Deus Ex Machina Productions Ltd was set up by in 2014 to produce new writing and acclaimed revivals, and has since made a mark with 12 well received and commercially successful productions:


DUST by Milly Thomas - Trafalgar Studios - Sept-Oct 2018

Spring Awakening by Stephen Sater & Duncan Sheik - Hope Mill Theatre, Manchester - Mar-May 2018

Working by Stephen Schwartz et al - Southwark Playhouse - Jun-Jul 2017

TORCH by Phoebe Eclair Powell - Underbelly, Edinburgh August 2016

Karagula by Philip Ridley - STYX (Soho Theatre) June-Jul 2016

Four Play by Jake Brunger - Theatre503 Feb-March 2016

Clickbait by Milly Thomas - Theatre503 Jan-Feb 2016

Sense of an Ending by Ken Urban - Theatre503 May-June 2015

How I Learned to Drive by Paula Vogel - Southwark Playhouse Feb-March 2015

Donkey Heart by Moses Raine - Trafalgar Studios Jan 2015

Stink Foot by Jeff James after Sophocles - The Yard Theatre Nov-Dec 2014

Piranha Heights by Phiip Ridley - Old Red Lion Nov-Dec 2014

A Bright Room Called Day by Tony Kushner - Southwark Playhouse Jul-Aug 2014


D.E.M. Productions currently has several shows in development and is available for hire as General Manager for any range of projects.



WINNER for Best Producer at the Off West End Theatre Awards 2016


Producer - Ramin Sabi

Ramin is an Olivier Award winning theatre and film producer. Theatre producing includes Heisenberg (The Wyndhams, West End); The Wild Party (The Other Palace, West End); 1984 (West End & Broadway); Showboat (New London Theatre, West End); Nativity! (National Tour); Gypsy (Savoy Theatre, West End); Annie (First Class National Tour & West End); and Let It Be (Garrick Theatre, West End).

Work in film includes executive producing several short films, Gypsy: Live from the Savoy (BBC/PBS) and the independent feature film Butterfly Kisses. He tweets from @ramin_sabi.


Associate Producer & General Manager - Ceri Lothian

Ceri started her career as Resident Assistant Producer at Theatre503, working on new writing productions that included the World Premieres of And Then Come The Nightjars by Bea Roberts (2016 National Tour), and Rotterdam by Jon Brittain (Olivier Award Winner 2017). She has also produced new comedy writing and scratch nights around London and at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival. Ceri attended the Stage One New Producers Workshop for 2017, and is Producer for theatre company Worst Absurd.

She joined DEM in late 2015, where work includes: Clickbait, Four Play (Theatre503); Karagula (Soho Theatre @ The Styx); The Wild Party (The Other Palace); Working (Southwark Playhouse): Spring Awakening (Hope Mill Theatre), The Rink (Southwark Playhouse) and DUST (Trafalgar Studios). She tweets from @ceri_luna.

Finance & Production Coordinator - Abbii Clark

Abbii graduated from American Theatre Arts at Rose Bruford College in 2015.


She joined DEM in May 2017 as where work includes: Working (Southwark Playhouse); Spring Awakening (Hope Mill Theatre); The Rink (Southwark Playhouse); DUST (Trafalgar Studios). She tweets from @AbbiiClark.


Co-Founder - Jessica Campbell

Jessica is currently the Producer at The Bush Theatre.. Previously she was Producer and Head of Marketing at Theatre503 amd The Print Room. She co-founded DEM with Ramin and was Co-Producer from 2014 to early 2016. She tweets from @JessFCampbell.

Ceri & Ramin at the Press Night for Spring Awakening (2018)


Since our first production in 2014, DEM have supported and developed over 40 artists to their first professional credit. This includes directors, actors, stage management and designers in set, lighting, costume and sound. We also aim to engage new and young artists in our work in other ways, through engagement projects in conjunction with our productions. So far this has included LGBTQ+ groups in South West London, and 16-24 year olds in Tottenham Hale, Southwark/Lambeth, and Manchester.

We are committed to ensuring continued opportunities and participation, in a safe and professional environment for future artists to thrive in.

Please contact ceri@demproductions.co.uk for more information on our past, present and future outreach and participation projects.