As a producer: Lizzie Siddal (Arcola); IN THE NEXT ROOM or the vibrator play (St. James); Farragut North, Someone Who’ll Watch Over Me, Floyd Collins (long-listed for the Ned Sherrin Award for Best Musical at the Evening Standard Awards), The Belle’s Stratagem (Southwark Playhouse), The Kissing-Dance (Jermyn Street), Austentatious (Landor), Singalong series (Theatre Museum, Kids Week in the West End), Fashion Show (V&A) and Snappy Title (Cochrane) a charity concert of material from new British musicals. The Kissing-Dance (Jermyn Street) was the first show to be produced by Peter Huntley Productions. Peter helped curate video content for Theatre & Performance galleries at the V&A.
During his apprenticeship Peter worked as a Production Assistant for Sonia Friedman Productions and the Really Useful Theatre Company on La Cage Aux Folles (West End and Broadway), Jerusalem, Legally Blonde The Musical, All My Sons, La Bête, Love Never Dies, Priscilla Queen of the Desert, The Book of Mormon (Broadway) and The Wizard of Oz. His apprenticeship ended in November 2010 and he returned to Sonia Friedman Productions as Production Associate working on The Children’s Hour, Much Ado About Nothing, Top Girls and the revival of Jerusalem. In Summer 2012, Peter was Touring Associate at Shakespeare’s Globe Theatre, working on Hamlet, As You Like It, Henry V and Anne Boleyn.