2006 started out as an interesting year. Our major project was www.showsreunited.com – which is the online reunion service for the entertainment industries. Users of the site can create an account, create their profile, then search and attach relevant TV shows, film productions, music projects or theatre productions to their profile. They can then search and contact similar users or previous work colleagues as a means of networking and building social networking groups. The site was the brainchild of Kris Lythgoe, son of famous producer Nigel who has a wealth of experience in the entertainment industry.
2007 saw us undertake out first major projects for Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Really Useful group. First up was and Joseph and the Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat, closely followed by Sound of Music the musical. Both shows were big West End hits and we were commissioned to build their online presence. Both shows no longer run in the West End but the sites can still be found online (www.josephthemusical.com, www.thesoundofmusiclondon.com.