About Us

JY Productions, a European based company with offices in London and Athens, as well as associated offices in New York.

It was founded in 1994 by the brother and sister team of John and Athena Yiannakis, in recognition of the desire to push the boundaries of International Events and Entertainment into the UK, Greece, Cyprus and the emerging markets of our global economy.

It is actively involved in presenting theatrical shows, concerts and both classical and contemporary dance, with its aim to offer clients the highest level of services and consulting.

JY Productions have included exclusive tours by high-profile companies, such as The English National Ballet and The Royal Swedish Ballet, to several performances throughout Greece.

Other exclusive tours include Elton John first time concert in Cyprus, and Diana Ross launching her first European tour in Cyprus and Greece.

Greek Artist's concerts in London have included Anna Vissi, Yiannis Parios, Stamatis Spanoudakis and others at the Royal Festival as well as the Royal Albert Hall with the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

They have participated in the Annual Hellenic Cultural Festival for many years, with the English National Ballet's performances of Romeo and Juliet.

Their classical repertoire includes Placido Domingo concerts, Jose Carreras and The Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

JY Productions was invited to participate for six successive years at the annual Kypria festival in Cyprus, with performances including Complexions Contemporary Ballet of New York, Tap Dogs, Aida Gomez-Aida, Random Dance, Aterballetto, and Spellbound Contemporary Ballet

Their work in the Middle East has brought Broadway and West End theatre into the hearts of Middle Eastern audiences with notable successes as Chicago, Stomp, and Cirque de Glace.

Currently J Y Productions is producing a tour of the internationally acclaimed Rogers and Hammerstein's hit 'The Sound of Music' featuring a world class cast of performers.

First stop of the 2013 tour is at The Citadel, in Amman, Jordan, at the 'Friends of Jordan Annual Festival'.