Who we are

The Production Managers Forum (PMF) is the only professional organisation of its kind in the UK, serving as a vital resource for production managers working across a variety of locations and industry sectors. The PMF aims to engage the production manager community, providing networking, visibility and ongoing professional development opportunities to its members.

Originally created by the ABTT (Association of British Theatre Technicians) and the SMA (Stage Management Association) in 2000 and still actively promoted and supported by both organisations the PMF is now self-run. The organisation hosts regular meetings throughout the year, giving production managers a place to share knowledge and collaboratively discuss topics and challenges facing the PMF community. In 2013 lighting supplier White Light provided the PMF with this website as a gift to the organisation.

latest news

Production Co-ordinator – National Theatre Wales

National Theatre Wales is seeking to appoint a highly motivated and energetic individual for the following vacancy. Production Coordinator  The Production Co-ordinator is responsible for the effective production administration of all National Theatre Wales’ work....

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Technical Director – Disneyland Hong Kong

Disneyland Hong Kong are looking for a Technical Director on a 32 month contract. The Technical Director is responsible for the technical delivery of assigned live entertainment shows, events, and projects and is the central source of technical information and...

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Freelance Production Manager – Underbelly

Position: Production Manager Rate of Pay: £3000 flat fee, increasing significantly if involved in the full run of the Fringe Dates: Part time through June & July, on site 26/07 – 03/08. Optional involvement through the rest of the Fringe to 29/08 Description:...

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Head of Technical – The Boulevard Theatre

The Boulevard Theatre is the brainchild of Fawn James, a Director of Soho Estates, and granddaughter of Soho Estates’ founder Paul Raymond. The revived venue is located on the site where Paul Raymond opened the original Boulevard Theatre. Fawn intends to honour her...

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Production Supervisor – The O2

POSITION: Production Supervisor RATE OF PAY: £24-28,000 pa DATES: Application Deadline: 21st May 2019 LOCATION: The O2 Arena, London DESCRIPTION: The O2 Technical team are looking for a Production Supervisor to assist with delivering the production operation in the...

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