Jermyn Street Theatre
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|Public transit||Piccadilly Circus|
|Type||West End Studio Theatre|
Formerly the changing rooms for staff at the Spaghetti House restaurant, it was transformed under the leadership of Howard Jameson into a 70-seat studio theatre. It opened in August 1994. Its artistic directors include Neil Marcus, David Babani, Anthony Biggs and Tom Littler.
In their mission statement, the theatre states that their aim is "to provide talented new actors, directors and writers with the opportunity to be recognised and given a platform in the best West End Studio Theatre."
In 2012 Trevor Nunn directed Michael Gambon and Eileen Atkins in the stage premiere of All That Fall by Samuel Beckett. In October 2012 Anthony Biggs was appointed Artistic Director. He was replaced in 2017 by Tom Littler,  who announced his intention to transform the theatre into a producing house. 
- Time Out, London
- "About Us - Jermyn Street TheatreJermyn Street Theatre". Retrieved 23 November 2015.
- The Stage