AGPR is the trading name of Alexandra Gammie, theatre publicist working in London and at the Edinburgh Festival since 1996, primarily on new plays.
Alex has unparalleled experience publicising high quality Off West End theatre productions, with excellent contacts across all media and a thorough approach that makes all the difference in getting a show noticed in a highly competitive market.
You can use this site to access printable press releases and high resolution images for all AGPR current projects. Alternatively, you can contact AGPR via phone or e-mail.
Alex co-founded and ran the first English language theatre company in the Czech Republic, Black Box Theatre, from 1991 – 1995. Following this, Alex worked for a year at Town House Publicity as assistant to Mary Fulton on the Peter Hall Company Season at The Old Vic, primarily responsible for the new play strand under Dominic Dromgoole. Productions worked on include David Rabe’s Hurlyburly, Waste, Waiting for Godot, King Lear, April de Angelis’ Playhouse Creatures and Prayers of Sherkin by Sebastian Barry.
Alex left THP to become the Press and Publicity Manager at The Bush Theatre from 1997-2000, responsible for all aspects of press and marketing at this celebrated West London new writing theatre. Alex handled eighteen new productions in this period, including Howie the Rookie by Mark O’Rowe, In Flame by Charlotte Jones, Resident Alien by Tim Fountain, The Maiden’s Prayer by Nicky Silver, Love You, Too by Doug Lucie, Mainstream by David Greig and Suspect Culture, Shang-a-Lang by Catherine Johnson and Filth by Irvine Welsh.
Since 2000, Alex has been a Freelance publicist for theatre and comedy productions at the Edinburgh Fringe and in London, some under the banner of Guy Chapman Associates and, increasingly, solo. Projects and clients have included Kneehigh Theatre (The Wooden Frock and The Bacchae); The Bush Theatre (returning as press representative since September 2004); Pandora 88 by Fabrik (for Scamp); The Drill Hall; Tara Arts; Unlimited Theatre; several productions at BAC (including Ben-Hur in December 2002); three productions at the Tricycle Theatre, Kilburn (including The Wexford Trilogy, co-produced with Oxford Stage Company) and several productions at Riverside Studios in Hammersmith. In Edinburgh, productions have included Fatboy, Bombshells and Taking Charlie (2004), Guy Masterson Productions (including 12 Angry Men in 2003) and Fascinating Aida.