Emily Lunnon


Emily joined DEM Productions in 2021 as Producer and General Manager, developing DEM’s new plays and musicals from conception to production, as well as overseeing all DEM’s general management work including: A SHERLOCK CAROL (Marylebone Theatre); RIDE (Charing Cross Theatre); TRAPLORD (180 Studios with Sadler’s Wells and Manchester International Festival); PIGS MIGHT FLY and ERROL’S GARDEN (UK Tours); BLOWHOLE (Soho Theatre); and TWENTY-EIGHT (Theatre503).

Before joining DEM in 2021, Emily looked after first-class international tours for GWB Entertainment, most notably the world tour of THE PHANTOM OF THE OPERA, which continued to run throughout 2020 in South Korea and Taiwan. Other work whilst at GWB includes CATS (South Korea tour), SCHOOL OF ROCK THE MUSICAL, and MATILDA THE MUSICAL (International Tours). Previously, Emily was in the production team at The Old Vic where she worked on shows including the Olivier Award- winning A MONSTER CALLS, THE DIVIDE, THE MISSING LIGHT, COVER MY TRACKS, and the ONE VOICE monologue series, as well as supporting the creative development of new work.

Her work as an independent producer includes: BAFTA Rising Star Rosie Day’s debut play INSTRUCTIONS FOR A TEENAGE ARMAGEDDON (Old Red Lion/Barn Theatre, Cirencester); DIARY OF A TEENAGE GIRL (Southwark Playhouse); CIRCLEVILLE, CIRCLEVALLEY (UK Tour); SINGIN’ IN THE RAIN and RENT (Oxford Playhouse). She also supported the development of Sophie Wooley’s AUGMENTED and has been on the senior reading panel for Theatre503, as well as reading extensively for playwriting awards.

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