Royal Opera House
High House Production Park is the result long term collaboration between the Royal Opera House, Creative & Cultural Skills, Acme Studios ,Thurrock Council, Arts Council England, together with the departments of Business Innovation and Skills, Communities and Local Government and their agencies.
The first phase of development of the fourteen acre site, its heritage buildings and public park, was completed in 2010 with the opening of the Royal Opera House's Bob and Tamar Manoukian Set Production workshop. This was followed in 2013, by the launch of Creative &Cultural Skills' Backstage Centre, a world class production, rehearsal and training venue for performance, broadcast and live events. Acme Studios opened the High House Artists Studios in October 2013, a new building that reflects the latest thinking in creative workspace.
In 2011, High House Production Park Ltd transferred from the public sector into the charitable sector and is now led by a Board of Trustees and a small executive team.