Julius Green

Julius Green has numerous West End plays and musicals to his credit as a theatre producer. In 2001 he produced the twelve-week Agatha Christie Theatre Festival, uniquely presenting a repertoire of Christie’s complete plays as then known, and in 2006 he created the Agatha Christie Theatre Company.
He studied history at Corpus Christi College, Cambridge, and is a Fellow of the Birkbeck Centre for Contemporary Theatre, University of London. He has served on the Board of Management of the Society of London Theatre and the Board of Directors of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe and is a director of the Academy of Circus Arts.

Julius is a regular columnist for The Stage newspaper and was invited by HarperCollins to write the introduction to a new edition of Agatha Christie’s The Mousetrap and Other Plays celebrating The Mousetrap’s 60th anniversary in 2012. In the same year Oberon published his first book, How to Produce a West End Show, described by WhatsOnStage as ‘An exceptionally well-written, drily inflected and amusing book… full of useful words of wisdom’. He lives in Cambridge.

Books by Julius Green