Mrs Lowry and Son

Moya has always believed that there is a natural cross-over between film and screen and we are delighted to have joined with Debbie Gray of Genesius Pictures (Northern Soul, The More you Ignore Me) to produce, Mrs […]

Mary Stuart

Opening 13 January – 31 March 2018
★★★★ The Observer
★★★★ Time Out
★★★★ The Mail on Sunday
★★★★ The Stage
Following a critically acclaimed, sold-out season at the Almeida Theatre in 2016-17, Robert Icke’snew adaptation of Mary Stuart transfers to the Duke of York’s Theatre in […]

Long Day’s Journey Into Night

Opening  27 January 2018 – 7 April 2018
★★★★ The Guardian
Following its sold out run as part of Bristol Old Vic’s 250th Anniversary season, Jeremy Irons and Lesley Manville reprise their roles in Richard Eyre’s acclaimed production of Eugene O’Neill’s Pulitzer prize-winning […]


★★★★ ‘Toby Stephens is brilliant’ – The Times, ★★★★ ‘A fast-paced, quick-witted intellectual thriller. Remarkable’ – The Independent, ★★★★ Lydia Leonard is excellent’ – Evening Standard, ★★★★‘A drama-filled dream of peace and diplomacy’- Metro,★★★★ ‘Watch, […]

Hunting of the Snark

★★★★ ‘this is gleeful fun, performed with fleet-footed precision and vivacity’ – The Times,★★★★ ‘most impressive’ – Broadway World,★★★★ ‘a lively and charming piece of theatre’ – The Stage,★★★★ ‘this show is completely charming and […]


★★★★  Daily Telegraph  ★★★★  Daily
Mail  ★★★★  Metro  ★★★★   The Times
★★★★ What’s On Stage

Director: Anthony Banks
Lighting: Howard Hudson
Sound: Ben and Max Ringham
Designer: David Woodhead
Writer: Patrick Hamilton

Buried Child

★★★★  The Mail on Sunday, The FT –
Critics Choice, ★★★★★ CityAM, 
★★★★ The Times, ★★★★ Time Out, 
★★★★ Metro, ★★★★ London Theatre
★★★★ British Theatre Guide, 
★★★★ London Evening Standard, 
★★★★ What’s On Stage 
★★★★ The Stage, The I – Critics Choice 

Actors: Ed Harris, AmyMadigan, Jeremy Irvine, […]


‘All performances are outstanding and the direction inspired. This is a real gem of engrossing, enlightening and entertaining theatre. Go see.’ ★★★★ Islington Gazette
‘Mark Wienman’s promising debut play’- The Stage
‘a top-notch actors’ director’ – ‘Jamieson is flat-out superb’- What’s […]

Dark Night in Dalston

‘Brilliant… A wry, touching play with a surprising climax’ ★★★★ West End Wilma
‘Steward Permutt’s script is full of laugh out loud moments’ ★★★★ Londonist 
‘a dark comedy that will have audiences intrigued’ ★★★★ LondonTheatre1
‘a bleakly humorous […]

The Mentalists

The Mentalists by Richard Bean was MOYA’s first West End production.

MOYA was the Associate Producer for Greene Light Stage (formerly Old Vic Productions), and it marked their fourth collaboration with director Abbey Wright (Mrs Lowry & Son, […]

Peter Pan

The Interior Designers Pantomime: PETER PAN AND THE DESIGNERS OF THE CARIBBEAN was performed by a host of interior designers over 4 days in aid of the NSPCC. The event was General Managed by MOYA. The […]

Crushed Shells and Mud

MOYA returned to Southwark Playhouse to General Manage Russell Bolam’s production of Crushed Shells & Mud, by Ben Musgrave. The production reunited MOYA with previous company members Simon Lenagan, and rising star, Alex Lawther (The Imitation Game, Departure).

England trembles […]

Blue on Blue

Blue on Blue by Chips Hardy was originally written by Chips for his son, the actor Tom Hardy. This production was performed at the Tristan Bates Theatre, Covent Garden, and was General Managed by MOYA […]


★★★★   What’s On Stage
The Telegraph ★★★★
MOYA returned to Trafalgar Studio 2 to produce BOA, by Clara Brennan. The production brought acting legend, Dame Harriet Walter, and her husband, Guy Paul, to one of London’s […]

The Glass Supper

After the success of Mrs Lowry & Son, MOYA produced a second play by the BAFTA nominated writer, Martyn Hestford, The Glass Supper. which premiered at the Hampstead Theatre, Downstairs and starred Michelle Collins, Michael […]

The Australian Plays: Holiday and The Eisteddfod

Moya Productions and tackroom theatre are thrilled to present the UK premieres of Holiday by Raimondo Cortese and The Eisteddfod by Lally Katz. This double-bill showcases the work of two of the most exciting and […]