Trafalgar Entertainment announced as one of Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies

The Financial Times has revealed that global live entertainment company, Trafalgar Entertainment (TE), is one of Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies in a new report published today (1 March).

The 8th Edition of the FT1000 Europe’s Fastest Growing Companies Special Report is compiled by the Financial Times and Statista. Companies are selected based on their revenue growth rate over a three-year period.

Founded by theatre leaders Sir Howard Panter and Dame Rosemary Squire in 2017, Trafalgar Entertainment specialises in new productions, venue ownership, Performing Arts education, theatre ticketing, and the distribution of live-streaming innovative content on a global scale.

Trafalgar Entertainment has experienced rapid growth over the past seven years, acquiring businesses including Trafalgar Releasing, Stagecoach Performing Arts, London Theatre Direct, Helen O’Grady Drama Academy/Drama Kids, Stagedoor, and Imagine Theatre, whilst expanding its production, ticketing, and theatre divisions.

The company owns the second largest live theatre group in the UK alongside the Theatre Royal in Sydney, with plans to further extend into Europe and Asia-Pacific.

Alexander Schmidt, Trafalgar Entertainment Chief Financial Officer, said “We are delighted to be included in the FT1000 recognising Europe’s fasting growing companies, which is testament to the hard work and resolve of all our teams within Trafalgar Entertainment. From pivoting to new ways of operating through Covid-19 to delivering record results shows the strength of our diverse and growing portfolio of companies.”