British theatre manager.
1936 – First production at the Queen’s Theatre was a failure.
1941 – Tennent died and leaving Beaumont as managing director and the sole man in charge.
1950-1973 – Beaumont served as Governor of Shakespeare Memorial Theatre.
1956 – On the 8th of May John Osborne’s play Look Back in Anger premiered at the Royal Court Theatre in London.
1960 – His operation dominated West End theatre it was by far the largest and most important production company in London.
1963 – He had a close association with the National Theatre, being one of the founder members of the board.
1973 – Continued to run his own production company right until his death at the age of 64.