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Tobias Round

Tobias Round’s diverse résumé in the entertainment industry has been shaped over a 20-year career through his key involvement in some of London’s outstanding theatrical productions. His experience includes a succession of innovative, critically acclaimed and dazzling shows; crossing straight theatre, musicals and dance. 

Through the past decade a string of West End successes have added to his credits. These include the transfer of Hampstead Theatre’s sold-out production of Di and Viv and Rose to the Vaudeville, The Royal Opera House’s The Wind in the Willows at the Duchess - then again at the Vaudeville (where it won Olivier Award), What You Will with Roger Rees at the Apollo, Death and the Maiden at the Comedy with Thandie Newton, the Trevor Nunn directed Birdsong at the Comedy, The Little Dog Laughed with Tamsin Greig, Rupert Friend and Gemma Arterton at the Garrick, Three Days of Rain at the Apollo with James McAvoy and Nigel Harman, the Donmar’s transfer of Piaf to the Vaudeville, Year of the Rat at the West Yorkshire Playhouse, Swimming with Sharks with Christian Slater at the Vaudeville and Hound of the Baskervilles at the Duchess. A recent hit, with packed houses and 5-star reviews, was a 9-month run at the Dominion of An American in Paris.

During his time as the Donmar Warehouse’s General Manager his production versatility and fluency were polished as he supported the artistic vision and eclectic programming of Michael Grandage, Tobias was involved in the gestation of almost 20 Donmar plays and musicals including West End transfers such as Guys and Dolls at the Piccadilly with Ewan McGregor, Frost/Nixon, Grand Hotel, John Mortimer’s Voyage Round My Father, Peter Oswald’s version of Schiller’s Mary Stuart, and Patrick Marber’s After Miss Julie

Tobias came into the industry through Columbia Artists Management and IMG in New York, Paris and London, with a remit for classical music and international touring. Once based in the UK full-time, he became the Executive Producer for Mathew Bourne’s ground-breaking and internationally acclaimed dance company, Adventures in Motion Pictures before spending time on the board of Wayne McGregor’s Random Dance Company. Most recently, Tobias was the General Manager for Dominic Dromgoole’s new company, Classic Spring, during its ambitious, year-long season of Oscar Wilde revivals at The Vaudeville.