Sir Stephen Waley-Cohen

Sir Stephen Harry Waley-Cohen, 2nd Baronet (born 22 June 1946) is a theatre owner-manager and producer, following a career as a businessman and financial journalist. He manages the Victoria Palace Theatre, St. Martin’s Theatre and the Ambassadors Theatre in London’s West End. He is the current producer of The Mousetrap, the world’s longest running play. In 1997, Waley-Cohen launched the education charity, Mousetrap Theatre Projects. The charity brings disadvantaged young people into the West End to experience theatre, and runs access, education and audience development programmes. The charity had taken over 100,000 young people to the theatre by 2012.


February 10, 2014
Language: English
Interviewed: Sir Stephen Waley-Cohen Giacomo Mantovani (Director / Producer) Crisina Isoli (Producer) EXIV (Editor / VFX)
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