John Carter

John-Webb, an Olivier nominated producer and one of the managing directors at Carter Dixon McGill Ltd, has carved a path in the theatre industry since his debut in 2011 with the critically acclaimed revival of Ragtime at the Landor Theatre back in 2011. His journey boasts prestigious affiliations with companies such as Cameron Mackintosh and Bill Kenwright Ltd, where he held the headed up the programming for Theatre Royal Windsor. Most recently John-Webb served as a theatrical agent for Galloways where he still acts as a consultant.

During the pandemic, John-Webb's standout achievements saw him recognised as one of fifteen West End producers named as the Rising Stars of the Future by Nimax Theatres and The Guardian newspaper. Prior to this, he founded the Theatre Producer Portal, a platform dedicated to bridging the financial connection between the commercial and subsidised sectors of theatre and film. Alongside Chris Cox John-Webb created the original show and IP of Wonderville Magic and Illusion which was one of the first shows to re open the West End as well as being CDM’s first official production.

Beyond his role at CDM, John-Webb's portfolio shines with notable credits including tour booking for Icarus Theatre, Blackeyed Theatre, The Original Theatre Company, and ASH Live. His producer credits extend to noteworthy productions like Club A Cappella at The Other Palace's Crazy Coq, Dark Sublime at Trafalgar Studios, and the acclaimed Ragtime at Landor Theatre. Additionally, he's lent his expertise to productions such as Aladdin at Waddon Theatre and It's Been Nice Knowing You at the Hospital Club.

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