Neal Street Productions

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Neal Street Productions
Subsidiary of All3Media
Industry Film
Founded 2003
Founders Sam Mendes
Pippa Harris
Caro Newling
Headquarters UK

Neal Street Productions is a British film, television and theatre production company. The company was set up in 2003 by Sam Mendes, Pippa Harris and Caro Newling.[1] Nicolas Brown joined in 2013 to work across the film and TV portfolio.[2] The company's movies include Revolutionary Road, Jarhead and Starter for 10. Their TV dramas include the award-winning Stuart: A Life Backwards with Tom Hardy and Benedict Cumberbatch, Penny Dreadful and Call the Midwife. In theatre Neal Street has produced The Bridge Project, Shrek the Musical and the London West End musical of Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, directed by Sam Mendes.

Call the Midwife’s fourth series averaged over 11 million (UK) viewers and during its run was the UK’s most watched TV programme. Penny Dreadful was written by John Logan and starred Josh Hartnett, Eva Green, Timothy Dalton and Rory Kinnear. The Hollow Crown is a series of Shakespeare films for the BBC/PBS, starring Ben Whishaw, Tom Hiddleston, Jeremy Irons, Benedict Cumberbatch, Judi Dench, Hugh Bonneville, Keeley Hawes and Sophie Okonedo.