We operate over 50 venues across Britain, the US and Germany.
Our portfolio includes historic West End theatres such as the Duke of York’s, Harold Pinter, Piccadilly, Savoy, the Apollo Victoria and the Lyceum, home to Wicked and The Lion King respectively. We also operate venues across the UK in major cities such as Birmingham, Bristol, Edinburgh, Glasgow, Liverpool, Manchester and many more. We have recently secured the contract to programme, present and operate two music-focused arenas. The historic Globe in Stockton, and the brand-new Digital Arena on the waterside in Swansea.
In Europe, we operate theatres in Berlin, Cologne, Düsseldorf and Bochum. In addition, we’re delighted that Harry Potter and the Cursed Child has chosen one of our venues, the Mehr! Theater in Hamburg, for its first ever non-English production, which we will produce and open in spring 2020.
In the US, we run two theatres on Broadway and manage venues in Brooklyn, New Orleans, San Antonio, Boston and Houston. ATG operates the two venues presenting Harry Potter and the Cursed Child in the US: the Lyric Theatre on Broadway and the Curran Theatre in San Francisco.
ATG in Europe
With its theatres as well as the production and presentation of shows, musicals and concerts, the Mehr-BB Entertainment Group, based in Duesseldorf and headed by producer and CEO Maik Klokow, is one of the largest hosts of live entertainment in the German-speaking countries.
ATG in North America
Currently under the leadership of Stephen Lewin (CEO North America) and Kristin Caskey (EVP, Content & Creative), ATG North America has a portfolio of eight venues and more than 80 full time employees, with a head office in New York City.
Since 2007, ATG has firmly established itself as a leading producer and venue operator in North America. ATG has successfully produced numerous London to Broadway transfers, as well as many home grown Broadway productions. ATG’s most recent Broadway producing credits include Sunday in the Park with George and the Lincoln Center’s The King and I. Other notable productions: The Mountaintop starring Samuel L. Jackson and Angela Bassett, Exit The King starring Geoffrey Rush and Susan Sarandon.
In 2013, ATG acquired its first Broadway venue the Lyric Theatre, now the Broadway home of Harry Potter and The Cursed Child Parts I & II.
In September 2015, ATG acquired ACE Theatrical Group (ACE), a company which specialized in the operation, design, development and construction of world class, live performance venues throughout North America, including in Brooklyn, New Orleans and San Antonio.
In February 2017, ATG, in partnership with Millennium & Copthorne Hotels plc, re-opened the historic Hudson Theatre. This landmark venue, which had not been an operating theatre in over fifty years, was brought back to its former glory by ATG as a jewel-box playhouse in the heart of Broadway. The theatre underwent significant front-of-house improvements as well as numerous backstage and technical upgrades, which has transformed The Hudson into a leading Broadway theatre and destination for producers, directors, actors and creative teams. The venue opened with ATG’s own production of Sunday in the Park with George starring Jake Gyllenhaal.
ATG’s most recent acquisition in North America is the Emerson Colonial Theatre in Boston. The theatre has long been used to house touring Broadway productions as well as being the venue for a number of pre-Broadway premieres including Oklahomaand The Follies. Following a refurbishment over the past two years, the theatre reopened summer 2018 with the pre-Broadway world premiere engagement of Moulin Rouge! The Musical.
ATG continues to be interested in numerous opportunities across North America.