“We see everything about the characters, warts and all, and it is to the credit of the company that we are held, almost at times transfixed, by what we see.”
“In every way, this is a fine production of an important and powerful piece of theatre.”
– BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE
“Don’t you know its dangerous to play with fire?”
Following sold out houses at HOME Manchester, with their breath-taking production of ‘JESUS HOPPED THE A’ TRAIN’, Elysium Theatre Company return to Manchester with MISS JULIE, following a North East tour.
Midsummer night in an old manor house in the North East. For one night only servants and masters are equal, and drink and dance together into the small hours. With the Lord away, his daughter, Miss Julie, strays into the servants quarters in search of the Head Butler, John. As night draws in, their mutual attraction drives them together with fatal consequences…
Strindberg’s electrifying play of sex and class comes to passionate life in a powerful new co-production between Elysium Theatre Company and Queen’s Hall Arts Centre, Hexham.
Directed by Jake Murray
Produced by Hannah Ellis Ryan
Starring Alice Frankham, Danny Solomon and Lois Mackie
18th - 22nd of June
£14 (Full Price) / £12 (Concession)
18th - 22nd of June (7:30pm / 2:30pm matinees on Thursday & Saturday)