Jermyn Street Theatre

What happened when August Strindberg believed he could make gold
By Howard Brenton
Playwright Howard Brenton on the remarkable period in the Swedish playwright's life where he became an alchemist
Jermyn Street Theatre announces first season as a producing house
Tom Littler has announced his first season as artistic director of the theatre
5 minutes with Stephen Unwin: 'My first play is about the rights of the disabled'
The seasoned director talks about his debut play and how his own experiences have influenced his writing
New theatre to open in Ladbroke Grove
Anthony Biggs will be co-artistic director of the new space with original founder Peter Tate
Exclusive: Casting announced for Stephen Unwin's debut play All Our Children
Unwin will also direct the piece, which opens at the Jermyn Street Theatre in May
Review: The Frogs (Jermyn Street Theatre)
Jermyn Street plays host to the UK premiere of Sondheim's send up of Greek comedy
Anthony Biggs announces final season at Jermyn Street Theatre
Stephen Unwin's All Our Children opens the artistic director's last season in charge
Review: The Twentieth Century Way (Jermyn Street Theatre)
A multi-layered production from The Collective exposes a dark period in gay history
Review: The Autumn Garden (Jermyn Street Theatre)
An impressive revival production of Lillian Hellman's fierce 1951 play