WEST WING, SOMERSET HOUSE, LONDON WC2R 1LA

We are located at Somerset House and are delighted to be a part of its creative community.

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It's Summertime!


The first month of summer is here and we’re very excited for what’s to come!

We are counting down the days until the Edinburgh Fringe Festival where we have two exciting shows – SIX and Once Seen on Blue Peter: Makes, Bakes and Outtakes. We’ll get a taste of our childhood as some of our favourite Blue Peter presenters take to the stage in the Assembly Ballroom! Ex-presenters including Peter Duncan, Mark Curry, Janet Ellis, Peter Purves and Tim Vincent will tell us what it was like to be part of the world’s longest running children’s TV programme. We are excited to see the return of our favourite Tudor Queens as they turn to pop princesses, following on from six sold out performances at the Arts Theatre in London. Looking forward to the soundtrack release as I am sure it will be all that we listen to in the office!

JHI are also looking forward for It Happened in Key West, opening at Charing Cross Theatre. Conceived and produced by Jeremiah James, known for his career in the international recording group TEATRO, this madcap romantic comedy is based on a true story! We can’t wait for its London debut!

Speaking of Jeremiah James… he’s returning after an almost 10-year absence to perform on the 11th of June at Zedels in London. With his world-class voice and captivating stage presence, James will be performing his show Jeremiah James: Choose Love, a celebration of love in all its forms! 

And as the weather warms up, summer means one thing - long school holidays! JHI are pleased to be involved in Kids Week again this year. For the month of August, children aged 16 and under can get free theatre tickets to selected performances. We’re so looking forward to seeing many children experience shows including The Play That Goes Wrong, Thriller, The Importance of Being Earnest, Gangsta Granny, Horrible Histories, The Comedy About A Bank Robbery and Mamma Mia!


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