At Marcia Blaine School for Girls, Miss Jean Brodie presides over her ‘set’, her chosen few. In return for their absolute devotion, Miss Brodie will provide an education far beyond the confines of the curriculum.
Great teachers leave a mark. Miss Jean Brodie's will never be erased.
In the 100th anniversary year of Muriel Spark’s birth, her iconic novel receives an arresting new stage adaption by David Harrower, with Lia Williams in the title role. Polly Findlay returns to the Donmar to direct, following her acclaimed production of Limehouse.
A superb Lia Williams gives a memorable turn in the Donmar’s The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie
Lia Williams is superb in David Harrower’s adaptation of the novel, directed by Polly Findlay
Lia Williams dances away from the shadow of past interpretations
An impressive and unflinching fusion of caustic humour, darkness and elfin charm
An evening offering tragedy, comedy and food for thought in equal measure
Elegant adaptation of the well-loved novel that’s beautifully acted, but unsatisfying
Lia Williams is revelatory in this new Muriel Spark adaptation