YES/NO PRODUCTIONS is an independent global entertainment company devoted to creating unique and ground-breaking theatrical experiences across a wide range of traditional and emerging entertainment/media platforms.
Yes/No Productions is also committed to making immersive 3D films that take the audience on an inspirational journey while addressing environmental issues that affect us all.
Founded in 1992, by Luke Cresswell and Steve McNicholas, Yes/No Productions was originally established to manage the enterprise of their world renowned rhythm based show, STOMP. However, since it’s founding, Luke and Steve, in addition to the hands on directing of all STOMP shows worldwide, have created and developed critically acclaimed large-format (IMAX) and feature-length films, diverse and imaginative programming for Network and Cable Television, including an Emmy nominated and award winning HBO Special, as well as a number of successful television commercials, for Toyota, Target, Heineken and Australian Apples.
Currently, Yes/No Production is in development and/or production on multiple 3D and 2D feature-length projects, including a STOMP based 3D movie.
The Lost and Found Orchestra is Yes/No’s latest theatrical venture, with an upcoming tour of France and Russia in 2016.
Yes/No Productions is based at The Old Market in the city of Brighton and Hove, UK. The Old Market itself (TOM) is now one of the cities leading music and theatre venues, with a flexible multi-purpose space that gives YNP excellent in house video and audio recording facilities: the orchestral soundtracks for each of their three symphonic ocean films, were recorded in their main hall at TOM.
Yes/No Productions believes in thinking outside of the box. By embracing new and inventive technologies, woven with a unique creative process, Yes/No Productions create works that will excite and captivate audiences, resulting in an unparalleled entertainment experience. With their experience and mastery of 3D, Yes/No Productions is poised to step into the future and lend a hand back to their audience, inviting the viewer to join them…