Kitson Press is a creative talent agency representing writers, directors, producers and technicians working in Television, Film, Theatre and Radio.

As a boutique agency we work closely with our clients on an individual basis to nurture their talents, manage their careers and make the right contacts for them in the industry. We are always ensuring we do the most to promote them and their work, in the UK and internationally.

We also keep a list of script editors and development staff. Some of these clients are listed on our website, but please call or email us for further information.

To look at our current client list please go to the Clients page.

To find out how to become a client of Kitson Press please go to the Submissions Page.

Kitson Press Associates is run by Jean Kitson and Julie Press along with our assistant Emilie Loldrup Hansen.


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    • - Preschool
    • - 6+ years
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    Edited by Dominic Strevens, new political thriller Roadkill stars Hugh Laurie and Helen McCrory – catch it Sundays at 9pm on BBC One, from 18th October. Read more here.


    Edited by Riaz Meer, Enslaved follows Samuel L Jackson as he examines the events that ended the slave trade – catch it on BBC Two and iPlayer. Read more here.

    Fault Lines

    Series 2 kicks off with Kathrine Smith‘s episode Winter Jasmine on Saturday 10th October at 2.45pm, and will be available on iPlayer/BBC Sounds after that date. Read more here.

    Brave New World

    The small-screen adaptation of Aldous Huxley’s 1932 novel, Brave New World, edited by Dominic Strevens, premieres Friday 2nd October at 9pm on Sky One!

    The Archers

    Sarah Hehir wrote yesterday’s episode of the new series of The Archers (listen here), with her next episode becoming available on Thursday 1st October (listen here).

    Bernard Haitink, the Enigmatic Maestro

    A portrait by John Bridcut of one of the world’s most admired conductors, edited by Riaz Meer, is broadcast on BBC Two and iPlayer on Saturday 26th September at 7.30pm. Read more here.


    Kitson Press is keen to hear from creatives who are interested in representation.

    Writers: If you are interested in being considered for representation please send a CV and a full length sample of your writing work to submissions@kitsonpress.co.uk

    If you are Producer, Development Producer or Script Editor/Executive and are interested in discussing representation and how it could work for you, please get in touch with julie@kitsonpress.co.uk

    For production talent, we are interested in hearing from experienced Line Producers, Editors, DOPs and Production Designers. Please email with a CV of credits and reel to productiontalent@kitsonpress.co.uk


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