'Lia Williams brings a spark to the stage'Evening Standard
'Lia Williams makes the part her own'Observer
'The lasting impression left by Harrower’s adaptation is of a playwright in his prime'City AM
'Polly Findlay’s splendidly-cast and nimbly directed production is a must-see'Londonist
'The evening is constantly lit up by an unmissably vivid performance from Lia Williams - a major actress in her prime'Mail on Sunday
'Polly Findlay directs with an eye for every detail'Times
'David Harrower’s version retains Spark’s diamond-edged dialogue'Observer
'The success of Findlay's production and Lizzie Clachan's design lies in their ability to put a fresh theatrical sheen on Spark's familiar story'Guardian
'A beautifully cast revival'Independent
'Rona Morison is a revelation as Sandy... Around her there's vivid work, notably from Nicola Coughlan... and Angus Wright'Evening Standard
'Williams catches perfectly Brodie's mix of verbal precision and gestural vagueness'Guardian
'It is Williams who sets this apart. She is simply tip top, charismatic, fierce and vulnerable'Times
'Heavyweight Scots playwright David Harrower has done a neat job of adapting his countrywoman Muriel Spark’s most famous novel for the stage'Time Out
'Findlay's production is beautifully pitched, with some excellent supporting turns'WhatsOnStage
'Lia Williams makes an iconic role her own'Arts Desk
'There's only one Lia Williams and she really is in her prime'Time Out
'Williams is poised and perfect as Miss Brodie... Morison is also brilliant'WhatsOnStage
'Polly Findlay's altogether terrific reclamation for the Donmar Warehouse'Arts Desk
THE PRIME OF MISS JEAN BRODIE
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 adaptation by David Harrower, with Lia Williams in the title role. Polly Findlay returns to the Donmar to direct, following her acclaimed production of Limehouse.
Standing tickets are released at 10am each morning and returns are available most days. Book online, over the phone or in person.
Rehearsal and production photography by Manuel Harlan
Evenings Mon-Sat: 7.30pm
Matinees Thu and Sat: 2.30pm
Latecomers will not be admitted.
Seats in the first two rows of the stalls will be in the style of the production rather than our usual bench seating.
The running time is approximately 2 hours and 35 minutes including a 15 minute interval.
Stalls: £40, £30
Circle: £30, £20, £10
Preview prices (Monday 4 June-Thursday 7 June)
Stalls: £37.50, £27.50
Circle: £27.50, £17.50
For over 60s: £40 reduced to £32.50 and £30 reduced to £25 (matinees only)
A booking fee of £1 will be applied for delivery by post
41 Earlham Street
London WC2H 9LX
020 3282 3808
Mon - Sat: 10:00AM - 6:00PM
Monday 16 July 2018, 7.30pm
Saturday 21 July 2018, 2.30pm (touch tour 1.00pm)
If you require a companion to attend the Donmar, their ticket will be free.
YOUNG+FREE tickets for access users aged 25 and under are available. Call box office on 020 3282 3808 to book.
Please note, there will be no step-free access to some seats in the stalls. If you have any questions, please contact the Box Office on 020 3282 3808.
Alongside every Donmar production, we run Open Workshops designed to give members of the public of all ages a unique insight into the process of theatre-making. These Open Workshops are not targeted at professional actors or theatre-makers, but at members of our audience interested in learning more about the Donmar’s rehearsal process.
Join us for Open Workshops on The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie on:
Wednesday 18 July 2018, 5.00pm-7.00pm
Saturday 21 July 2018, 10.30am-12.30pm
Behind the Scenes Guide
Find out more about The Prime of Miss Jean Brodie from the artists behind the production