Her husband wants her dead, but Marion’s too busy to notice.
Everyone knows Anne and Stephen are the happiest couple in the neighbourhood.
In a rather surprising debut choice, Stella Powell-Jones has commenced her incumbency as Artistic Director of Jermyn Street Theatre with Timberlake Wertenbaker’s uninspired adapt…
Madame Bovary made Gustave Flaubert the most famous writer in Paris, but thanks to a bad publishing deal he’s barely earned enough cash for a croissant – let alone enough to in…
Laura and Anna, half-sisters, plan a grand net stretching across the skyline of North London as a way to unite their community.
A note on the back cover of Peter Gill’s latest play, Something in the Air, at Jermyn Street Theatre, claims that the stories of the two old protagonists “flow like mist down t…
Howard Brenton’s new play Cancelling Socrates at Jermyn Street Theatre is a fascinating piece that transports us to classical Greece in a consideration of the circumstances that …
Orlando, Virginia Woolf’s amusing challenge to the norms of society, stemmed from her own life and that of her lover Vita Sackville-West, but in her novel, the eponymous hero'…
There is deceit in the title of this play.
Rain and Zoe Save the World by Crystal Skillman at Jermyn Street Theatre is an action adventure story that follows two teenage friends as they embark on a journey to disrupt some o…
This funny, sincere and profoundly moving ecological adventure will feature Jordan Benjamin (Hairspray – London Coliseum) as Rain and Mei Henri (The Birt…
Bart Lambert and Jack Reitman were joint winners of the OffWestEnd Award 2020 for Best Male Performance in a Musical for their roles in Thrill Me: The Leopold and Loeb Story at The…
The stranger and his daughter live alone on a remote island.
Some people pace up and down, others rock back and forth.
Noël Coward described Relatively Speaking as ‘a beautifully constructed and very funny comedy’ and this production at the Jermyn Street Theatre demonstrates how right he was.
A wonderfully entertaining evening of laughter and fine acting is currently to be found in Keith Waterhouse’s Mr and Mrs Nobody, staged by Gabriella Bird in her directorial debut…
The Jermyn Street Theatre continues its Footprints Festival with Lucy Betts’ acclaimed production of Ade Morris’s Lone Flyer, which was first staged at The Watermill Theatre la…
Three years after leaving her unfaithful husband and striking out as an artist, Agnes receives his letter ordering her home.
The Rebels’ Season continues at the Jermyn Street Theatre with Bathsheba Doran’s Parents’ Evening.
About Leo is the first offering in The Rebels Season at Jermyn Street Theatre; an autumn programme that focuses on ‘people who dared to be different’.
“I've always known that one day I would have my own niche in the annals of song.
According to its author, Loo Killebrew, The Play About My Dad “should feel quick-moving, and hopefully have a rhythm that is similar to the rhythm of a storm.
"I used to be scared of them.
The second instalment this Spring of hit theatre festival, Women Redressed.
Fulfilling a long held desire to pay tribute to his hero Stan Laurel,
Jeffrey Holland tells this intriguing, funny and often poignant tale of friendship, love and dedication about …
Told Look Younger is a provocative, frank and insightful comedy by award-winning playwright Stephen Wyatt (The Divine Comedy, Gerontius, Vanity Fair, Memorials to the Missing, Radi…
Rebecca West was one of the supreme journalists and travel
writers of the 20th century, caustic and sharp-eyed.
Barker is waiting.
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