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Miss Julie

Elysium Theatre Company




Showing at

The Main Theatre

Wednesday 13 March 7.30pm
Thursday 14 March 1.30pm & 7.30pm

Tickets: £14.50 / £12.50 (Members / benefit conc) / £7.50 (student)

“Don’t you know it’s dangerous to play with fire?”

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 the two play with fire, 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 production by Elysium Theatre Company, who previously brought us The River.

By August Strindberg and translated by Michael Meyer, directed by Jake Murray and designed by Louis Price, Miss Julie will feature Alice Frankham, Danny Solomon and Hannah Ellis Ryan, and an ensemble of local Hexham actors as the Servants Chorus.

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Enjoy dinner before the show with our Season Sponsor, The Beaumont Hotel 
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Elysium Theatre Company are looking for volunteer musicians who might be interested in taking part in our production of 'Miss Julie' at Queen's Hall on March 13 & 14. We are looking for a violinist, a viola player and an accordion player who will perform live music on stage as part of the special Servants Ensemble being assembled from local Hexham actors. We are also open to Northumberland pipes players and Ceilidh drummers. 

As well as this, we are open to Ceilidh performers who might like to play music prior to the show as the audience enter. 

Performances are at 7.30pm on 13 March and 1.30pm & 7.30pm on 14 March. If you can't perform on the 1.30pm matinee we can work around that. There will be a handful of rehearsals leading up to this, dates and times to be confirmed, but they will be on weekends and evenings. You will only be required to be present for the last ones during production week commencing 10th March.

It will be a lot of fun, will give you a professional credit, and build a connection with us as we move into the future. If you are interested, please contact Jake Murray

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