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Stephanie Martin's Juniper and Jules to run at Soho Theatre this May

Jules and Juniper Production Image
Jules and Juniper Production Image

Stephanie Martin’s Juniper and Jules will run at Soho Theatre this May.

Clamour Theatre has announced the show will play at the venue from 3 – 14 May 2022 following a successful run at VAULT Festival in 2019.

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Bethany Pitts directs Gabriella Schmidt (Jules) and Stella Taylor (Juniper) who return to their respective roles. The production opens on 5th May, with previews from 3rd May and runs until 14th May.

“You’re not better than me because you’re gay-er.”

Juniper and Jules is a contemporary story about relationships, queer identities, and how we choose to love.

Juniper has been gay for as long as she can remember. Jules didn’t realise she could be queer because no-one ever told her it was an option. Jules isn’t naturally monogamous, she doesn’t think. She wants to make new rules and live life to the full. Juniper is more interested in peace and quiet and happiness (and making sure the washing-up is done by bedtime).

For more information and tickets, visit sohotheatre.com

The production is produced by Sarah Allen and Deirdre McLaughlin with sound design by Nicola Chang.

Stephanie Martin said: “Focusing on a relationship between two women – one lesbian, one bisexual, Juniper and Jules centres on rarely seen queer themes; love between two women, non-monogamy in a complex but positive light and lesbian/bisexual identity which is often disregarded in both media and the LGBTQ+ community. Although specific to the queer experience, the play is equally a universal love story for anyone who has ever fallen in and out of love.”

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