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Photo Coverage: Close Quarter Productions Presents The Heart Of Things by Giles Cole - Jermyn StreetPhoto Coverage: Close Quarter Productions Presents The Heart Of Things by Giles Cole - Jermyn Street
by BWW News Desk - Mar 4, 2015

The Heart of Things by Giles Cole runs at Jermyn Street Theatre from 10 March to 4 April. Nick Waring (The Three Musketeers, Hay Fever, The Trials of Oscar Wilde , Star Quality) plays the lead role of disillusioned English teacher, Peter Calder, and says it was the writing that drew him to the play. 'The Heart of Things has many beautiful and delicate shades of grey', he says and then, with a laugh, adds, 'but not 50. It's definitely got more than 50. At my stage of life, I understand it more than I care to admit. The play explores how to be happy through the disappointment of middle age'. (more...)

West End's THE HEART OF THINGS Announces Full Cast, Including Ralph WatsonWest End's THE HEART OF THINGS Announces Full Cast, Including Ralph Watson
by BWW News Desk - Feb 10, 2015

Ralph Watson, Nick Waring and Patience Tomlinson lead the cast of the The Heart of Things by Giles Cole, which premieres at Jermyn Street Theatre this Spring. Giles is joined by director Knight Mantell, to reform the team that created the hugely acclaimed The Art of Concealment about the life of Terence Rattigan, which was staged at the same theatre in 2012. With impeccable timing, as the 2015 election campaign goes into overdrive and the political parties are once again at each other's throats, Close Quarter Productions presents this poignant and gripping family drama set against the background of the 2010 general election. The production runs from March 10 to April 4 as part of the theatre's twenty-first anniversary year. (more...)

Jermyn Street Theatre's Winter Season of 21st Anniversary Year to Feature IVY & JOAN and THE LAST OF THE DE MULLINSJermyn Street Theatre's Winter Season of 21st Anniversary Year to Feature IVY & JOAN and THE LAST OF THE DE MULLINS
by BWW News Desk - Nov 24, 2014

Following this Autumn's sell-out 1930s programme, Jermyn Street Theatre's Artistic Director Anthony Biggs announces a season of two premieres and a revival to kick off the theatre's twenty-first anniversary year. Comprising three plays and running from January to April, the line up is made up James Hogan's two works Ivy & Joan, The Last of The De Mullins by Edwardian playwright St John Hankin and The Heart of Things by the writer of the acclaimed The Art of Concealment, Giles Cole. (more...)

The Finborough Theatre to Present VALLEY OF SONG Starting January 12The Finborough Theatre to Present VALLEY OF SONG Starting January 12
by BWW News Desk - Jan 12, 2014

The Finborough Theatre's acclaimed Celebrating British Music Theatre series returns with Ivor Novello's very last musical, Valley of Song, playing a a two week run from Sunday, 12 January 2014. (Press Night: Tuesday, 14 January 2014 at 7.30pm). (more...)

Marshall + Cole Theatricals Ltd presents  AND IN THE END  THE DEATH AND LIFE OF JOHN LENNON, March 7-June 1Marshall + Cole Theatricals Ltd presents AND IN THE END THE DEATH AND LIFE OF JOHN LENNON, March 7-June 1
by BWW News Desk - Mar 11, 2013

December 8, 1980, 10.52pm New York City, The Dakota Apartments. Five bone- chilling gunshots ring out, shattering the stillness of the night. One of the most iconic figures of the Fighting to stay alive, John Lennon finds himself caught in a limbo between life and death. As his former years flash before him, Gatekeepers of his past help him confront the five stages of death - Denial, Anger, Bargaining, Depression and Acceptance. (more...)

Review Roundup: DEAR WORLD with Betty Buckley and Paul NicholasReview Roundup: DEAR WORLD with Betty Buckley and Paul Nicholas
by Review Roundups - Feb 14, 2013

The British premiere of Jerry Herman's musical Dear World, starring Betty Buckley and Paul Nicholas and directed and choreographed by Gillian Lynne, opened 13 February and runs through 30 March 2013. (more...)

Photo Flash: Max Maven Celebrates Opening Night Off-BroadwayPhoto Flash: Max Maven Celebrates Opening Night Off-Broadway
by BWW News Desk - Jun 15, 2012

Named by Orson Welles as "the most original mind in magic", world famous mentalist and master magician Max Maven makes his Off-Broadway debut in the summer's most mind bending supernatural attraction, MAX MAVEN: THINKING IN PERSON. Previews began at The Abingdon Theatre Arts Complex (312 W. 36th Street -1st floor) on June 12th. Presented by Alexander Marshall and Giles Cole, Maven's electrifyingform of on-stage mentalism, officially opened last night, June 14th and continues until Sunday, July 1st. Check out photos from opening night below! (more...)

MAX MAVEN: THINKING IN PERSON Begins Tonight, 6/12 at Abingdon Theatre Arts ComplexMAX MAVEN: THINKING IN PERSON Begins Tonight, 6/12 at Abingdon Theatre Arts Complex
by BWW News Desk - Jun 12, 2012

MAX MAVEN: THINKING IN PERSON begins previews at The Abingdon Theatre Arts Complex (312 W. 36th Street -1st floor) tonight, June 12th at 7PM. (more...)

THE ART OF CONCEALMENT Set for Riverside Studios, May 1THE ART OF CONCEALMENT Set for Riverside Studios, May 1
by BWW News Desk - May 19, 2012

Following its sell-out run at Jermyn Street Theatre in January, THE ART OF CONCEALMENT comes to Riverside Studios this May. (more...)

MAX MAVEN: THINKING IN PERSON Begins 6/12 at Abingdon Theatre Arts ComplexMAX MAVEN: THINKING IN PERSON Begins 6/12 at Abingdon Theatre Arts Complex
by BWW News Desk - May 14, 2012

MAX MAVEN: THINKING IN PERSON begins previews at The Abingdon Theatre Arts Complex (312 W. 36th Street -1st floor) on Tuesday, June 12th at 7PM. (more...)

THE ART OF CONCEALMENT Set for Riverside Studios Today, May 1THE ART OF CONCEALMENT Set for Riverside Studios Today, May 1
by BWW News Desk - May 1, 2012

Following its sell-out run at Jermyn Street Theatre in January, THE ART OF CONCEALMENT comes to Riverside Studios this May. (more...)

THE ART OF CONCEALMENT Set for Riverside Studios, May 1THE ART OF CONCEALMENT Set for Riverside Studios, May 1
by BWW News Desk - Apr 11, 2012

Following its sell-out run at Jermyn Street Theatre in January, THE ART OF CONCEALMENT comes to Riverside Studios this May. (more...)

THE ART OF CONCEALMENT Plays Jermyn Street TheatreTHE ART OF CONCEALMENT Plays Jermyn Street Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Jan 28, 2012

Terence Rattigan, once regarded as the golden boy of the West End stage, is 66 years old and dying of leukaemia. (more...)

THE ART OF CONCEALMENT Plays Jermyn Street Theatre, Jan. 9-28THE ART OF CONCEALMENT Plays Jermyn Street Theatre, Jan. 9-28
by BWW News Desk - Jan 27, 2012

1977. Terence Rattigan, once regarded as the golden boy of the West End stage, is 66 years old and dying of leukaemia. As he waits for the curtain to rise on the first night of his last West End play (Cause Célèbre) he is haunted by memories from his earlier life - his schooldays at Harrow, his disagreements with his philandering ex-diplomat father, his devotion to his mother, his lovers, his huge success and wealth followed by his spectacular fall from favour, his descent into delusion and paranoia - and, through all this, his relationships with two of his closest friends and the lover of whom they disapproved. (more...)

THE ART OF CONCEALMENT Plays Jermyn Street TheatreTHE ART OF CONCEALMENT Plays Jermyn Street Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Jan 9, 2012

Terence Rattigan, once regarded as the golden boy of the West End stage, is 66 years old and dying of leukaemia. (more...)

THE ART OF CONCEALMENT Plays Jermyn Street Theatre, Jan. 9-28THE ART OF CONCEALMENT Plays Jermyn Street Theatre, Jan. 9-28
by BWW News Desk - Jan 9, 2012

1977. Terence Rattigan, once regarded as the golden boy of the West End stage, is 66 years old and dying of leukaemia. As he waits for the curtain to rise on the first night of his last West End play (Cause Célèbre) he is haunted by memories from his earlier life - his schooldays at Harrow, his disagreements with his philandering ex-diplomat father, his devotion to his mother, his lovers, his huge success and wealth followed by his spectacular fall from favour, his descent into delusion and paranoia - and, through all this, his relationships with two of his closest friends and the lover of whom they disapproved. (more...)

THE ART OF CONCEALMENT Plays Jermyn Street TheatreTHE ART OF CONCEALMENT Plays Jermyn Street Theatre
by BWW News Desk - Dec 30, 2011

Terence Rattigan, once regarded as the golden boy of the West End stage, is 66 years old and dying of leukaemia. (more...)

THE ART OF CONCEALMENT Plays Jermyn Street Theatre, Jan. 9-28THE ART OF CONCEALMENT Plays Jermyn Street Theatre, Jan. 9-28
by BWW News Desk - Nov 19, 2011

1977. Terence Rattigan, once regarded as the golden boy of the West End stage, is 66 years old and dying of leukaemia. As he waits for the curtain to rise on the first night of his last West End play (Cause Célèbre) he is haunted by memories from his earlier life - his schooldays at Harrow, his disagreements with his philandering ex-diplomat father, his devotion to his mother, his lovers, his huge success and wealth followed by his spectacular fall from favour, his descent into delusion and paranoia - and, through all this, his relationships with two of his closest friends and the lover of whom they disapproved. (more...)

DREAM OF THE DOG Transfers To The West End, Opens May 26DREAM OF THE DOG Transfers To The West End, Opens May 26
by BWW News Desk - May 26, 2010

Meeting Point Productions Ltd in association with Neil McPherson for the Finborough Theatre presents THE EUROPEAN PREMIERE Dream of the Dog by Craig Higginson. Directed by Katie McAleese. Designed by Alex Marker. Lighting Design by Michael Nabarro. Sound Design by Andrew Pontzen. Costume Design by Penn O'Gara. Cast: Ariyon Bakare. Gracy Goldman. Bernard Kay. Janet Suzman. (more...)

DREAM OF THE DOG Transfers To The West End, Opens May 26DREAM OF THE DOG Transfers To The West End, Opens May 26
by BWW News Desk - May 20, 2010

Meeting Point Productions Ltd in association with Neil McPherson for the Finborough Theatre presents THE EUROPEAN PREMIERE Dream of the Dog by Craig Higginson. Directed by Katie McAleese. Designed by Alex Marker. Lighting Design by Michael Nabarro. Sound Design by Andrew Pontzen. Costume Design by Penn O'Gara. Cast: Ariyon Bakare. Gracy Goldman. Bernard Kay. Janet Suzman. (more...)

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