NEWS: Production Images Released for The Frogs Ahead of UK Premiere

Production images for Grace Wessels production of Stephen Sondheim’s musical The Frogs have been released ahead of its UK premiere at Jermyn Street Theatre this evening (16th March).  This production is based on the 2004 Broadway production and includes a book revised and expanded by Nathan Lane. The Frogs follows Dionysos, Greek god of wine and drama, and… Read More

NEWS: Michael Matus & George Rae to Star in The Frogs at Jermyn Street Theatre

Casting for the revival of  Stephen Sondheim’s rarely performed musical The Frogs, playing at the Jermyn Street Theatre from the 14th March, has been announced.  Starring in this new production of the musical, loosely based on a comedy written in 405 BC by Aristophanes will be Michael Matus as Dionysos and George Rae as Xanthias.… Read More

London Theatres You Need To Visit

Here is Love London Love Culture’s guide to some theatres you must visit if you are in the capital…  1. Southwark Playhouse – at the moment, the theatre isn’t based in Southwark but in Elephant and Castle but it presents a wide variety of dramas and presents musicals that haven’t been seen on stage for a… Read More

Review Round Up: The Twentieth Century, Jermyn Street Theatre

This UK premiere of Tom Jacobson’s play stars James Sindall and Fraser Wall and  looks at a dark chapter in the history of gay rights. But what have critics been saying about it?  The Guardian: ** “It’s a fascinating tale, but one inadequately explored in Tom Jacobson’s tricksy two-hander.” The Times: ** “The production is far too seduced… Read More

NEWS: Stephen Sondheim’s The Frogs to Jump into the West End

The rarely performed Stephen Sondheim musical The Frogs is to leap its way into London and the Jermyn Street Theatre from the 14th March 2017.  Based loosely on a comedy written in 405 BC by Aristophanes, Stephen Sondheim’s musical version adapted  by Burt Shevelove, and even more freely adapted by Nathan Lane will appear at the… Read More

REVIEW: Pride & Prejudice, Jermyn Street Theatre

Two Bit Classics bring to life this beloved story in a refreshing adaptation that features a cast of two – but does it work?  How do you bring one of literature’s most beloved novels to life with a cast of two? Well Two Bit Classics has great fun and imagination with this production, directed with… Read More

NEWS: Jermyn Street Theatre to Present Beau Brummell – An Elegant Madness in 2017

The Jermyn Street Theatre is to bring Ron Hutchinson’s comedy to the London stage for the first time in 15 years from the 13th February until the 11th March 2017.  Ron Hutchinson’s play casts light on the patron saint of dandies – Beau Brummell (1778 – 1840), with a script that has been updated to reinvigorate… Read More

NEWS:Joannah Tincey’s Production of Pride & Prejudice to Play at Jermyn Street Theatre

This unique production of Jane Austen’s classic love story featuring a cast of two will arrive at the Jermyn Street Theatre from the 30th November until the 21st December following a UK tour.  Using nothing but Jane Austen’s text, two actors perform the classic story for a unique and refreshing take on one of the… Read More

Things to See and Do…Saturday 16th July

There is a lot of exciting productions for you all to see at the moment here is Love London Love Culture’s guide to some of them.  Through the Mill, Southwark Playhouse: taking a look at Judy Garland’s life at three different points of her life, Ray Rackham’s play has received great reviews from critics when it opened… Read More

REVIEW: I’m Getting My Act Together and Taking it on the Road, Jermyn Street Theatre

Gretchen Cryer and Nancy Ford’s 1978 Off-Broadway and West End musical is back in London, with plenty to say that is still relevant today in Matthew Gould’s production.  Warm, passionate and feel-good are just a few words to describe Matthew Gould’s production of Gretchen Cryer and Nancy Ford’s musical, which is currently playing in London… Read More