Thierry Suc is a succesful concert producer for over 30 years, and he produces top french artists such as Jean-Jacques Goldman, Mylène Farmer, Vanessa Paradis, Calogero, Zazie, Henri Salvador, Kendji Girac, Etienne Daho, Raphaël, Yannick Noah, Juliette Gréco, Emmanuel Moire, Axelle Red, Claude Nougaro, MC Solaar, Irma as well as international artists such as Stevie Wonder, Santana, George Benson, Marianne Faithfull, David Bowie, Deep Purple and Cock Robin.
In 2000, he expands his production activities to include musicals, theatre and one man shows. Valérie Lemercier, Florence Foresti, Muriel Robin, Eric Antoine, Jonathan Lambert, Baptiste Lecaplain, Max Boublil, as well as « Les Choristes », « Le Soldat Rose », Balé de Rua, Swan Lake, and the musical « RESISTE ».
Thierry Suc invested in the stage production of the cult film « Priscilla », that has played in Sydney, Toronto, London, Milan, Sao Paulo, and on Broadway. He’s also the only european investor in Sting’s Broadway musical « The Last Ship ».
In 2015 a new adventure began for Thierry Suc when his companies integrated the entertainment group Trois-S, a major leader in its field.
Fimalac Entertainment’s unique skill-set and infrastructure has enabled it to encompass 10 production specialist companies at the service of artists and artistic projects, as well as 55 facilities of varying kinds (performance venues, aquatic complexes, exhibition halls and conference centres), 4 Parisian theatres, and a function support service that includes financial, legal, IT, HR, booking, marketing, sponsoring and ticketing services. The group presently supports over 200 artists and creative projects, and Fimalac Entertainment’s unique positioning has made it the premier French player in live production in its territory.
Garry has had a distinguished career in theatre for more than forty years, almost 25 as a producer. He has mounted, produced and/or managed large-scale musicals such as Disney’s Beauty and the Beast, The Boy from Oz and Showboat, and toured international shows including Tap Dogs, Slava’s Snowshow, Mums the Word, Gumboots, Fosse, Shaolin Monks of China, Matthew Bourne’s Swan Lake, Jerry Seinfeld, and Circus Oz. Most notably, Garry is lead producer and managing partner for Priscilla Queen of the Desert the Musical, the Broadway and West End show which was launched in Australia in 2006 and went on to play two seasons in Sydney, Melbourne and Auckland. Priscilla has since become Australia’s most successful theatrical export of all time and returned to Sydney in 2018.
The show ran for three years in London’s West End and was seen by over 600,000 people on Broadway. There have been seasons in Milan and Rome, Sao Paulo, Stockholm, Athens, Buenos Aires, Seoul, Amsterdam, Manila, Madrid, Singapore, Tokyo, Munich, Paris, Cape Town, Johannesburg and Hong Kong and tours of North American, UK and Italy. Priscilla is presently performing on the high seas with Norwegian Cruise Lines, is currently touring the United Kingdom and will return to North America in 2021.
Through RGM Productions Garry has produced the world premiere of Ingmar Bergman’s Academy Award-winning film Through A Glass Darkly at the Almeida Theatre in London (with Ruth Wilson), and the Atlantic Theatre Company in New York (with Carey Mulligan). He produced the UK tour and Canadian premiere of The Two Worlds of Charlie F (based on the stories of and performed by injured ex-sick soldiers) and a contemporary family musical comedy adaptation of The Hunting Of The Snark for family audiences – the show premiered on London’s West End in the Summer of 2017 before heading out on an Australasian tour in 2018.
RGM produced the West End transfer of Olivier nominated Songs for Nobodies, starring Bernadette Robinson in the highly acclaimed one-woman show. They are the international bookers and managers of Australian shows The Tap Pack, which played Sadler’s Wells last year, and cabaret musical Velvet. RGM is the international producer of Jean Paul Gaultier’s new musical Fashion Freak Show, which premiered at London’s Southbank in July 2019, followed by Russia in January 2020, playing at St Petersburg and Moscow. RGM also holds the international booking rights to Britain’s Got Talent finalists Another Kind of Blue’s Flirt with Reality which came to London’s Sadler’s Wells in July 2019 after it’s world premiere in The Hague. RGM also books and manages international productions of the West End hit musical, Everybody’s Talking About Jamie.
Garry headed the Production course at NIDA for a decade and has enjoyed an unbroken relationship with the school extending for almost 4 decades including two terms as a member of the Board.
TEG MJR is owned by Sydney-based TEG, which is Asia Pacific’s leading live entertainment, ticketing and technology business and has a fast growing global presence. Our tours collectively have stopped at hundreds of world class event spaces, from stadium shows in New Zealand, castles in Wales, vineyard shows in Australia to open air concerts under the stars in the Middle East.
To further support the growth in our concert operation, we own and operate multiple award-winning venues across the UK including Tramshed in Cardiff and The Mill in Birmingham. This gives us the ability to develop talent and refine event formats at ‘home’, to spread across new markets internationally in the future. In addition to being respected promoters of traditional live music events, we are one of the fastest growing creative event producers in the world. With JVs and license deals for some of the largest brands and IP in popular culture, TEG MJR presents multiple exhibitions, theatrical tours and immersive attractions across the globe.