The Memories Season


By Craig Taylor

Directed by Laura Keefe

In association with The Watermill Theatre


Jermyn Street Theatre

2 December to 11 January 2019
Press night Friday 6 December – 7.30pm

“You remember every packet of crisps you’ve eaten, then?”


A couple peer into an estate agent’s window; two sports fans have a heart-to-heart in the loo; a daughter has questions about her mother’s love life; and as a father helps his son tie his football boots, he realises they are growing apart. If you keep your eyes and ears open, there are a million tiny plays happening every day.


Originally published in The Guardian, this collage of scenes now form a hugely entertaining and addictive evening in the theatre. It will change the way you listen to the world around you, and train journeys will never be the same again.


Craig Taylor is a writer and journalist, whose books include Return to Akenfield and Londoners: the Days and Nights of London Now. One Million Tiny Plays About Britain began life as a weekly column in the Guardian.


Laura Keefe’s recent credits include Robin Hood (Watermill Theatre), My Beautiful Black Dog (Bush Theatre/Roundhouse/Southbank Centre), and Turning a Little Further, The Lost (Young Vic). She is a former staff director at the National Theatre.


Monday – Saturday 7.30pm.

Matinees Tuesday & Saturday 3.30pm

*** (No performances over Christmas, 22 December 2019 – 5 January 2020) ***

Running time approx 2 hours including an interval.


Tickets £30
Under 30? 100 tickets at £10 are available for under-30s.

Bookable online or by telephone – please bring proof of age to the performance.

Preview Tickets 4–5 December £15

Concessions Available to over-60s,

theatre unions, unwaged, access, students. £20
Please note that after Saturday 16 November all tickets are full price.

16b Jermyn Street,
London SW1Y 6ST
Box office; 0207 287 2875