Julie London Tickets
Julie London - a contemporary take on a classic tragedy
Based on August Strindberg's late 19th Century play, "Miss Julie," this intriguing production drops the 'Miss' and adds a contemporary twist to the classic tragedy. You can buy or sell Julie London tickets on StubHub for the Lyttelton Theatre adaptation of this wonderful story.
From 19th century Sweden to modern day London
Penned by Swedish dramatist August Strindberg in 1888, the original "Miss Julie" explored the uneven relationship between an aristocrat's daughter and the engaged valet who works at her father's manor. Several directors have put their own spin on the play over the years. Yael Farber's "Mies Julie" based the tale during the simmering racial tensions of post-Apartheid South Africa; boasting Hollywood stars Jessica Chastain and Colin Farrell, Liv Ullmann's reimagining took place in Ireland; while "After Miss Julie" saw Patrick Marber transport the action to the aftermath of the Labour Party's 1945 election victory. Here, the romantic leads, Julie and Jean, embark on their torrid affair at a wild late night party in contemporary London soundtracked by thumping techno. The location may have changed once again, but the drama remains as high as ever as the pair engage in a power game which has potentially deadly consequences. Julie London tickets for Polly Stenham's retelling at the Lyttelton Theatre are available for purchase on StubHub.
Julie - a provocative and profound watch
This modern adaptation premiered at the Lyttelton Theatre, one of the Royal National Theatre's three main venues, in the summer of 2018. Best known for playing Princess Margaret in Netflix's big budget royal epic "The Crown," Vanessa Kirby took on the part of wealthy tycoon's daughter Julie; Eric Kofi Abrefa, whose TV credits include sci-fi drama "Humans" and espionage thriller "Deep State," starred as immigrant chauffeur Jean; while Thalissa Teixeira, familiar to viewers of the BBC's "The Musketeers" as revolutionary idealist Sylvie, played his unsuspecting fiancée Kristina. Produced by Carrie Cracknell ("The Deep Blue Sea") and boasting an intriguing split level set design from Tony Awards nominee Tom Scutt, "Julie" received glowing reviews from the press. The Stage described it as "provocative and profound," Time Out hailed it as an "exhilarating superlative production," while the Mail on Sunday singled out Kirby for her magnetic performance in the lead role. Check out one of the year's most talked-about shows for yourself by booking Julie London tickets on StubHub.
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