About Fuschia Films

Fuschia Films is an exciting new company with an extensive portfolio of projects built upon the cutting edge experience of twenty-five years in the entertainment and media industries. We are always interested to talk about our work, our projects and ideas with potential co-producers.


About Sue Pomeroy

Sue Pomeroy has produced, written and directed in theatre and broadcast media across the UK and internationally.  After winning a prestigious Independent Broadcasting award to work with Michael Bogdanov her residencies include the Leicester Haymarket and Phoenix Theatres, Bristol Old Vic, Wolverhampton Grand Theatre, Contact Theatre Manchester, Oldham Coliseum, Sheffield’s Theatre North and London’s Young Vic. She has worked as Associate Director at the National Theatre, London with Sir Peter Hall, at the renowned Berliner Ensemble in the former GDR and was Artistic Director of the Warehouse Theatre, Croydon during a period of growth and success. She has toured to major No. 1 theatres across Britain with the production company she established, Good Company, including Bath Theatre Royal, Brighton Theatre Royal and Richmond Theatre with many of her own adaptations of classic novels, such as Jane Austen’s Pride and Prejudice and Charlotte Bronte’s Jane Eyre. She also conceived and wrote the musical, Strange Kind of Hero with top pop composer, Chris Eaton. She worked on the Thames TV series King and Castle and co-produced Song of a Bluefoot Man for BBC Radio 4, which she also co-wrote with Black British poet James Berry. She set up Fuschia Films Ltd to widen her work into film, television and broadcast media, and is currently developing a number of films for theatrical and television release.