Don Loughman was the Westminster Theatre's Production Manager from 1961 and Theatre Manager from 1967, becoming a member of the Society of West End Theatres, London. From 1987 he was a Board Member of Westminster Productions Ltd.
Don Loughman was in charge of the logistics of a theatre tour of the Indian subcontinent with 200 people in the early 1950s.
Don had been commissioned into the Royal Signals serving in the Indian army during World War II, during which time he encountered the Moral Re-Armament (MRA) movement. Servicemen gave their post-war gratuities towards the purchase of the Westminster Theatre as a memorial to those in MRA who had died in the war.