Prime Cut Productions in assocation with The MAC Belfast and Project Arts Centre

Theatre

AFTER MISS JULIE

Dates: 04 Mar - 19 Mar

Show Time: 8.00pm

Tickets: €15 - €20

Previews: 4 – 8 Mar €15
Dates: 9 – 19 Mar €20/16
Matinee: 19 Mar 3.00pm €16

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Strindberg’s cruellest love story
reimagined by Patrick Marber

County Fermanagh, VE Day 1945: celebrations in every corner of Northern Ireland.

Miss Julie descends into the servants’ kitchen of her father’s country mansion in search of the chauffeur John.

Over one long, balmy night, Miss Julie’s world is turned head over heels in this passionate tragedy.

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“a drama with an erotic difference, a blast from the past that feels like a play for today”
The Telegraph

“Patrick Marber is the finest British dramatist of his generation”
The Daily Telegraph


 

Running time: 90 min


 

Patrick Marber is best known for his string of acclaimed plays including Dealer’s Choice, Don Juan in Soho and Closer, and his BAFTA-winning films Notes on a Scandal and Closer. His work on Notes on a Scandal also earned him an Academy Award nomination.

Established in 1992, Prime Cut Productions is an independent theatre producing organisation based in Belfast and is one of Ireland’s leading theatre companies. Prime Cut are committed to producing excellent contemporary theatre that is accessible and entertaining for as wide an audience as possible. Prime Cut have produced 40 highly acclaimed Northern Irish premieres of the best of international theatre as well showcasing the work of Northern Irish theatre artists across the island of Ireland and beyond.


 

Post-Show Discussion: Wed 16 Mar
With director Emma Jordan and cast members Lisa Dwyer Hogg, Pauline Hutton and Ciaran McMenamin


 

Age suitability: 14+

Please note that this production features scenes of a sexual nature


 

Cast: Lisa Dwyer Hogg, Pauline Hutton, Ciaran McMenamin
Directed by Emma Jordan
Design by Sarah Bacon
Lighting Design by Ciaran Bagnall
Sound Design by Carl Kennedy


 

Supported by Arts Council NI, Belfast City Council and the Paul Hamyln Foundation


 

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