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Jermyn Street Theatre

The latest press night parties, events and awards from the theatrical world in pictures. This week’s highlights include the press nights of Haunting Julia at Queen's Theatre...

As a cloud-like parachute billows above a room strewn with knick-knacks and suffused with memories (a superb design from Daisy Blower), a middle-aged man...

Bathsheba Doran explores the thorny subject of parenting in her 2010 short play Parents’ Evening, receiving its European premiere at Jermyn Street Theatre. As a...

Not to be confused with Dora Carrington, the Surrealist painter and writer Leonora Carrington’s life was as rich in creative energy and high drama...

When Hurricane Katrina hit the US and surrounding areas in August 2005, it killed almost 2000 people, displaced tens of thousands more, and caused...

Sewing tends to be thought of as a quiet, meditative activity performed by women in peaceful surroundings. The men's prison in which Hideous Kinky...

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...
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