Fancy a meal for two, a glass of wine, beer or soft drink each then top seats for a hotly anticipated show at The MAC? Look no further.
The meal and drinks are in NATIVE restaurant at the MAC (run by the amazing people at Yellow Door) in conjunction with the performances of After Miss Julie on either Friday April 1 or Saturday April 2.
Here’s a bit of background on the show…
It’s VE Day 1945 in the heart of County Fermanagh and celebrations are taking place in every corner of the country. While the country celebrates, Miss Julie descends into the servant’s quarters of her father’s mansion in search of John. Over one long, balmy night, Miss Julie’s class-obsessed world is turned upside down.
After Miss Julie features an all-star cast from stage and screen – Pauline Hutton and Lisa Dwyer Hogg (BBC’s The Fall) and Ciaran McMenamin (Primeval).
It’s a period drama full of lust, jealousy and passion brought to you by Prime Cut Productions (I Am My Own Wife, Tejas Verdes, The God of Carnage and Mydidae), in association with the MAC.
After Miss Julie is directed by Emma Jordan and adapted by Patrick Marber (Notes On A Scandal and Closer) from Strindberg’s Miss Julie.