Jamie Chapman Dixon

Jamie Chapman Dixon is the co-founder of Olivier nominated Carter Dixon McGill Productions and the Executive Director of Center Stage Records London office. He has previously held the roles of CEO at the prestigious Oxford Playhouse and founding Executive Director at the Barn Theatre, Cirencester, which he co-led to the 2019 Stage Fringe Theatre of the Year Award. His work within venues and operations has seen him general manage productions in house for a wide range of organisations including Royal & Derngate, Smart Entertainment, Hartshorn Hook Entertainment and Immersive Everywhere. With experience in both the commercial and subsidised sectors, his portfolio of work is an eclectic mix of both commercially minded productions and venue operations. General managing outside of CDM includes the immersive productions of Peaky Blinders: The Rise and Doctor Who: Time Fracture.

Jamie’s work during the Covid pandemic saw him recognised as one of fifteen West End producers named as the Rising Stars of the Future by Nimax Theatres and the Guardian paper. He previously founded the Theatre Producer Portal, focusing on the financial connection between the commercial and subsidised sectors of theatre and film. He has been a frequent guest lecturer for several organisations including Mountview Academy of Performing Arts, Central School of Speech and Drama and Italia Conti whilst sitting on panels for Rain Dance film festival, NYC Comic Con and more. Additionally, he was the in-house producer for Fulham’s London Theatre Workshop and part of the producing team for the regional and world productions of An Improbable Musical, Madagascar, Spamalot, Jeeves & Wooster in Perfect Nonsense, Hair and The 39 Steps.

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