Tabitha Piggott is a production manager for theatre and opera, with a particular passion for new writing. She is a production manager with eStage, and regularly works with the National Theatre and Bush Theatre. Most recently she was Deputy Production Manager on the acclaimed West End revival of The Pillowman, by Martin McDonagh.
Other recent credits include:
Faun (Cardboard Citizens, UK Tour); Animal (Park Theatre/ Tour); Only an Octave Apart (Wilton's Music Hall); All of Us, Barrier(s), Connections 2022 (National Theatre); Favour (Clean Break / Bush Theatre); Paradise Now!, Red Pitch, Overflow (Bush Theatre); Winner's Curse, The 4th Country (Park Theatre); The Boys are Kissing, Moreno (Theatre503); The Dancing Master (Buxton Opera House).
Tabitha was production manager for Papatango's Old Bridge, by Igor Memic, at the Bush Theatre in autumn 2021, which won the Olivier Award for Outstanding Achievement in Affiliate Theatre, as well as multiple playwrighting awards for Memic.
She has also worked extensively at LAMDA as both a freelance production manager, and as a cover production management tutor, and enjoys working with students and young people to develop a love of making theatre.
Additionally, Tabitha enjoys working in TV as a 3rd Assistant Director on productions such as Alex Rider 2 (Eleventh Hour Films/Amazon Prime), and Shetland Series 7 (ITV).
Tabitha trained at LAMDA on the Production and Technical Arts course as a Leverhulme Arts Scholar, specialising in Production Management. She has a BA(Hons) in Philosophy from King's College London, where she also ran the King's Players as Director of Development from 2017-2018.