After Miss Julie – Studio performance
After Miss Julie, by Patrick Marber, directed by Neil Lovegrove – 20th to 22nd June.
Patrick’s second play is a version of Strindberg’s play Miss Julie. After Miss Julie was first broadcast on BBC television in 1995. In this play Marber moves the action to Britain in 1945, at the time of the Labour Party’s victory in the general election, with Miss Julie as the daughter of a Labour peer. A stage version, directed by Michael Grandage, was first performed in 2003 at the Donmar Warehouse, London, by Kelly Reilly, Richard Coyle and Helen Baxendale. It was later produced at the American Airlines Theatre on Broadway in 2009.
Tickets £10.00 which includes a drink or ice cream from the bar. Tickets on Sale from 21st May. Season Tickets do not apply for Studio performances.