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The Last Of The De Mullins

The Last Of The De Mullins

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St John Hankin’s feminist satire of conventional morality receives its first professional staging in the capital for more than a century at the Jermyn Street Theatre. Read More >

St John Hankin’s feminist satire of conventional morality The Last Of The De Mullins receives its first professional staging in the capital for more than a century at the Jermyn Street Theatre.

It is 1908, society is changing and the De Mullin family is being left behind. Eight years ago, the eldest De Mullin daughter – the headstrong, free-spirited and unwed Janet – became pregnant, but instead of revealing the identity of the child’s father to her family, she escapes out of her bedroom window and flees to London.

Now a successful businesswoman, she is back and refuses to be ashamed for either herself or her child. But there is a price to be paid for Janet’s continued independence: the disgrace of her family and the end of the De Mullin line.

Directed by Joshua Stamp-Simon, the cast comprises Nick Blakeley, Alexandra Dowling, Benjamin Fisher, Rufus King-Dabbs, Stuart Organ, Jenk Oz, Charlotte Powell, Roberta Taylor, Harriet Thorpe, Matilda Thorpe and Maya Wasowicz.

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Important Dates & Timing

Previews From: 03/02/2015

Opening Night: 05/02/2015

Closing Night: 28/02/2015

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Cast & Creative

Cast

Nick Blakeley, Alexandra Dowling, Benjamin Fisher, Rufus King-Dabbs, Stuart Organ, Jenk Oz, Charlotte Powell, Roberta Taylor, Harriet Thorpe, Matilda Thorpe, Maya Wasowicz

Creative

Director - Joshua Stamp-Simon

Producer - Stephen McGill & Joel Marvin in association with Jermyn Street Theatre

Set Designer - Victoria Johnstone

Author - St John Hankin

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