Originally written as a play for Radio 4, Rose Heiney has adapted her often disturbing monologue for the stage and the intimacy of the tiny Jermyn Street Theatre is the perfect space to experience it.
Theatre News and Reviews
Review: ORIGINAL DEATH RABBIT at Jermyn Street Theatre
By Tim Winter Friday, January 18 2019, 21:58
One of Broadway’s royalty is headed to London’s West End
By Phil Willmott Friday, January 18 2019, 10:20
Matthew Broderick is to star opposite Elizabeth McGovern in Academy Award-winner Kenneth Lonergan's The Starry Messenger.
Review: THE DAUGHTER IN LAW at the Arcola Theatre
By Phil Willmott Thursday, January 17 2019, 19:12
Expect to see a lot of D.H. Lawrence as the work of the renowned novelist has recently entered the public domain. He also wrote plays and every ten years or so we’re delighted afresh to rediscover them.
Ellie Nunn (Minnie Gascoyne) and Matthew Biddulph (Joe Gascoyne) in The Daughter-in-Law at the Arcola Theatre. Photography Idil Sukan.
The Mystery of the Shape-shifting Les Mis!
By Phil Willmott Wednesday, January 16 2019, 13:55
Review: IN LIPSTICK at The Pleasance Theatre
By Tim Winter Monday, January 14 2019, 10:29
Annie Jenkins' first full-length play, which was workshopped in 2016 and shortlisted for the Theatre503 Award, gets an eagerly awaited full production from the Up In Arms touring theatre company team, but they are staying put at the Pleasance Theatre with In Lipstick until the end of January.
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