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SPECIAL SHOWS AT JERMYN STREET

Bringing you the very best of entertainment on selected evenings
Click for more info >>> Sunday 31st May 2015
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JERRY'S GIRLS
After a critically acclaimed run at The St James Studio, Jerry's Girls, a musical revue based on the songs of composer/lyricist Jerry Herman transfers for a limited 3 week engagement.
Click for more info >>> Until 31st May 2015
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THE DIRTY TALK
Michael Puzzo's acclaimed one act dark comedy was workshopped at the LAByrinth Theater Company and first produced by the late great Phillip Seymour Hoffman now enjoys a strictly limited one week run at the Jermyn Street Theatre.
Click for more info >>> 2nd June to 6th June 2015
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TOLD LOOK YOUNGER
This provocative, frank and insightful comedy about the love life and sex life of older gay men is written by award-winning playwright Stephen Wyatt (The Divine Comedy, Gerontius, Vanity Fair, Memorials to the Missing, Radio 4).
Click for more info >>> 9th June to 4th July 2015
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LESERE
A Hitchcockian psychological thriller which explores the scars of war and the human capacity for survival
Click for more info >>> 7th July to 1st August 2015

Detailed Show Information

Show Picture Until 31st May 2015

Katy Lipson for Aria Entertainment with Guy James, in association with Jermyn Street Theatre

present

JERRY'S GIRLS
Director Kate Golledge

Musical Director Edward Court
Choreographer Matthew Cole
Lighting Designer Peter Harrison
Designer Rebecca Gunstone
Performer/Musician Sophie Byrne

CAST:
Emma Barton, Ria Jones, Sarah-Louise Young


Featuring songs from classic musicals including Hello Dolly, Mame, Mack and Mabel and La Cage Aux Folles, Jerry’s Girls brings together an all-female cast to celebrate Jerry’s special gift for writing songs that capture the true spirit of the great American musical, honouring the legacy of the multi Tony Award-winning composer and lyricist of some of the greatest Broadway musicals of all time.
Jerry Herman’s many Broadway shows include Hello Dolly, Mame, Dear World, Mack & Mabel, The Grand Tour and La Cage Aux Folles. His string of awards and honours includes multiple Tony, Grammy, Olivier and Drama Desk Awards, the Johnny Mercer Award, the Richard Rodgers Award, the Oscar Hammerstein Award, the Songwriters Hall of Fame and the Theatre Hall of Fame. Jerry also has the distinction of being the only composer-lyricist in history to have three musicals run for more than 1,500 performances on Broadway.

Created by Jerry Herman and collaborator Larry Alford in 1981, Jerry’s Girls originated as a modest cabaret presentation at Onstage, a nightclub located in New York’s theatre district in midtown-Manhattan. After La Cage Aux Folles opened to rave reviews two years later, a full-scale, all-star production was mounted which opened at Broadway’s St. James Theatre in 1985 with a cast including Chita Rivera, who received a Tony-Award nomination for her performance.

Latest reviews
***** Plays To See - “Jerry’s Girls is quite simply the best night out to be had in London.”
***** The Upcoming Review - “Warm, exciting, humorous, emotional and reminiscent, this revival has it all.”
***** British Theatre review - When all three are singing and dancing together, the production cannot be faulted.

Reviews from the recent St James Studio Production;
★★★★★ ‘This is a joyous, vital and tightly choreographed production and is a must-see for those who love Herman – and even those who don’t.’ Entertainment Focus
★★★★★ ‘I suggest using your best tricks to blag a ticket to this wonderful show, before it finishes.’ West End Wilma
★★★★★ ‘Jerry’s Girls is a must-see for any fan of musical theatre.’ London Theatre
★★★★ ‘Jerry Herman’s iconic songs are glorious and contemporary in this must-see revue showcasing some incredible vocal talent. ‘ The Stage
★★★★ ‘Jerry’s Girls is a blissful and insightful evening, shining the light on an exceptionally talented theatrical legend.’ West End Frame
★★★★ ‘If there’s an empty seat in the next fortnight, it will be little short of criminal.’ Musical Theatre Review
From the original production;
‘A brilliantly lively and scintillating evening of cabaret.’ The New York Times
‘Warm, witty, lively and terrific!’ Associated Press
‘A show of tremendous musicality and great wit.’ Variety

Tuesday to Saturday 7.30pm, Saturday & Sunday matinees 3.30pm.
Extra Matinee on Thursday 28th 3.30pm.


£22.00, £18.00 concessions, Thursday matinees £17.00
Plus 9 cabaret style seats at tables £22.00 each - available only
via the Box Office


Call the Box Office for further information on: 020 7287 2875
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Show Picture 2nd to 6th June 2015

Royal Row in association
with Jermyn Street Theatre
presents

THE DIRTY TALK

by Michael Puzzo

Directed by Charlotte Westenra.
Lower Ninth (Donmar at Trafalgar Studios), Kiss of the Spider Woman (Donmar), My Dad’s A Birdman (Sheffield Crucible).


Mitch's girlfriend’s left him. He’s stranded in a hunting cabin in the middle of a storm. Someone's just turned up to make his day even worse.
During their tumultuous day together the two explore what defines being a man, the lies we tell each other and most devastatingly the lies we tell ourselves.

Michael Puzzo's acclaimed one act dark comedy which was workshopped at the LAByrinth Theater Company and first produced for the New York Fringe by the late great Phillip Seymour Hoffman now enjoys a strictly limited one week run.

"A delicious two-hander hilariously doled out by Mr Puzzo...as rewarding a trip off the beaten path as you'll make" - The New York Times

CAST:
Nicholas Hammond, James Sindall


Tuesday to Saturday 7.30pm, Saturday matinee 3.30pm
Extra Late Show on Friday 5th June 9.00pm

£18.00 £16 concessions


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Show Picture 9th June to 4th July 2015

Eldarin Yeong Studio and Theatre Alive!
in association with Jermyn Street Theatre

presents

TOLD LOOK YOUNGER
by Stephen Wyatt

Directed by Sue Dunderdale

After spending many years alone following the death of his long-term lover, Colin is suddenly planning to marry his recent boyfriend, a nineteen year-old Turkish boy called Achmet. Is it love, lust or loneliness which drives him? Is Achmed simply a gold-digger in search of a UK passport? Will his decision affect the friendship with his two trusted friends?

Told Look Younger is a provocative, frank and insightful comedy about the love life
and sex life of older gay men by award-winning playwright Stephen Wyatt (The Divine Comedy, Gerontius, Vanity Fair, Memorials to the Missing, Radio 4).

The production is directed by the celebrated and prolific theatre & screen director
Sue Dunderdale (EastEnders, Coronation Street, The Bill, Casualty, etc.)


CAST:
Robin Hooper - Oliver
Michael Garner - Jeremy
Christopher Hunter - Colin
Simon Haines - The Waiters


Monday to Saturday 7.30pm. Saturday matinees 3.30pm.
Extra matinees Thursdays 25th June & 2nd July
Post show discussions: 1st July 9:00pm


£22.00 £18.00 concessions

GALA NIGHTS: All tickets £35.00
Saturday 13th June 7:30pm: Post Show Discussion at 9.00pm.
This performance is specially arranged to support the work of
Opening Doors London (with Age UK Camden), the leading charity
that provides services to older LGBT people.

Tuesday 23rd June 7:30pm: Post Show Discussion at 9.00pm.
This performance is specially arranged to support Pride in London
the largest annual celebration for the LGBT community in London.
Your purchase of each ticket includes £10 donation to charity to help the organisations keep running their activities for the community.


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Show Picture 7th July to 1st August 2015

Keep Calm and Carry On Productions
and Hartshorn-Hook Productions
in association with Jermyn Street Theatre

presents

LESERE
by Ashley G Holloway

Director - Donnacadh O’Briain
Designer - Ellan Parry

1921. Rural France. Jane and John Lesere have survived the War and created their garden of Eden.
On an ordinary day in an extraordinary era, a charming stranger arrives who smashes the façade of their French idyll. In a deadly game of cat and mouse, he exposes the falsehoods upon which they've built their new life and shatters their fragile tranquillity. But what for?
Lesere is a Hitchcockian psychological thriller which explores the scars of war and the human capacity for survival.
Directed by Donnacadh O’Briain. (“O’Briain’s production generates an intense, interrogatory intimacy.”
Independent on Sunday (Critics Choice) ★★★★ - for The Early Bird), designed by Ellan Parry, winner of the Jocelyn Herbert award and Linbury prize finalist.
Featuring original music by Greg Batsleer, recipient of the Arts Foundation fellowship award and 2014 nominee for Off West End award for sound design.

CAST:
To be Announced


Monday to Saturday 7.30pm, Saturday Matinees 3.30pm

£22.00, £18.00
Earlybird offer - all tickets £17.00 if booked before 20th June 2015.


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Show Picture SPECIAL SHOWS AT JERMYN STREET THEATRE


Cabaret Sunday 31st May 2015

Rosamund Shelley as Clara Novello Davies
Gavin Roberts as her accompinist.
Directed by Pip Broughton


In 1938, Madame Clara Novello Davies - singer, pianist, conductor, one of Cardiff's most famous daughters - looks back at her life, and her relationship with her son, Ivor, whose unexpected fame has eclipsed hers.

In a funny yet poignant final performance, she sings his songs, and allows us a glimpse of her conflicting emotions - envy,guilt, regret ... and a new feeling of invisibilty.

Sunday 31st May 2015 at 8.00pm.
All Tickets: £15.00 £12.00 concessions

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Cabaret Wednesday 24th June 2015

PROPAGANDA AND THE CULT
OF THE KIMS: daily life in the Hermit Kingdom


Jeremy Hunter - the celebrated photographer - has had unprecedented access to North Korea, and has compiled and shot an extraordinary record of daily life in one of the most secretive and isolated states on Earth.
North Korea (DPRK) is the only hereditary communist 'monarchy' in the world. It is also the most repressive nation on earth, probably the most brutal and certainly the most secretive. Propaganda pervades every single facet of life in North Korea. The Cult of the Kim Dynasty is not only based on, but sustained, through propaganda. And by consistent, and persistent, distortion and fabrication of the truth.
Robert Gates, former CIA director, considered the country to be "the toughest intelligence target in the world". Jeremy Hunter is one of a band of Pyongyang "watchers" who is both repelled yet fascinated by the country. He entered the country just before the death of Kim Jong-Il, Kim 2, the Dear Leader, to photograph "ARIRANG" - an extraordinary, epic, propagandist spectacle.

It was a two hour mass-celebration on a mind-boggling scale that had been staged outdoors, in Pyongyang in the world's largest stadium, every August and September for the previous ten years featuring a meticulously choreographed military and gymnastic display before vast backdrops created out of thousands of hand-held flip charts. In 60 minutes, Jeremy Hunter illustrates and reveals the cultural and political significance of many of these backdrops, and in the first half of his talk gives an extraordinary account of daily life in one of the strangest and most secretive states on Earth.

Wednesday 24th June 2015 at 1.00pm.
All Tickets: £10.00 £8.00 concessions

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Cabaret Sunday 26th July 2015

LIZ ROBERTSON as
VALERIE HOBSON

by Max Tiarks
directed by Matthew Gould


“It’s a dreadful thing Stephen Ward killed himself. But don’t blame us."

She relinquished a film career (Great Expectations and Kind Heart and Coronets) to become the wife of John Profumo MP.
She stood by him when he resigned from Government. Where did this leave Valerie Hobson?


Cabaret Liz Robertson – internationally acclaimed and award-nominated for My Fair Lady (written and directed by her late husband Alan Jay Lerner),
The King and I and Love Never Dies
– stars in this riveting one-act look at the aftermath of the Profumo scandal... from the wife’s perspective.

"Max Tiarks’ fine play." Tim Walker, Daily Telegraph

For one performance only

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