Learn more about pioneering Stagedoor app & the vision behind the company

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Have you already downloaded the new “IMDB for theatre app”, Stagedoor? Or maybe you’re already addicted to it and have become a shareholder via the company’s current, wildly popular crowdfunding campaign on Seedrs.com? If not, we recommend you consider doing both as soon as possible!

Download Stagedoor from the app store. CLICK HERE.

Stagedoor is already London’s most comprehensive and innovative theatre guide – which fits in the palm of your hand (i.e. on your iPhone!). It helps users discover and book the best shows in London via personalised recommendations that take into account your preferences as well as those of your friends. You can use Stagedoor to follow your favourite genres, venues and artists and create alerts so you never miss getting a seat, as well as access thousands of user-reviews and journal your own.

New theatre-loving investors can now buy a stake in Stagedoor, valued at £2.5m, for as little as £10 before the round closes on 14 January 2018. The money raised through this round will be used to help the Stagedoor app reach 100,000 users in London and expand to New York.

Read more about co-founder Stagedoor co-founder Michael Hadjijoseph, his team and the company vision below.

Be part of Stagedoor's theatre revolution

The crowdfunding round for Stagedoor on Seedrs continues until Saturday 14 January 2018. Get a stake in this pioneering theatre technology company for as little as £10.

Press coverage

Stagedoor
Everything Theatre: Interview with co-founder Michael Hadjijoseph
Sarah Tatersall: With its speak of using algorithms to connect people with the theatre they’ll love, the Stagedoor app caught my attention as a theatre lover who’s always seeking new ways to find shows and companies. The app — a scientific Tinder for theatre makers and lovers, if you will — lets users create a theatre journal of the shows they’ve seen, give ratings to promote what they love and receive updates recommending popular productions based on their network. In other words: Stagedoor, in a way, replicates word-of-mouth for the digital community.
StartUp Britain: Stagedoor top tips 
StartUp Britain: Stagedoor top tips
Michael Hadjijoseph: In the startup world it’s really easy for everyone to think that VC is the way to go. Not every business should be venture-backed, and venture money is not always the best option for a company given the stage and industry it’s in.
BQ: Stagedoor`s start-up story
BQ: Stagedoor’s start-up story
Suzy Jackson: Michael Hadjijoseph comes from a family of entrepreneurs. Stagedoor wasn’t his first business idea, but it’s the one that’s had the most support. He explains how and why he feels the app’s time is now.
CASS: Backstage at Stagedoor
CASS: Backstage at Stagedoor
Emma Horrigan: It’s all about who you know – a couple of chance encounters led Michael Hadjijoseph to start Stagedoor.
Bdaily: Stagedoor crowdfund gets off to roaring start
Bdaily: Stagedoor crowdfund flies
Rebecca Wayman: Stagedoor is on target to exceed its crowdfunding targer on Seedrs.
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