Becky Brown is a London-based Creative Producer and Event Manager specialising in large scale events, immersive experiences, brand activations and festivals.

Her portfolio includes projects for clients including M&C Saatchi, ITV, EA Games, Amazon, the National Theatre London, London Coffee Festival, Boomtown Fair, Huawei, the Tower of London, National Maritime Museum and more. Becky has worked internationally in the United States, the Netherlands, Belgium and Italy.

In 2019, Becky produced the creative content for the inaugural Legitimate Peaky Blinders curated by Steven Knight. Leading a vast team of world-class performers to create an original theatrical experience, the result was a festival for 20,000+ people over two days where the company’s performance received outstanding reviews in major national publications. Her work as Head of Producing for VAULT Festival saw the event’s biggest year yet as London’s largest arts festival welcomed more than 2000+ artists and close to 80,000 audience to the tunnels under Waterloo station. Setting up new Artist programmes and working strategically with sponsors, Becky and the team pushed the boundaries of possibility with more than 3000 performances over eight weeks.

As the International Production Manager for Allegra Events, Becky was responsible for building and maintaining relationships between Allegra Events, vendors across the United States and exhibitors at the New York and Los Angeles Coffee Festivals. She was the primary contact for over 150+ companies, solving problems as they arose and ensuring a smooth and enjoyable experience for all participants. Becky regularly manages brand experiences including an escape room for the launch of a device for Huawei, a live version of Resident Evil, an Alice in Wonderland inspired adventure for the opening of a Harvey Nichols store and an interactive installation for an ITV premiere.

In her role as Creative Producer for SPECIFIQ, Becky created numerous events and productions including Spaces to Create at the National Theatre, The ‘Neath and RUCKUS at VAULT Festival, Raising Suspicions at Tower Bridge Engine Rooms and Mystery at the Museum at the National Maritime Museum. She is often invited to speak on panels as an expert in the immersive industry including at international conferences such as Historic Royal Palaces’ Relevance Conference and Zurich University of the Arts ‘Gaming in Theatre’ conference. Becky is the driving force behind The Gunpowder Plot, the UK’s network for interactive and immersive industries. SANDBOX: Immersive Worlds and Playable Spaces brought together industry professionals from companies such as Punchdrunk, the Department and Coney for the Gunpowder Plot’s inaugural symposium. Becky created the Take My Hand programme to offer opportunities for students and professionals to participate in hands-on workshops with leading industry specialists.

Becky specialises in complex audience journeys and developing systems for site-specific and interactive experiences. She created the show running system and was the first show manager for The Crystal Maze Live in central London. With Theatre Delicatessen, Becky production managed SPACED: A Theatre Souk, a festival featuring exciting new immersive theatre companies. Becky joined the differencEngine team as the General Manager for their sold-out nine month run of HEIST, an interactive theatre/gaming experience at Marylebone Gardens and for The People’s Revolt at the Tower of London. She worked with Lemonade and Laughing Gas on their 14 week pop-up dining and bar experience based on the popular television series Twin Peaks, The Owls Are Not What They Seem.

As an educator, Becky is proud to offer workshops, mentorship schemes and lecturing series working with universities, drama schools and professional companies to tailor make programmes which best suit their needs.