Neil Adleman advises clients throughout the theatre industry, both in the UK and abroad.
“Neil Adleman is described as “efficient and consistent” and is recognised for his keen negotiation style and commitment to furthering clients’ interests.” Chambers UK, 2013
With many years of experience as a theatre lawyer, his clients include producers, theatre owners and operators, subsidised sector venues and touring companies, drama schools, trade associations, composers, playwrights and directors.
He is Chairman of Sheffield Theatres Trust, and a trustee of Stage One (the Theatre Investment Fund), The Peggy Ramsay Foundation, and the Split Infinitive Trust.
Neil’s recent work highlights include advising on West End productions of Wicked, Billy Elliot, The Ladykillers, worldwide productions of War Horse and Broadway transfers including Ghost and One Man, Two Guvnors.
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Recognised in the Legal Experts Guide 2012 for Media and Entertainment Leading individual in theatre, band 1
Clients applaud Neil Adleman as 'Pure theatre through and through; we trust him implicitly'.
Neil Adleman knows the theatre business inside out.
Leading individual, Theatre: “Has in-depth knowledge of theatre production”
“Highly regarded” theatre lawyer and recommended in TMT: Media and Entertainment
Neil Adleman is described as "efficient and consistent" and is recognised for his keen negotiation style and commitment to furthering clients' interests.
Clients draw attention to his great industry knowledge and exceptional commerciality.
'Highly regarded' theatre lawyer Neil Adleman is advising West End productions Singin' in the Rain and The Ladykillers, and international productions including the Broadway production of Ghost.