Lime Pictures Gender Pay Report 2018

In our second year of reporting we are pleased to note that our mean Gender Pay Gap has reduced from 8.7% to 6.7% while our median Gender Pay Gap has remained at the same level, just over 11%, compared to a national figure of 18.4% and 17.4 % for technology and media companies. 

Hollyoaks Wins Best Soap at the Royal Television Society Awards

Hollyoaks was victorious in winning the award for ‘Soap and Continuing Drama’ at the Royal Television Society Awards last night in London.

RTS said judges were “blown away” by its “terrific central performances”

Hollyoaks was up against Casualty and Coronation Street in the same category.  Talking to Royal Television Society, Executive producer Bryan Kirkwood said “we tell the boldest stories that are happening to our audience right now”.

TOWIE: The Next Generation Confirmed

Lime Picture’s award winning TV show The Only Way is Essex returns for Series 24 and as the Essex's old favourites head off on an exotic Thai getaway (the furthest TOWIE has ever been before) a brand new generation descends upon the UK's most talked about county. Eight fresh new faces are ready to make their presence felt as they shake up Essex. A close knit group consisting of hairdresser’s Chloe Brockett and Ella Wise and best pal Joey Turner clash when they talk fillers and botox, whilst the boys get steamy chatting about Male grooming Essex style. They may be fresh-faced but the new lineages of Essex are sure to bring plenty of drama, love and friendship to your screens.

Lime Pictures To Adapt James Nicol's Best Selling Children's Book Trilogy "The Apprentice Witch"

Lime Pictures has secured the rights to the best-selling children’s book trilogy by James Nicol “The Apprentice Witch”, the sequel “A Witch Alone” and the forthcoming “A Witch Come True” from leading children’s publisher Chicken House and The Viney Shaw Agency

Lime Pictures’ Joint Head of Kids Angelo Abela and Tim Compton and Barry Cunningham, Managing Director, Chicken House today announce that Lime has secured the option to adapt the bestselling kid’s trilogy The Apprentice Witch and is set to bring the magic of Lull to life in a live action drama adaptation for 8-12 year olds. Lime is one of the UK’s largest independent production companies and is the production house behind double Emmy award-winning Netflix original series Free Rein.  Publishing rights to the magical trilogy set in a cosy world reminiscent of pre-war England have already sold to several countries around the World. 

The Apprentice Witch trilogy follows the story of Arianwyn, who has spent her young life preparing for her witch’s evaluation, only to fail it in a very public way. As the artillery of war rumbles in the distance, Arianwyn is billeted to the remote village of Lull, to serve and protect the villagers as their district witch. But sleepy Lull is not all it seems. There is a strict curfew, a mystery surrounding the fate of their previous witch and something terrible is growing in the woods ... Arianwyn finds herself facing a test far greater than any exam.

Lime Pictures Ups Abela and Compton to Lead New Kids Division

Lime Pictures, producers of the double Emmy award-winning Netflix original series Free Rein and International Emmy nominated Disney’s Evermoor confirms Angelo Abela and Tim Compton as Joint Head of Kids

One of the UK’s largest independent production companies Lime Pictures, has announced it has created a Kids division to be led by in-house duo, Angelo Abela and Tim Compton, reporting to Joint MD’s Kate Little and Claire Poyser.  The new entity will sit alongside Lime’s other divisions: Drama and YA, led by Louise Sutton, Hollyoaks and Continuing Drama by Bryan Kirkwood and Non-Scripted programmes by Sarah Tyekiff.

Lime Pictures Ups Crompton To Accelerate US Presence

Emmy and BAFTA award-winning Production Company

Lime Pictures, creators of The Only Way is Essex, Hollyoaks and Netflix Original series Free Rein, today announces that its current Head of Unscripted Development Ben Crompton will join the company’s US division as EVP of Development  

Led by joint Managing Directors Kate Little and Claire Poyser, Lime is the UK’s fifth largest production company, best known for producing genre-busting long running series for youth audiences globally including the Emmy award-winning Singles Project for Bravo and the forthcoming Dating No Filter for E!  Crompton, who has helped oversee the company’s US development from the UK for the last three years, will be based in Los Angeles and will continue to develop material that blends the entertainment and factual genres as well as building on the company’s experience producing in real-time and optimising content for multiple platforms.  He will continue to report into Lime’s Head of Unscripted Programming, London based Sarah Tyekiff who is responsible for Lime’s unscripted portfolio, worldwide.

Tyne and Wear Metro Opens its Doors in New Series From Wise Owl Films

A new series for ITV will feature life on the Tyne and Wear Metro – the first time in-depth access has been granted in the Metro’s near 40 year history.

The four-part series is the first commission for Leeds based producer Wise Owl Films, a Lime Pictures company that launched this year.

From the seaside to the football grounds, city centres to the start line of the Great North Run, the Metro serves 100,000 passengers every day in the North East of England, with 60 stations and nearly 50 miles of track.

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