Win tickets to see The Last of the De Mullins
It is 1908. Society is changing, and the De Mullin family are being left behind.
Once noble and prosperous, they have been in decline for centuries, and now the very continuation of their line is at risk: of the two De Mullin daughters, one is fast becoming a spinster, and the other is a disgrace to her family and hasn’t been seen for almost a decade.
Eight years ago, Janet - headstrong, free-spirited and unwed - became pregnant. Instead of revealing the identity of the child’s father to her family, she escapes out her bedroom window to London.
Now, she is back, and refuses to be the abashed fallen woman her family want her to be. Still, perhaps there is hope - could a reformed Janet possibly be re-integrated into the family, her son adopted and the De Mullin line saved?
The Last of the De Mullins is a sparkling feminist comedy-drama by acclaimed New Dramatist St John Hankin. Its satire on class and patriarchy remain as important and topical as ever.
Hailed by George Bernard Shaw as a ‘most gifted writer of high comedy’, St John Hankin’s plays masterfully bridge the gap between Shaw and Wilde.
This production marks the first professional showing of The Last of the De Mullins in London for over a century.
The Last of the DeMullins
(3-28 February 2015)
Jermyn Street Theatre,
16b Jermyn Street,
London SW1Y 6ST
(020) 7287 2875
Sunday, 8 February 2015 - 11:59pm
To win 1 of 2 pairs of tickets to see The Last of the De Mullins at the Jermyn Street Theatre; simply answer the question below:-
John Mcgovern and William Farell
Prize is valid until 28 February 2015 subject to availability. Prize is as stated and cannot be transferred or exchanged, no cash alternative will be offered.