Crash Course in Producing


with Ameena Hamid

3 week course

3rd August – 17th August


7 – 9pm

Location: Online

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Crash Course in Producing

With Ameena Hamid

Spend three sessions learning about what goes in a producer’s toolkit. We’ll cover everything from what goes into a show from page to stage, branding your production company or yourself as a producer and honing your producing style.  In week one, you’ll learn about starting out and setting up as a producer. Week two will cover money and production from Arts Council bids to investment. Finally, week three will cover working with artists, buildings and teams.
You’ll also get a selection of useful resources and templates to help you put into practice what is covered in the sessions.



3 week course

Tuesday 3rd August

Tuesday 10th August

Tuesday 17th August

Time: 7 – 9pm

Where: Online


About Ameena:

Ameena is a London based creative producer, general manager, festival curator and facilitator. Her work focuses on putting underrepresented voices centre stage and she is particularly passionate about increasing inclusivity and representation in theatre. She has been heralded as “a true role model to the future generations” by Official London Theatre.
At just 21, Ameena is the youngest producer currently working and youngest ever female producer on the West End having cut her teeth as Associate Producer on Death Drop. Presently she is also working as Assistant Producer to The Show Must Go on Live, as a General Manager on Wonderment Magic and Illusion, as a Line Producer at Soho Theatre and as Co-Producer The Wiz with Hope Mill Theatre Manchester. Ameena was an EdFringe and British Council Emerging Producer and one of Stage One’s Bridge the Gap Producers. She is on the Board of the League of Independent Producers and part of the Creative Freelances Shaping London’s Recovery Advisory Group.
Her company has produced and curated work at Cadogan Hall, The Garrick Theatre, The Actors Centre, Vault Festival, Applecart Arts, Battersea Arts Centre and more in London and across the UK as well as creating online theatre, film and audio work for global audiences.



At Wildcard we believe everyone should have the chance to be creative. We want all our courses to be as open and inclusive as possible to anyone that wants to take part. We are aware that the cost of workshops and regular training is a key barrier in our industry for many people.

With this in mind, we are pleased to be able to offer 2 free places on each course.

If you are interested, please fill in this form where you can tell us a bit about yourself and let us know which course you are interested in:


Bursary places will be offered out no later than 2 weeks before the course begins.

For further enquiries please email emily@wildcardtheatre.co.uk