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Natalie Dormer sits on a chair as Kieran Bew puts on her shoe

After Miss Julie

A version of Strindberg’s ‘Miss Julie’

By Patrick Marber
Direction Natalie Abrahami

This is an archived performance. No tickets are available for purchase.

The Maria


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‘A triumph.’

The Daily Telegraph  

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Evening Standard 

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‘Startingly powerful...leaves you reeling.’

The Times

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Time Out

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The Guardian, Sunday Telegraph, Financial Times, Mail on Sunday

England, July 1945. The Labour Party’s landslide election triumph. Victory in the class struggle. Celebrations in every street.

Miss Julie descends into the servants’ kitchen of her father’s country mansion in search of the chauffeur John. Over one long midsummer’s night, Miss Julie’s world is turned head over heels.  

This passionate tragedy was adapted by Patrick Marber from Strindberg’s Miss Julie. Marber is best known for his string of acclaimed plays including Dealer’s ChoiceDon Juan in Soho and Closer, and his BAFTA-winning films Notes on a Scandal and Closer.

Featuring Natalie Dormer (HBO's Game of Thrones, BBC's Silk and The Tudors), Kieran Bew (Reasons to be Pretty, The Knot of the Heart) and Polly Frame (Earthquakes in London).

This Classics for a New Climate production investigates approaches to making more ecologically sustainable theatre, in collaboration with Julie's Bicycle.

‘Patrick Marber is the finest British dramatist of his generation.’ 
The Daily Telegraph

Cast and Creatives

Direction Natalie Abrahami | Design Patrick Burnier | Light Oliver Fenwick | Music Direction Phil Bateman | Voice Emma Woodvine | Choreography Ann Yee | Casting Julia Horan CDG

With Kieran Bew, Natalie Dormer and Polly Frame 

Direction Natalie Abrahami

Design Patrick Burnier

Light Oliver Fenwick

Music Direction Phil Bateman

Voice Emma Woodvine

Choreography Ann Yee

Casting Julia Horan CDG

With Kieran Bew, Natalie Dormer and Polly Frame