Who we are

"It is so heartening that every generation throws up  new young theatre professionals driven by passion… I  am happy to support Baz at this exciting stage of  their development and have every trust that they will  continue to create work that we all want to see."
- Dame Harriet Walter

Baz Productions is run by Catherine Bailey, Sarah Bedi and Emma Luffingham

Our Patrons are John Caird and Dame Harriet Walter

Catherine Bailey

Catherine began her career at the age of 12 in the BBC series Uncle Jack. She then played Ilse in the RSC production of Spring Awakening, followed by a regular role in two series of The Wild House, nominated for Best Children’s comedy at the British Comedy Awards. Most recently she appeared as the evil Miss Wyckham in The Sarah Jane Adventures and as a series regular in House of Anubis. She is currently starring in The 39 Steps in the West End.

Catherine’s theatre credits include; 39 Steps at the Criterion, Twelfth Night at the Ludlow Festival, A Midsummer Night’s Dream at Middle Temple Hall (live televised), Hamlet with The Factory at The Rose, House of Agnes at Paines Plough, The Country Wife at Theatre Royal Haymarket, Walk Hard - Talk Loud at Tricycle Theatre, Sit and Shiver directed by Steven Berkoff at the New End Theatre & Hackney Empire, The Life & Times of Young Bob Scallion at Northcott Theatre, Exeter, ’Tis Pity She’s a Whore at the Young Vic and Spring Awakening at the Royal Shakespeare Company.

Television credits include: House of Anubis, The Sarah Jane Adventures, The Bill, Doctors, Eastenders, Holby City, My Family, The English Harem, Egypt, Rosemary & Thyme, 55 Degrees North, Urban Gothic, High Stakes, Peak Practice, The Infinite Worlds of H.G. Wells, and Residents. Her radio credits include ‘Tis Pity She’s a Whore and The Changeling.

Sarah Bedi

Director Sarah Bedi's recent work includes City Love (Vibrant Festival at the Finborough Theatre), SEN Festival 2012 (The Young Vic), Scratch My City (Soho Theatre), Macbeth (Baz Productions – nominated for Best Director, Best Production, Best Ensemble and Best Sound Design at the OffWestEnd Awards) and Iphigenia at Aulis (Year Out Drama Company).'

Emma Luffingham

Prophesy marks the 9th show Emma has produced, with credits in both London and the Edinburgh Fringe Festival, including Lady Julia at the Hen and Chickens for In The Lamplight. Most recently Emma produced Macbeth after joining Baz Productions in early 2010.

Emma has worked for the BBC for 5 years, previously as a Talent Rights Executive for Radio Drama and Comedy and in Development team of in-house Drama Production (Silk, Luther, Great Expectations, The Fades). Currently Emma is an Assistant Script Editor, working on projects such as The Paradise, What Remains and the Quirke series. Emma also works freelance as a Script Associate for The Screen Talent Agency and has recently received her MA in Modern and Contemporary Literature from Birkbeck, University of London.



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