Aiming to create a platform for rising star talent: actors, writers & directors. We produce play readings, poetry evenings and plays in theatres across London that give rising star actors, writers and directors the opportunity to meet, perform, learn and network with each other and with established talent, showcasing exceptional writing. “You were extraordinarily patient and professional throughout, I can't tell you how much I admire your coolness and your persistence.” Robert Schenkkan to Platform Presents
We have recently been featured in:'Why so many Hollywood actresses are turning producers'
Harper's Bazaar 2018'Gala Gordon Talks about Blueberry Toast at Soho Theatre'
Theatre Weekly 2018'Theatre review: Blueberry Toast at Soho Theatre, W1'
The Times 2018
Gala Gordon is an English actress. After graduating from Guildhall School of Music & Drama, Gordon made her professional stage debut playing the lead role of Irina in Benedict Andrews’ production of Chekhov’s Three Sisters at the Young Vic. Since then she has appeared on stage in 'The Blinding Light' at The Jermyn Street Theatre, in ITV series, ‘Endeavour,' as Christine Keeler in 'The Crown' and in feature films ‘Kids in Love’ and ‘White Island.’ Gala is represented by 42 Management and UTA.
Isabella started her career at M&C Saatchi, then went on to become Publisher, then Editor-in-Chief of ArtReview Magazine. Since 2003, Isabella, through companies she co-founded – Arts Co and A&B Productions – has produced critically lauded rising star talent programmes, art exhibitions & programmes, fashion programmes, artist in residence programmes, short films and theatrical productions. Isabella is a strategic advisor to the BFC Fashion Trust, the British Film Institute, and a Trustee of The Bush Theatre.
Adwoa Aboah "A non-profit company dedicated to championing emerging talent from all backgrounds, it’s principles directly resonate with my personal interests. “I’m passionate about creating a space for people to be heard - particularly women,” [Gala Gordon] explained to me. “Right now is such an exciting time of change, where women and collectives are celebrated for their challenging new ideas, and it is our responsibility to support that." British Vogue 2018.