A remarkable week for JHI

The past couple of weeks has been HUGE for JHI across all the different areas we work on.

We started with a busy day, celebrating The Play That Goes Wrong’s 5th birthday with all the past and present faces of those who have worked so hard on the continued success of the production. Naturally the evening went terribly and catastrophically awry, but of course everyone laughed and danced through it.

The literary world experienced one of its biggest events ever with the launch of sequel to The Handmaid’s Tale, Margaret Atwood’s The Testaments! It was an incredibly exciting project to work on and along with the world, we can’t wait to get reading The Testaments!

Away from London, A Woman of No Importance kicked off with a bang! The stellar cast put on a great performance for their opening night at Cheltenham, and we are excited to see the production go from strength to strength.

Brooklyn the Musical caused a song and dance at the Theatre Café, putting on an afternoon performance. They definitely stirred up a lot of excitement for their run at the Greenwich theatre, starting on 27th September.

Unlucky for some, Friday the 13th sees Normality opening at The Other Palace. An exciting new project from the new production company, Up Piccadilly. Break a leg to all those involved!

Finally, Noises Off have headed back into rehearsals, with their West End run eagerly anticipated by many. The writer of the play, Michael Frayn, also celebrated his 86th birthday and with how amazing the new production is, we can see Noises Off one day reaching a birthday just as significant!