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"With the Queen I share my blood, my rank, my sex. With her alone as a cousin, a sovereign, a woman, may I talk of freedom."

Continuing their mission to present European classics to a contemporary audience, the faction ensemble introduces Mary Stuart into the Rep Season following their blistering success of Schiller's The Robbers at the New Diorama last year.
A political prisoner is accused of religious extremism, incitement of war and masterminding assassination. She has been retrospectively charged with a law that was invented specifically for her. She has been denied access to witnesses and found guilty by a jury - but not a jury of her peers.
That would be impossible; her only peer is Queen Elizabeth I. This presents Elizabeth with a terrifying dilemma: to reign in fear for the rest of her life or to have her cousin and fellow queen executed.

"That this translation is the work of actor/writer Daniel Millar and director Mark Leipacher of The Faction is good news indeed: this independent company has garnered an acclaimed reputation in its mission of reviving classical texts for the stage."
BRITISH THEATRE GUIDE
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Official Review by Matthew Partridge, read now
Nosheen Iqbal in Timeout
Carole Gordon in What's On Stage
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Richard Delaney
Lord Burleigh
Kate Sawyer
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