Golden Goose to Develop International Licensing Program for ‘The Rocky Horror Show’

Global stage and film “The Rocky Horror Show” has appointed Golden Goose to develop an international licensing program in time to help celebrate the brand’s 50th anniversary.
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May 20, 2022

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In 1973, “The Rocky Horror Show” debuted at the Royal Court Theatre in London. Now, in anticipation of its 50th anniversary, Golden Goose has been appointed to develop an international licensing program.

“The original production’s rallying cry of ‘Don’t dream it, be it’ helped to build a community of people otherwise excluded from mainstream culture,” says Andy Leighton, music publisher,

The Rocky Horror Show

. “With continuous revivals of the show across the globe, the movie (the longest-running screened production in history) and the 50th anniversary coming up, multiple generations are ready to rediscover the wonderfully liberating effect of “The Rocky Horror Show.” “We are very excited to see where

Golden Goose

takes us on our licensing journey and can’t wait to get started.”

“’The Rocky Horror Show’ is known around the world for its exuberance, boldness and a storyline that was light-years ahead of its time,” says Lisa Shapiro, lead consultant, Golden Goose. “A licensing program that creates

fantastic products featuring these iconic characters, lyrics and graphics for the massive fanbase is well overdue.”

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