Jeremy Kingston

Jeremy KingstonJeremy has written novels, children’s books, poetry and plays. His first play, No Concern of Mine (with Alan Dobie and John Fraser) was at the Westminster Theatre. Signs of the Times (with Kenneth More and Liza Goddard) ran at the Vaudeville for six months. Oedipus at the Crossroads (with Nicky Henson as Oedipus) was first produced at the King’s Head, Islington; it was revived at the Rosemary Branch Theatre, Islington, and again at the Tristan Bates Theatre in 2014 in a double-bill with Oedipus the King, his version of the Sophocles original. Making Dickie Happy played to Sold Out performances at the Rosemary Branch in 2004 and was revived at the Tristan Bates in 2013.

His first novel Love Among the Unicorns is to be reprinted in 2015, which also sees the publication (by Robert Hale) of his second novel, Sherlock Holmes and the Scandal in Batavia.

He has published two collections of poems, On the Lookout in 2008 and Who is he, Who am I, Who are they? in 2014. A third collection, Risking It, is due out next year.

Jeremy was the theatre critic on the old Punch for 11 years and a theatre critic on The Times for a further twenty-five.

For all enquiries about Jeremy’s work, please contact his agent Janet Glass at Eric Glass Ltd.

You can purchase Jeremy’s play scripts at