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Lidless TheatreZoe Weldon and Ross Chandler, in association with Park Theatre present

Miss Julie

By August Strindberg

Translated by Michael Meyer 
Directed by Max Harrison 

Lidless Theatre returns to Park Theatre with the revival of Strindberg’s masterpiece, after two sell-out runs of Philip Ridley’s Leaves of Glass.  

Sweden. 1888. Midsummer’s Eve. 

It’s hot, the sun isn’t going to set, and the flowers are in full bloom. While The Count is away, the servants dance through the night. Amidst the festivities is Miss Julie…wilder than the rest.  

As she descends into the servants’ quarters, a battle for power and dominance between her, and her father’s valet, will eventually become a fight for survival.  

Grippingly funny and beguilingly dangerous, Miss Julie examines sex, power, gender and class in the midst of the midsummer heat.


Previous praise for Leaves of Glass produced by Lidless Theatre at Park Theatre:

★★★★★ ‘This production is theatre as it should be - an unforgettable experience’ Theatre Weekly  

★★★★★ ‘Devastating drama that blows up like a bomb; the play about memory you will never forget’ London Pub Theatres 

★★★★★ ‘Thrilling, tense and heartbreaking’ West End Best Friend 

★★★★ ‘Enthralling intensity throughout’ WhatsOnStage 

★★★★ ‘Generates a mood of oppressive discomfort that grows with each snappy scene’ The Stage  

★★★★ ‘Director Max Harrison's lean revival punches well above its weight. Catch it while you can’ Daily Express