Founder and Director
ebp is an Olivier Award nominated entertainment company founded by Emma Brünjes in 2013 and now led by Emma and her brother, Ralph Brünjes.
Awards/Nominations include: Olivier Awards –Best Entertainment and Family nominee; The Stage Awards – Innovation Award nomination (with Les Enfants Terribles), The Stage Theatre Power List (with Les Enfant Terribles). The Hospital 100 Club Awards – Nominated in Theatre & Performance.
Emma has been Producer of the Edinburgh Comedy Awards since 2010, supporting Awards Director Nica Burns.
Emma is a member of the Society of London Theatre, the League of Independent Producers, a trustee of Stage One and a trustee of the Yvonne Arnaud Theatre ,Guildford.
Outside of ebp Emma’s best productions are her children Oscar, Albert and Georgina.
Ralph joined ebp in 2014. He represents all commercial interests for ebp and heads up the talent management divisions. Outside of ebp, Ralph’s passions include music and sport and in 2015 Ralph was the founding chairman of The Ivy Cricket Club.
Liam started his producing career after graduating from the Guildford School of Acting in 2020. In 2021, Liam was named one of the ‘Rising Stars of the West End’ after producing Drew Gasparini’s ‘I Could Use A Drink’ at The Garrick Theatre.
Liam has produced and general managed independently and his productions include; Head Over Heels (Hope Mill Theatre), Daddy Issues (Seven Dials Playhouse) and LIFT (Southwark Playhouse).
In 2020, Liam co-founded The Grad Fest, an award winning company providing performance opportunities and support for recent theatre graduates.
Liam is proudly supported by Stage One, a charity that supports new UK Theatre producers. Having attended the Stage One New Producer’s Workshop in 2021, the following year he went on to be a recipient of the Stage One Bursary.