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Jermyn Street Theatre

Though the nine one-act plays that make up Tonight at 8.30 are all written by Noel Coward, in many ways that’s where the similarities...

Written in 1935, The Dog Beneath the Skin is the first play that WH Auden and Christopher collaborated on. While both writers excelled at...

Race and class prejudice loom large in Adrian Hope and Cassie McFarlane’s engaging Mad As Hell. While the stage adaptation of Paddy Chayefsky’s film...

The painterly title Woman Before a Glass is suggestive of the male gaze. This one-woman play by Lanie Robertson – author of Lady Day...

In his memoirs, Arthur Conan Doyle expressed regret for not granting Dr Watson any sense of humour. This unabashedly comic adaptation of The Hound...

Director Alice Hamilton brings her characteristic light touch to this debut play by novelist Judith Burnley. Hamilton’s previous work has embraced stillness, allowing the delicacy...

New artistic director Tom Littler opens the first season of Jermyn Street Theatre as a fully producing venue with the world premiere of The...

After a career as a freelance director and producer, Jermyn Street Theatre’s new artistic director tells Nick Smurthwaite why he couldn’t be more excited...

The latest press night parties, new shows in rehearsal, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week's highlights include press nights of Cat...
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