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THE HEART OF THINGS

A poignant drama about family, ambition, love and loyalty.
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Forthcoming Event Picture
A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD
From the writer of Our Boys comes a hilariously frightening take
on the aspirations of the so-called Me, Me, Me Generation.
Click for more info >>> 14th April to 9th May 2015
Forthcoming Event Picture
SPECIAL SHOWS AT JERMYN STREET

Bringing you the very best of entertainment on selected evenings
Click for more info >>> Sunday 26th April 2015

Detailed Show Information

Show Picture Until 4th April 2015


Close Quarter Productions

presents

THE HEART
OF THINGS

by Giles Cole

Directed by Knight Mantell

Over a weekend in May 2010, in the aftermath of the last general election, the political parties are wrangling over who will form the coalition government.

Meanwhile, in a village near the Norfolk coast, a disillusioned English teacher and parttime election volunteer comes home for a rare visit and tries to put his life in order. However, the politics of family life can be every bit as vindictive and unpredictable as the Whitehall variety, and alliances can be made or broken without warning.

The Heart of Things explores the themes of family, ambition, love and loyalty, and birthdays.
It examines the conundrum that exists in sexual identity and the minor disturbances. that have far-reaching effects in people's private lives.
The play was written in tandem with The Art of Concealment, from the same creative team, which transferred to Riverside Studios from Jermyn Street in May 2012 following wide critical acclaim.

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"The character of Peter requires the most emotional range, and Nick Waring rises to the challenge excellently."
"Ralph Watson excels as the ruthlessly dismissive Brian." Playstosee.com

"Credit to Keith Parry as Bob, a neighbour and father to Ros's child, who provides almost all the comic relief. ThePublicReviews.

"Patience Tomlinson’s lovely portrayal of Ros..."
"Ollo Clark is particularly effective as William, in many ways the lynchpin of the second act."
“Interesting, entertaining and open to interpretation – like most family gatherings The Heart of Things has them all."Londontheatre1.com


CAST:
Ollo Clark, Keith Parry, Amy Rockson, Patience Tomlinson
Nick Waring, Ralph Watson



Monday to Saturday 7.30pm, Saturday matinees 3.30pm

Tickets: £22.00. £18.00

Call the Box Office for further information on: 020 7287 2875

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Show Picture 14th April to 9th May 2015

Banter Productions in association
with Jermyn Street Theatre
present
the World Premiere
of

A LEVEL PLAYING FIELD

by Jonathan Lewis
Directed by Chris Popert

In the music room of a top fee-paying London school, a group of 18-year-olds must
sit out an hour of “isolation” to cover a clash of exams and avoid the risk of cheating.
But their supervising teacher has failed to turn up. In dealing with the dilemmas of the situation, the pupils gradually reveal a darker side to the pressures they are under.

An 11-strong teenage cast portray their own generation in this roller-coaster tale of hope, identity and shattered dreams.

Jonathan Lewis’s play Our Boys opened to universally good reviews in 1991 and had a West End revival in 2012 starring Laurence Fox and Arthur Darvill. His one man show I Found My Horn was critically acclaimed when it opened in 2008. It toured the UK, had a run at the Hampstead Theatre in November 2009, and then came to the Trafalgar Studios in London's West End in 2014.

Educational values are at the top of the political agenda these days, with scarcely a day passing without an outraged editorial in one of the papers. This darkly hilarious comedy blows the debate wide open in the authentic voice of those for whom it matters most – the kids.
CAST:
includes: Jack Bass, Izzy Caley, Eve Delaney, Christian Hines, AJ Lewis,
JoJo Macari, India Opzoomer, Elsa Perryman Owens, Finlay Stroud,
Joe Taylor, Lydia Williams



Monday to Saturday 7.30pm, Saturday matinees 3.30pm,
Extra matinee, Thursday 7th May 3.30pm


This production contains explicit language and smoking.


Tickets: £22.00, £18.00

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Show Picture SPECIAL SHOWS AT JERMYN STREET THEATRE


Cabaret Sunday 26th April 2015

GET HAPPY - THE JUDY GARLAND STORY

starring SALLY JONES
written and directed by LESLIE LEE


Linder Productions present internationally acclaimed musical theatre actress Sally Jones (www.sally-jones.com) in a celebration of the life of the legendary entertainer Judy Garland.
Beautifully written and certainly not a traditional tribute show, this thoroughly entertaining and moving production focuses on the inspirational life of the iconic performer, who Fred Astaire once described as "the greatest entertainer who ever lived." The show is a perfect blend of wonderful stories, fascinating facts, charming humour, moving moments and passionately performed Garland classics, including Over The Rainbow, The Man that Got Away and The Trolley Song.

"Intelligent, moving, funny - a true gem.”
“A moving and sensitively told story of a legend”
"A touching and heartfelt performance”
“Powerfully sung”


Sunday 26th April 2015 at 7.30pm.
All Tickets: £16.00 £14.00 concessions

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Cabaret Sunday 3rd May 2015

Caroline Sheen
SONDHEIM & SO FORTH


Cabaret Theatre includes Alaura/Carla in City of Angels (Donmar Warehouse), Woman 2 in Putting it Together (St James Theatre), Rebecca in Rags (Lyric Theatre), Fanzine and Eponine in Les Miserables (Palace and Queens), Mary in Mary Poppins - Helen Hayes Award (UK/US Tour), Clara in The Light in the Piazza (Curve Leicester), Alice in Dick Whittington (Barbican), Susan in Once in a Lifetime
& Philia in A Funny Thing Happened on the way to the Forum (both National Theatre), Truly Scrumptious in Chitty Chitty Bang Bang (Palladium), Jennifer in The Witches of Eastwick Original Cast (Drury Lane), Sophie u/s in Mamma Mia Original Cast (Prince Edward), Sandy in Grease (Cambridge/Victoria Palace).

Film includes Les Miserables. TV includes Henry VIII Mind of a Tyrant, Doctors, Torchwood and Hotel Babylon.

Sunday 3rd May 2015 at 7.30pm.
All Tickets: £18.00 £16.00 concessions

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