Stuart Snaith has worked in publishing and television for over 30 years.
His contacts in the entertainment business and other industry sectors, his
understanding of talent and his experience as both buyer and seller of
intellectual property, give him a unique insight into the more imaginative
opportunities to package and sell bright ideas around the world.
Devising new entertainment formats
Stuart Snaith is actively involved
in devising original live, digital and
broadcast formats for key talent.
In 2013 he launched Ad Lib at
the Edinburgh Festival - the most
successful show etc etc - which is
now in development for TV, and he
is responsible for staging new live
comedy and in-conversation shows at
the Olympic Cinema in Barnes and Glastonbury.
More about Ad Lib
Developing shows for television
Stuart Snaith works with writers,
performers and producers to develop
programming, identify appropriate
production partners and broker deals.
He currently has in development
shows featuring Henry Winkler (aka
The Fonz), two shows with BBC
in-house, the live show Ad Lib,
which broke records at the 2013
Edinburgh Festival, a game show, a chat show and two scripted sitcoms.
Brokering fruitful publishing deals
Stuart Snaith provides insightful
advice on publishing opportunities
in all formats, identifying appropriate
publishing and distribution partners
and brokering deals. Current clients
include Shazam Productions (Only
Fools and Horses), Endor Productions
(Roald Dahl's Esio Trot, Victoria Wood's
That Day We Sang), and North One
Productions (Guy Martin). Stuart is also on the UK launch team of the extraordinary app Mikz.
Facilitating media for social change
Stuart Snaith sets up partnerships
between writers and producers
and corporations looking to fulfil
their social responsibilities through
inspiring media productions. Projects
are ongoing with A Sense of Calm
and the London Bus Theatre Co,
addressing dementia care and
teenage bullying respectively, as well
as a project tackling dyslexia.