Mies Julie: the award-winning, must-see hit
Free programme with every booking
Monday 25 February 2013
‘Electrifying. A sensational new version. Even when you want to, it’s impossible to tear your eyes away from it.’ - The Independent
Following sell-out runs and sensational reviews at the Edinburgh Festival and in New York, this multi-award winning adaptation of Strindberg’s classic Miss Julie comes to London for a strictly limited season.
In the smouldering kitchen of a remote farmhouse, the visceral struggles of contemporary South Africa are laid bare as a couple’s deadly attraction spirals out of control and they battle over power, sexuality, memory, mothers and land.
Free programme with every booking.
To book, call 020 8237 1111 quoting INDEPENDENT
- Previews, 7-11 March - seats only £20
- 12 March – 19 May: Sunday-Thursday – £25; Friday and Saturday – £26
- Nightly at 8pm | Saturday matinee at 2:30pmb Sunday matinee at 6pm
- Riverside Studios, Hammersmith, London W6 9RL
See the trailer at miesjulie.com
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