daisy (Wyndham’s / UK Tour); Cat On A Hot Tin Roof (Novello); Billy Elliot: The Musical (UK Première, Victoria Palace); Kristina (Royal Albert Hall); Mamma Mia! (World Première, Prince Edward / Prince of Wales); A Christmas Carol (Noel Coward); Aspects Of Love (World Première, Prince of Wales); Nine The Musical (Royal Festival Hall); The Caretaker (UK Tour / Pinter); City Of Angels (Prince of Wales); Closer (Lyric); Grease (Dominion / Cambridge / UK Tour); Lady In The Van (World Première (Sondheim); Miss Saigon (World Première, Drury Lane); Saturday Night Fever (World Première, Palladium / UK Tour); and Three Tall Women (Wyndhams).
Julian is also proud to have Co-Produced, for 6 years, the Laurence Olivier Awards.
In addition to MPSI, Julian Stoneman is the Director of Theatrical for Creative House Productions, whose credits include: Magic Mike Live in London; The View Upstairs (UK Première); and the upcoming live immersive event A Lost Weekend…Presents Human Traffic Live!
Julian Stoneman is also a patron of ICTheatre (Institute for Contemporary Theatre, Brighton), and is on the Campaign Board for Historic Royal Palaces, the independent charity that looks after the Tower of London, Hampton Court Palace, the Banqueting House, Kensington Palace, Kew Palace and Hillsborough Castle, Northern Ireland. Their aim is to help everyone explore the story of how monarchs and people have shaped society, in some of the greatest palaces ever built.