During the months of March and April 2016 Prime Cut Production will partner with some of Irelands leading theatre touring venues for its national tour of After Miss Julie, Strindberg’s cruelest love story re-imagined by BAFTA-winning writer Patrick Marber.
This passionate tragedy was adapted by Patrick Marber from Strindberg’s Miss Julie, Marber is best know for his string of acclaimed plays including Dealer’s Choice, Don Juan in Soho and Closer, and his BAFTA-nominated films Notes on a Scandal and Closer. Brought to you by Prime Cut Productions whose body of work includes Women and Scarecrow, Blackbird, The Conquest of Happiness, I am My Own Wife, The Chilean Trilogy and God Of Carnage.
“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
After Miss Julie is set in Co, Fermanagh during VE Day 1945, celebrations are taking place in every Corner of Northern Ireland. Miss Julie descends into the servant’s 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. An exploration into gender politics and class, a tug of war between lust and love, After Miss Julie is certain to entertain and leave audiences wanting more.
Directed by award winning director Emma Jordan (Spirit of the Festival Award, Belfast Telegraph) and performed by a star cast including Lisa Dwyer Hogg, Ciaran McMenamin and Pauline Hutton, After Miss Julie will begin its Irish tour March 9th at the Projects Arts Centre Dublin and finish in the MAC Belfast for a two week run between 29th March – April 9th.
Project Arts Centre Dublin: 9-19 March - €15 - €20
Source Arts Centre Thurles: 22 March - €15 - €18
Lime Tree Theatre Limerick: 23 March - €15 - €18
Market Place Theatre Armagh: 24 March - £11 - £13
An Grianán Theatre Letterkenny: 26 March - €12 - €15
The MAC Belfast: 30 March - 9 April £12 - £25