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clivem@moffatt-associates.com

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Nomadic Theatrical Productions (NTP) was launched in April 2014. The twin objectives of the company are to promote new writing and adaptations of established plays and create an environment for aspiring amateur and semi-professional actors and technicians to display their talents and skills to larger and varied audiences across the UK.

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Nomadic Theatrical Productions
CLIVE MOFFATT - Managing Director / Executive Producer
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Clive has over 40 years experience in business management, media and consultancy.

He graduated from LSE in 1971 and between 1971 and 1980 he was at various times an economist with the Treasury, consultant with the Economist Intelligence Unit Ltd, Financial Editor at the BBC and business editor at the FT and Head of Marketing and Corporate Affairs at Guinness Peat - an international banking and commodities trading group.

In 1981, he became Chief Executive of Blackrod Ltd - a specialist TV production company. The company grew rapidly and In less than 7 years, became one of the leading independent producers of documentaries and dramas for broadcast (C4 and BBC) and the corporate /educational TV/video market in the UK and overseas.

After the successful sale of Blackrod to Chrysalis TV in 1988, Clive set up his own business strategy and marketing consultancy. Over the last 25 years, major clients have included Barclays Bank. Lloyd’s of London, IBM, Waterstones, English Heritage, Enron, Ofcom and many more.

Clive has founded Nomadic Theatrical Productions (NTP) as a vehicle for promoting, in collaboration with various off-West End venues, new writing and significant adaptations of established theatrical works using a growing ensemble of new writers and aspiring amateur and semi-professional actors and technicians.


PETER CABRERA - Producer / Actor
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Peter began acting at school and followed on at University, playing the part of Orlando in a University of York production of 'As You Like It' in 2005.

Since moving to London in 2007, he has acted in and produced a number of plays, including producing 'Sister Mary Ignatius Explains It All For You' for KDC Theatre in 2012 and playing Napoleon in George Bernard Shaw's 'The Man of Destiny' at the Bridewell Theatre.

In 2013, he played the Runner in 'The 17 Greatest Dates of Matthew Reading', an independently-produced feature film which premiered at the Riverside Studios. This year, Peter played Lord Goring in 'An Ideal Husband' at the Lion & Unicorn Theatre. Aside from theatre, Peter is a professional recruitment consultant and leads senior executive search assignments in a variety of business sectors.