Delfont Mackintosh Theatres Ltd
Delfont Mackintosh Theatres Ltd (DMT) is owned by Sir Cameron Mackintosh. DMT operates eight of the most prestigious theatres in London’s West End: the Prince Edward, Prince of Wales, Novello, Gielgud, Sondheim, Noel Coward, Wyndham’s and Victoria Palace, all of which have undergone major refurbishments combining beautiful restoration with 21st century comfort. Each year, Cameron’s theatrical companies engage and support more than 3,000 artists, technicians, theatre staff and freelancers worldwide.
In 1988, Cameron formed The Mackintosh Foundation through which he has so far donated over £25million to good causes, primarily in arts and culture as well as education, health, the environment and community development.
Everyone at DMT is determined to: create an environment in which we are all able to flourish and thrive; foster an ethos of inclusivity where everyone feels respected, valued and supported; promote a culture of wellbeing to improve mental health, resilience and productivity; and treat everyone equally so that every individual, whatever their background, may reach their full potential and contribute meaningfully to DMT’s success.
By joining Stage Sight, DMT is committing to pursue initiatives which help to create an industry-wide off-stage workforce that is reflective of our society, promoting broader access and creating opportunity for all.