Landmark Productions was founded in 2003 by Anne Clarke, who continues to lead the company.
She is joined by Sara Cregan as Associate Producer and by a number of external consultants.
Anne Clarke – Producer
Sara Cregan – Associate Producer
Anne Clarke founded Landmark Productions, one of Ireland’s leading theatre producers, in 2003. Since then, the company has produced thirty-two plays – including seven Irish premieres and eighteen world premieres – in Ireland, and its productions have been seen on major stages overseas: at the Barbican, National Theatre and Royal Opera House in London; at the Edinburgh International Festival; and at St Ann’s Warehouse and at BAM, New York.
She has a long association with a number of Irish writers including Enda Walsh, Mark O’Rowe and the creator of Ross O’Carroll-Kelly, Paul Howard.
Anne is a board member of Cork Midsummer Festival and The Lir Academy. She received the Special Tribute Award in The Irish Times Theatre Awards for 2015, in recognition of her work as ‘a producer of world-class theatre in the independent sector in Ireland’.
Sara Cregan is a Dublin-based producer. She has been Associate Producer with Landmark Productions since 2011 where she has worked across numerous productions including Asking for It based on the novel by Louise O’Neill, The Approach by Mark O’Rowe and Ross O’Carroll Kelly’s Postcards from the Ledge.
Sara also works in a freelance capacity and recent credits include Thirst (and other bits of Flann) at The Peacock (nominated for Best Ensemble, Irish Theatre Awards 2018), and To Hell in a Handbag for Jonathan White and Helen Norton at Bewleys, Edinburgh Fringe and Irish/UK tour.
Sara is a board member of Theatre Forum.
Consultants & Services
General Manager | Pádraig Heneghan
Publicist | Sinead O’Doherty, O’Doherty Communications
Marketing | Sinead McPhillips
Buisness Development Adviser | Úna Carmody
Production Manager | Eamonn Fox
Graphic Design | Gareth Jones
Accounts & Book-keeping | Jonathan White
Auditors | Laura Fallon, KSi Faulkner Orr Ltd