This tiny place -- it has 80 seats, not 20 -- puts on terrific productions. I've seen three so far and they have all been first rate. Yes, it's not posh and the seats are second hand but, unlike many of its more luxurious and vastly more expensive west end competitors (some subsidised), it offers real and exciting theatre.
Jermyn Street Theatre
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Posted: Wed Jun 20 2012
You're guaranteed at least one new musical a year at Jermyn Street Theatre, a venue where the work of newbie playwrights is aired alongside the forgotten or rarely-staged works of established writers. The combination results in a bill that has featured both Sylvia Plath's only play 'Three Women' and Zoe Samuel and Benjamin Scheuer’s satirical 'Jihad! The Musical'.
What's on at Jermyn Street Theatre
The premiere production of 'Emmerdale' writer Dave Simpson's new comedy arrives in London. Straight from the Bolton Octagon, the play looks at the perils of internet dating through the story of two people who enhance their online attractability in their...
The life of the stalwart of the English GCSE syllabus Wilfred Owen is told in this play by songwriter Dean Johnson, from his early life in Birkenhead to his death in the trenches in World War One.
- Rating: 3/5
This review is of the show's run at the Print Room in 2013. The show returns to Jermyn Street Theatre in 2015. Boutiquey Notting Hill fringe theatre The Print Room has a new space, the Balcony, and it's ripe with potential. Intimate as a living-room,...
Mordaunt Shairp's comedy 'The Green Bay Tree' is revived by Tim Luscombe as part of the Jermyn Street Theatre's winter season. The comedy of manipulation follows a young man forced to choose between the love of his fiancée and the lifestyle of his male...