About Us

Twenty Seven Productions is an independent production company, founded by Katie (Victoria) Gibson and Christopher Linton.


Gibson owns Twenty Seven Productions Live Ltd, with her main focus being ‘live’ and theatre work. An accomplished actor herself, she has an extensive list of credits on stage and screen as well as excellent experience in the behind the scenes promoting and organisation of live events. With experience in many historical properties around the UK, Gibson’s level of problem solving within ancient venues and monuments is second to none, and she brings this to every 27 production. 

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Co-founder of Twenty Seven Productions, writer / director Chris Linton took care of all things Twenty Seven Film until moving on to work on his own brand; Linton Pictures. Christopher has an impressive range of writer, director and editor credits, including the majority of Twenty Seven’s creative works. The Sanctuary (2014) is his directorial debut; which to date has received several exclusive screenings and award nominations. Christopher is also an established assistant director in film & television. He now has a number of feature film and large drama show credits to his name, including the likes of ITV’s ‘Vera’ and CBBC’s ‘Harriet’s Army’. 



Based in South Shields, Two Hats Productions is a Royal Television Society winning film production company. Two Hats specialise in creating engaging video content with a focus on impactful storytelling. We recently collaborated with them to produce the Industry music video for our production of Steel & Iron.



Based in the North East of England, Midnight Electronics supply just about any event you can think of, from theatrical productions to weddings, with their state of the art sound equipment. The prices are competitive and service is second to none. Midnight Electronics are responsible for the beautiful lighting and sound effects inside The Victoria Tunnel, for Hitler’s Headquarters. For more see 

space six

Space Six is a hub in the heart of Newcastle comprising of affordable individual studios and bookable rehearsal space for North East based performing artists. Twenty Seven have always worked within  Space Six’s walls when in The North East, as they continue to develop their wonderful studios and nurse creative projects and people from all over the country.
“We offer space, whether it be our studios, rehearsal rooms or shared workspace; all filled with like-minded individuals.”

Associate company – Laurence’s Tapas/Bar/Entertainment in Blyth, Northumberland is a theatrical eatery ran by Olivier award winning producer Jamie Eastlake. It’s mix of Mexican and Geordie tapas brings together worldly and local dishes. On its wee stage each week, you can see a range of up and coming musicians as well as a programme of theatre throughout the year.

DJW Talent is an actors agency based in Teesside, service actors worldwide in theatre, television and film. 
The team work closely with some of the most recognised casting directors in the business, striving to open doors for our actors and guide them through the industry every step of the way.

DJW are responsible for securing roles in award winning short films and also have fantastic working relationships with producers, directors and other professionals in theatre, television and film.

DJW Talent are proud to be part of the Tees Valley Screen, Steering Group under Northern Film + Media and are members of the London Lift-Off Film Festival Network, where one of our students was up for best actor in A Six & Two Threes at Pinewood studios, a production cast by DJW founder and company director Daniel-John Williams. DJW have worked with North East Comedy Hot house, BBC, Channel4 Sparks and countless more

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  1. Dear Victoria
    We (a small group of friends which includes Graeme Miles’ widow Annie) are currently working on a a tribute book to the late Gaeme Miles (1935 – 2013). Graeme known as the Teesside Bard who was a singer/songwriter.poet/artist who wrote hundreds of songs (in the ‘folk’ style – industrial/rural/humorous etc.) over his most prolific period (1955 – 1972) although he continued writing until the end of his life in 2013. Graeme was a grea advocate of Middlesbrough and the surrounding moorland areas: you may know some of his somgs? – The Clevelands, Ring of Iron, The Moulder’s Wedding, Yarm fair, The Procession, Guisboro Road (Four More Miles), The Lairdsfield Disaster, etc etc. Graeme has left us a great lecacy. I know that you are working on a Musical/Drama about Middlesbrough (with Alistair Griffin and Co) so thought you would be interested in our project. Good luck with your project.

    We are seeking support/backing and funding for our Graeme Miles project. We would appreciate your consideration of this matter. I would be pleased to give you firther information on Graeme Miles and the work we are doing.

    Go well. Regards

    Albert Elliot
    PS Joe Hamill of Cattle and Cane was the first recipient of the Graeme Miles Bursary (administered by the EFDSS) set up after Graemes deathe in 2013.


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