The Jermyn Street opened in August 1994, in a space that was formerly a changing room for staff at a restaurant. In 1997, the theatre was further boosted in 1997 with a National Lottery Grant from the Arts Council.
The 70-seat theatre is committed to staging new writing, either through in-house or externally produced, putting on one new musical a year, and finding unknown or forgotten classics to perform (these plays have included Little Eyolf, Danger: Memory, and The River Line). Jermyn Street is further committed to producing these works to a high a quality as possible.
The theatre is run by trustees and supported by its many sponsors.
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