Banned in the UK for 50 years when first written, Miss Julie shocked critics across Europe with its frank portrayal of sexuality and inter-class relationships in 19th century society.
This spring, UK Touring Theatre presents the World Premiere of a new English translation of Miss Julie by August Strindberg; a tale of lust, class conflict and boundaries broken. Developed as part of Strindberg 2012 (the centenary of Strindberg’s death in 1912), this powerful new adaptation of Strindberg’s classic play opens at the New Wolsey Theatre in Ipswich on 16th April, before touring 13 theatres across the UK.
Now widely regarded as Strindberg’s masterpiece, its vivid depiction of the class system is still as pertinent today, and has received worldwide critical acclaim.
Tickets for Miss Julie are priced from £8.50 – £20.00 (all matinee seats £10 on 17th April) and can be purchased from the New Wolsey Box Office on 01473 295 900 or online at www.wolseytheatre.co.uk
For more information on the production visit www.uktouringtheatre.co.uk
See the Official Trailer