16 January 2017

View from the board: Rosemary Squire, ATG

If you have seen The Lion King, The Book of Mormon or a Christmas panto you have dealt with ATG. The business is a behemoth in UK live entertainment, presenting about 40 productions a year and owning and running local ­theatres from Brighton to Sunderland, 10 West End ­venues such as the Donmar Warehouse and ­London’s largest theatre, the Apollo Victoria – home to Wicked. Its partner company Sonia Friedman Productions brought Benedict Cumberbatch to the London stage as Hamlet, while its ticketing business makes around 11 million transactions a year.


Moves: Linklaters hires DLA Piper real estate head

Move of the week Linklaters has appointed Carsten Loll to the firm as a partner. Munich-based Loll was formerly international real estate head at DLA Piper, having joined the firm in 2010 from Hogan Lovells. At Linklaters Loll will work alongside German practice group head Wolfram Krüger and the firm’s two other real estate partners […]

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