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Sally Greene is a prominent entrepreneur in the British and international entertainment scene, with a career that spans the fields of theatre, music, dining, and cinema. Her varied portfolio of cultural contributions in the United Kingdom, as well as extensive philanthropic activities, has been recognised with an OBE and a Montblanc Arts and Culture Award.
Starting out in the theatrical scene, she restored the Richmond Theatre, and then went on to work with the Old Vic, restoring the theatre and to this day being a key individual in its administration. She led the refurbishment of the Criterion Theatre in the 90s, bringing back to life the historical building and making it one of the most renowned theatres in Central London.
As a producer, Sally Greene has played a key role in the production of worldwide-celebrated musicals and shows, such as Billy Elliott: The Musical, with her company Greene Light Stage. In 2007, she started working with films in Greene Light Films. Greene is the owner of the celebrated Ronnie Scott’s Jazz Club in Soho, an internationally renowned venue that has played a crucial role in the evolution of jazz in the last half century. She recently refurbished her iconic Chelsea restaurant, re-opened as No. Fifty Cheyne after renovation. Her philanthropic work ranges from supporting medical foundations, such as the Elton John AIDS Foundation and Macmillan, to social causes like NSPCC, to supporting the arts with the London Music Fund and HighTide.