Show Picture Until 18th October 2014

Jermyn Street Theatre



by John Van Druten
Directed by Anthony Biggs
Designer Victoria Johnstone
Lighting Designer Charlie Lucas
Sound Designer Gareth McLeod

1934, Bedford Square, London. In their beautiful and tasteful home Naomi and Lewis Jacklin live a contented, if unromantic, life of luxury. But when her disapproving sister Mercia arrives unexpectedly one evening with some of Naomi's old belongings, memories of the past, long since forgotten, flicker to life: a vicarage in Sussex in October 1914, and a final dinner before the men leave for war...

Set during and after the First World War, John van Druten's Flowers of the Forest is an enthralling, heart-wrenching story of love, memory and devastating loss by one of the most acclaimed playwrights of the 1930s.

John Van Druten (1901-1957) was a prolific playwright who achieved success in Britain and America. He is best known for his play I am a Camera (1951), his dramatisation of Christopher Isherwood's Berlin stories which formed the basis of the musical Cabaret. Other work includes Young Woodley (1925), London Wall (1931), Behold We Live (1932) and Bell, Book and Candle (1950), later made into a film starring James Stewart and Kim Novak. He wrote the screenplay for the film Gaslight starring Ingrid Bergman, Joseph Cotton and Angela Lansbury.

Patrick Drury, Daniel Fine, Jennie Goossens, Gareth McLeod, Debra Penny, Victoria Rigby, Mark Straker, Alwyne Taylor, Gabriel Vick, Max Wilson and Sophie Ward.

Tuesday to Saturday 7.30pm, Saturday/Sunday matinees 3.30pm

£22.00 £18.00 concessions.

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VIVIEN: Letter to Larry
Letter to Larry brings to vivid life the making, and breaking, of Vivien Leigh. When she receives a letter from Laurence Olivier asking for a divorce, she is taken to the edge, fighting for his love-and her life.
Click for more info >>> Wednesday 1st, 8th & 15th October only
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Primavera presents the first revival of Terence Rattigan's debut work First Episode which was co-authored with Philip Heimann. Based on the true story of a movie star's appearance in an Oxford student play.
Click for more info >>> 28th October to 22nd November 2014
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Continuing the theme of unspoken sexuality, the season ends with Mordaunt Sharpe's, scandalous story of the choice between illicit love and respectabilty.
Click for more info >>> 25th November to 21st December 2014