Stephen Unwin’s All Our Children, his gripping new play probing one of the darkest episodes in recent history will be presented at Jermyn Street Theatre from 26 April to 3 June 2017. Unwin’s elegant debut work shows a world caught in a spiral of horror and examines a brutal system which sanctioned mass murder for […]
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These songs rank amongst Sondheim’s best, and the witty, light-as-air confection of the book is a constant joy, managing to stay always earthy and ‘grounded’, no matter how fancified the subject matter might become.
We are pleased to bring you David Ovenden’s great first look production photos released from Stephen Sondheim’s The Frogs, making its UK debut tonight at London’s Jermyn Street Theatre. The latest Broadway version of the rarely performed Sondheim musical, an hilarious send-up of Greek comedy and satire, with a book revised and expanded by Nathan […]
This is an accomplished show, capturing the spirit and social comedy of Austen with added humour from the multiple casting. It has come to the Jermyn Street Theatre at the end of a successful UK tour.
A new play to be staged at Jermyn Street Theatre, tells story of the relationship between showbiz icons Marilyn Monroe and Frank Sinatra. The play which has been exhaustively researched, looks at the five weeks in 1955 where the couple lived together. They remained close right up until her death. On the night that Marilyn […]
Following it’s acclaimed London season, I Loved Lucy – Lee Tannen’s play based on his personal relationship with comedic superstar Lucille Ball will return to Jermyn Street Theatre for a further three week season. Sandra Dickinson will reprise the role of Lucille Ball for the return run which runs from Wednesday 6 to Saturday 23 […]
It was announced today Jerry’s Girls will transfer to the Jermyn Street Theatre for a limited three week run from 12 to 31 May 2015. The show was a sell-out smash at the St James Studio ealrier this year. Jerry’s Girl features songs from musicals written by Jerry Herman, the Tony Award-winning composer and lyricist […]
For both Joan and Ivy, their lives are about to change, even if they themselves cannot, but James Hogan leaves us with little hope that it will be a change for the better.