Client List

Entertainers - promoter

John Lydon, Marti Pellow, Lulu, Paul Young, Francis Rossi, Dom Joly, Aled Jones, Steve Harley, Thunder, Professor Benjamin Zephaniah, Boycie (John Challis), Jason Donovan, Alan Johnson, The Coral, ABC.


  • Marti Pellow - Pellow Talk 2022/2023
  • The Coral - The Making Of The Debut Album 2022
  • Paul Young - Behind The Lens - 2023
  • Lulu - Under My Skin - 2023
  • John Lydon - I Coud Be Wrong, I Could Be Right 2021
  • Francis Rossi I Talk Too Much - 2019, 2020, 2021 & Tunes And Chat 2023
  • Lulu - Under My Skin 2023
  • Paul Young - Behind The Lens 2023
  • Dom Joly - Holiday Snaps - 2020, 2021, 2022
  • Professor Benjamin Zephaniah - The Life and Rhymes - 2018, 2019
  • Thunder - Danny & Luke, Unscripted and Unplugged 2019, 2021, 2024
  • John Challis - Only Fools and Boycie 2014-2021
  • Jason Donovan - My Amazing Midlife Crisis - 2018, 2019
  • Alan Johnson - In My Life 2019, 2020
  • Pete Postlethewaite - A Spectacle of Dust (Sunday Times Top 10 Best-Seller List/Sunday Times Book Of The Year)
  • Sir Lee Pearson - I Am Who I Am
  • Francis Rossi - AAA
  • John Lydon - I Could Be Wrong, I Could Be Right
  • The Damned, 1976-1978
  • The Coral - The Making Of The First Album
  • Marti Pellow - Pellow Talk

Three Michelin Star

  • Michel Roux, OBE, The Waterside Inn, Bray-on-Thames
  • Marco Pierre White

  • Clare Smyth, Core

Two Michelin Star

  • Mickael Viljanen, Chapter One, Dublin
  • Gareth Ward, Ynyshir, North Wales
  • Claude Bosi, Bibendum, London
  • Daniel Clifford, Midsummer House, Cambridgeshire
  • Mickael Viljanen, Chapter One, Dublin
  • Jordan Bailey, Aimsir, Kildare
  • Raymond Blanc, Le Manoir aux Quat Saisons, Milton, Oxfordshire
  • David Everitt-Matthias, Le Champignon Sauvage, Cheltenham
  • Michael Caines, Gidleigh Park, Chagford, Devon
  • Tom Sellers, Restaurant Story, London
  • Tom Aikens, London

One Michelin Star 

  • Adam Handling, The Frog, Covent Garden, London
  • Michael Wignall, Angel at Hetton, Yorkshire
  • Kenny Atkinson, House of Tides, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne
  • Michael O'Hare, The Man Behind The Curtain, Leeds
  • Richard Craven, The Royal Oak
  • Steve Smith, The Latymer, Bagshot, Surrey
  • Aidan McGrath, Wild Honey, Lisdoonvarna, Ireland
  • Adam Byatt, Trinity, London
  • Paul Foster, Salt, Stratford-Upon-Avon
  • Glynn Purnell, Purnell's, Birmingham
  • Simon Bonwick, The Crown, Burchetts Green
  • Mike North, The Nut Tree, Murcott
  • Marcus Ashenford, Restaurant 5 North Street, Winchcombe
  • Chris Bradley, Mr Underhills, Ludlow
  • Tony Parkin, The Tudor Room, Egham
  • Andreas Antona & Luke Tipping, Simpsons, Birmingham
  • Richard Turner, Turners, Birmingham
  • Sam Moody, The Priory, Bath
  • Will Holland, La Becasse, Ludlow
  • Hywel Jones, Lucknam Park, Colerne
  • Chris Staines, Allium Brasserie, Bath
  • Chris Harrod, The Crown at Whitebrook, Monmouth
  • Shaun Hill, The Walnut Tree, Abergavenny
  • Bryan Webb, Tyddyn Llan, Landrillo
  • Brad Carter, Carter's of Moseley, Birmingham
  • Stephane Borie, The Checkers, Montgomery
  • Matthew Tomkinson, The Terrace, Montagu Arms Hotel, New Forest
  • Matt Gillan, The Pass, South Lodge Hotel, Horsham
  • Stephan Crane, Ockenden Manor Hotel and Spa, Cuckfield
  • Shane Hughes, Thackeray’s, Tunbridge Wells
  • Adam Stokes, Adam’s, Birmingham
  • Adam Bennett, The Cross, Kenilworth
  • Mark Dodson, The Masons Arms, Exmoor
  • Asimakis Chaniotis, Pied-A-Terre, London
  • Stephen Stephens, Sosban And The Old Butchers, Wales
  • Lee Westcott, Pensons, Tenbury Wells 
Other Notable Chefs
  • Alex Claridge, The Wilderness, Birmingham
  • Matt Gillan, Heritage, Haywards Heath
  • Nick Hill, Hispanist, Hull
  • Ziaur Choudhrey, Montaz, Newmarket
  • Scott Paton, Boringdon Hall, Plymouth
  • Tim Allen, Solo, Ormskirk
  • David Wyke, Verveine, Lymington
  • Mark Poynton, MJP, Cambridgeshire
  • Aiden Byrne, Manchester House, Manchester
  • Andy Taylorson, The Beaufort Arms, Raglan
  • Sarvesh Jadon, Bokhara Brasserie, Court Colman Manor, Bridgend
  • Gareth Barr, Bully’s, Cardiff
  • Toby Goodwin, The Cliff, St Brides Spa Hotel, Saundersfoot
  • Michael Green, The Falcondale, Lampeter
  • Duncan Barham & Alistair Barsby, The Grove, Narberth
  • Andrew Hanson, Hanson at the Chelsea, Swansea
  • Ludovic Dieumegard, Harbourmaster, Aberareron
  • Stephen Terry, The Hardwick, Abergavenny
  • Peter Hulsmann, The Inn at Penallt, Monmouthshire
  • Andrew Hughes, Llenrch Vineyard, Vale of Glamorgan
  • Mike Hendry, Llansantffraed Court Hotel, Abergavenny
  • Gavin Harris, Manorhaus, Llangollen
  • David Chamberlain, The Old Rectory, Crickhowell
  • Jonathan Edwards, Park House, Cardiff
  • Josh Blakemore, Peterstone Court Country House, Brecon
  • Anand George, Purple Poppadom, Cardiff
  • Simon King, Restaurant 1861, Abergavenny
  • Sian Rees, Sosban, Llanelli
  • Tom Simmons, Wolfscastle Country Hotel, Haverfordwest
  • Susan Manson, Y Polyn, Carmarthen
  • Daniel Woodhouse, Boulters, Maidenhead
  • Nick O’Halloran, The White Horse Hotel, Romsey
  • Tim Neal, The Chequers Inn, Horsham
  • Stuart Dunley, Deans Place Hotel, Alfriston
  • Giles Thompson, The Earl of March, Chichester
  • Andy MacKenzie, The Restaurant At Drakes, Brighton
  • Matty Bowling, Terre a Terre, Brighton
  • Stuart Brown, Abinger Hatch, Dorking
  • Eric Guignard, The French Table, Surbiton
  • Jason Freedman, The Minnis Bars and Restaurant, Birchington
  • David Pitchford, Read’s, Faversham
  • Darryl Healy, The Swan, West Malling
  • Simon Woodham, Arrow Mill Hotel, Alcester
  • Matt Laughton, The Swan Inn, Oxon & The King’s Head Inn, Bledington
  • Mark Chandler, The White Hart, Oxon
  • Ian Webb, Abode, Exeter
  • Chris Staines, Allium Brasserie, Bath
  • Steve Pielesz, Beaminster Brasserie, Beaminster
  • Steve Moray, Blagdon Manor, Ashwater
  • Darren Beevers, The Hambrough, Isle of Wight
  • Loic Gratadoux, Harbar Brasserie at Harbour Heights Hotel, Poole
  • Jean-Phillipe Bidart, The Millbrook Inn, Kingsbridge
  • Tom Symons, The Old Coastguard, Penzance
  • Chris Cleghorn, The Olive Tree, Bath
  • Andy Witheridge, The Salty Monk, Sidmouth
  • Dave Trewin, Samphire, Falmouth
  • Louise McCrimmon, Harvey Nichols, Bristol
  • Marc Salmon, The Three Gables, Bradford-on-Avon
  • Paul Askew, The Art School Restaurant, Liverpool
  • Fonseca’s & Delifonseca, Liverpool
  • Ben Sheeran, Maritime Dining Room, Liverpool
  • Peter Booth, Planet Pavilion Café, Jodrell Bank
  • Puschka, Liverpool
  • Stephen Hildebrandt, Rosso, Manchester
  • Matt Cheal, Cheal's, Henley-in-Arden
  • Jude Kereama, Kota, Porthleven
  • Tom Mackins, Chapter 1, Newquay
  • Guy Owen, Idol Rocks, St Mawes
  • John Cook, Arbennig, Cardiff
  • Hywel Griffith, The Beach House, Oxwich
  • Nick Otley, Bunch Of Grapes, Pontypridd
  • Richard Davies, Epicure, Newport
  • Barnaby Hibbert, The Gallery, Barry
  • Books 
  • The Damned - 1976-1978
  • A Happy Face, A Thumpin' Bass, For a Lovin' Race - Jazzie B
  • Such Miserable Weather - Dom Joly
  • AAA - Francis Rossi
  • The First 50 Years - Thunder's Danny Bowes & Luke Morley
  • I Am Who I Am - Sir Lee Pearson
  • I Could Be Wrong, I Could Be Right - John Lydon
  • Violations On Good Judgement - Michael O'Hare
  • Tony Parkin At The Tudor Room - Tony Parkin
  • Cooking In Pubs - Simon Bonwick
  • How To Cook Meat Properly - Paul Foster
  • 8 - Andrew Sheridan
  • It's Just Food - Mark Poynton
  • Born To Cook - Dom Robinson
  • Cook With Love - Enna Lakhani
  • Lancashire Diamond - Wellocks
  • Time For Bread - Jess Mooney
  • There and Back Again - Glynn Purnell 
  • Back In The Game - Scott Rea
  • The Notorious P.I.G. - Scott Rea
  • The Merchant of Venison - Scott Rea
  • Coq, Stock And Two Smoking Barrels - Scott Rea
  • Cherry Blossom - Dave Critchley
  • A Little Help From My Friends - James Sommerin
  • Stark - Ben Crittenden
  • No Sushi - Andrew 'Koj' Kojima
  • Salt - by Paul Foster (Winner - Premier Print Awards 2019, USA)
  • The Shore - by Bruce Rennie
  • Staff - by Brad Carter (Plus Ltd Ed, with additional recipes)
  • The Catcher and The Rea - by Scott Rea and Simon Whitehead
  • Inspired By - by Stephen Terry (Silver Medal, Premier Print Industries Award)
  • Heart and Soul - by Carol Decker
  • The Cat, The Cook and The Cook’s Assistant - by Chris and Judy Bradley
  • Not Bad For A Taff - by Bryan Webb
  • The Frenchman And The Farmer's Daughters - by Stephane Borie
  • The 5,000-Mile Journey - by Anand George
  • Flavour - by Marcus Ashenford
  • From the Heart - by Steve Moray
  • Momo No Ki - by Chris Burt
  • The Gastronomical Guide to Fabulous Food - by Claire Bosi
  • Out Of The Kitchen - by Melanie Fallon
  • Cook Thai - by Suree Coates
  • Born and Bread - by Robert Swift
  • Tales of Middle Farm - by Sam Gray
  • 20 Beds - A Book Of Life and Hope, for St Michael's Hospice, Hereford
  • The Beginner's Guide To Organising An Event - by Jonathan Smith
  • Beelicious - by Sally Bee
  • My Life and Other Recipes - by Andrew Stirling
  • This Is Mine - by Mark Dodson
  • Supper's Ready - by Cedric Bosi
  • Please Mind The Gap - by Sophie Sparham
  • Onwards and Upwards - by Paul Askew (with Relish Publications)
  • Generations - by James Sommerin
  • The Cornerhouse Cook Book - by Matt Sworder
  • Keepin' Music Live: My Story - by Mike Hamblett
  • Other: Relish Midland, Relish Oxfordshire & Cotswolds, Relish South West, Relish South East, Relish North West Second Helping, Relish Wales Second Helping, Relish Midlands Second Helping, Relish South West Second Helping, Relish Wales Third Helping, Relish London

Gold - Independent Publisher Book Awards 2021 Cookbooks - Speciality, GOLD: Time for Bread, by Jess Mooney; photography by Phoebe Pearson; illustrations by Brian Hawkins 

Winner - Premier Print Awards 2019, USA Award of Recognition in the Premier Print Awards for Salt, by Paul Foster, beating major global publishers, including Murdoch, Hachette and others to the podium

Winner - Premier Print Awards 2016, USA Silver Medal for Inspired By... by Stephen Terry, beating major global publishers, including Murdoch, Hachette and others to the podium

"An excellent collaboration." the late Michel Roux OBE, Three Michelin stars, The Waterside, Bray-on-Thames 

"Thanks dad." John Lydon

"Let me tell you something: I like you." Marco Pierre White, Three Michelin stars, Black and White 

"Andrew's The Don of these theatre shows." Alan McGee, Creation Records

"After meeting Andy I was convinced that the time was right to start writing. When I had done talking he handed what he had written over to me and said get on with it. It was a great kick start." The late and beautiful Professor Benjamin Zephaniah, 'The Life and Rhymes of..' Simon & Schuster

"Mint, x"  Michael O'Hare, The Man Behind The Curtain

"He only makes good books. Epic." Gareth Ward, Ynyshir 

"My amazing promoter." Dom Joly 

"Good interviewing by Andy Richardson."  David Baddiel

"He's the Man." Glynn Purnell, Purnell's. Multiple Michelin Star-winning chef - 'The Journey... There And Back Again'

"The chef whisperer." Stephen Terry, The Hardwick, Multiple Michelin Star-winning chef - 'Inspired...By'

"A very talented man." Claude Bosi, Two Michelin stars, Hibiscus & Bibendum, London

"Andy's a brother. He's family now. He'll be a friend for life. I love my book. It's sick." Brad Carter, 'Staff'

"The chosen one!" Carol Decker, 'Heart and Soul'

"What can I say? Andy turns stutters, stumbles and rambles into magic. He is responsible for beautifully written work. I really do love his writing." Chris Hawkins, BBC 6 Music and BBC Radio 2

"The book is amazing. It's blown me away. I love it. Andy believed in me, and in this book. His team has fantastic ideas. The photos are great. It's unreal. From someone who reads a lot of cookbooks, it is a stand-out, excellent piece of work. It's absolutely stunning." Paul Foster, Salt, Stratford-Upon-Avon, Good Food Guide - Best New Restaurant of the Year 2018, One Michelin Star - 'Salt'

"Thank you both so much. It is very surreal seeing it in print. It’s beautiful in the flesh. Thank you so much. Very happy here, thank you again. " Richard Craven, The Royal Oak, Whatcote, One Michelin Star - 'A Rural Cook'

"If I'm Mick Jagger, Andy's Keith Richards. He invested in my debut book - and we sold out in four months, then did a second, third, and fourth book - all of them sold around the world. He's changed the game for me." Scott Rea, 'Ahead Of The Game' - UK Eat Game Awards - Winner Game Hero & Winner Best UK Butcher

"Nice job, Andy. Cheers." Luke Tipping, Simpsons, Birmingham, One Michelin Star

"Great photos." Mark Poynton, MJP at The Shepherds, Cambridge, One Michelin Star

"I'm speechless! The books arrived this morning and they are absolutely 'effing brilliant! And signed! I'm utterly blown away!" Charlie Moore, Customer


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