Musical revue In Gay Company to make its West End debut

In Gay Company, the stylish musical revue by Fred Silver, makes its West End debut at the Jermyn Street Theatre later this month for a limited run. First opened off Broadway in 1974, the original production was nominated for “Best Score” by the New York Drama Critic Circle in 1975. It combines witty cabaret songs […]

REVIEW: THE LAST ONES (Jermyn Street Theatre) ★★★

The Last Ones, set in the aftermath of the 1905 Russian revolution, premieres in the UK at the Jermyn Street Theatre. The rarely staged play also marks Artistic Director Anthony Bigg‘s last hurrah at the venue. Maxim Gorky‘s chaotic piece glimpses into the toxic relationships of the Kolomiitsevs. Head of the family and former police […]

REVIEW: ALL OUR CHILDREN (Jermyn Street Theatre) ★★★★

‘They’re just children, aren’t they? Just children.’ Any story that involves the Holocaust is likely to be harrowing, yet amidst all of the sorrow are tales of bravery, determination and love: the risks people took to speak out against the Nazi regime; those who saved countless people… but all too often forgotten are the ordinary […]

REVIEW: THE FROGS (Jermyn Street Theatre) ★★★

Stephen Sondheim’s Musical The Frogs, adapted by Nathan Lane is now playing at Jermyn Street Theatre Freely adapted by Burt Shevelove from the original Aristophanes play, and even more adapted by Nathan Lane – The Frogs had a short Broadway run in 2004 and confronted political issues and how society handles them. Now Nathan Lane […]

REVIEW: Cautionary Tales for Daughters (Jermyn Street Theatre) ★★★★

Presented by Tanya Holt and pianist Birgitta Kenyon (aka A Girl Called Fred) this song cycle is meant as advice and warning from mothers to their daughters. The show began as a personal project for Holt’s daughter Dotty, who is now 11 years old, and has evolved into a 90-minute cabaret with ideas and suggestions […]

Michael Matus & George Rae to star in Stephen Sondheim’s THE FROGS

Michael Matus & George Rae to star in Stephen Sondheim’s THE FROGS at Jermyn Street Theatre. They will play Dionysos and Xanthias in the UK premiere of the latest Broadway version of the rarely performed musical, an hilarious send up of Greek comedy and satire, with a book revised and expanded by Nathan Lane. The […]

Stephen Sondheim’s THE FROGS hops into the West End!

The latest Broadway version of the rarely performed Stephen Sondheim musical The Frogs, an hilarious send up of Greek comedy and satire, with a book revised and expanded by Nathan Lane, is to get its UK premiere in 2017 at Jermyn Street Theatre. The Frogs, loosely based on a comedy written in 405 BC by […]

BEAU BRUMMELL – AN ELEGANT MADNESS comes to Jermyn Street Theatre

This brilliant black comedy by Emmy award-winning Ron Hutchinson (Rat in the Skull, Moonlight and Magnolias) casts light on the patron saint of dandies – Beau Brummell (1778 – 1840). Sean Brosnan (Dr. Who, The Forsyte Saga) and Richard Latham (Casualty, Some Mothers Do ‘Ave ‘Em) bring this exciting revival to life. Not seen in […]

REVIEW: THE AUTUMN GARDEN (Jermyn Street Theatre) ★★★★

Considered to be Lillian Hellman’s best play by contemporary critics and the author herself, THE AUTUMN GARDEN has never been seen in London. The Jermyn Street Theatre now presents the London premiere of this neglected work by the Pulitzer-prize winning author. Set in 1949, the play takes place in Constance Tuckerman’s summer house, about 100 […]

REVIEW: OFF THE KINGS ROAD (Jermyn Street Theatre)

In Neil Koenigsberg’s bittersweet comedy drama, Michael Brandon stars as Matt, an American who is in London for some private time and as part of the process of coming to terms with the recent death of his wife. But checking into a small hotel where he hopes to be as anonymous as possible, while also […]

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