Queen Anne (London, Theatre Royal Haymarket, 2017) | Playbill

Queen Anne


SYNOPSIS: Set in 1702, when William III is on the throne and England is on the verge of war, Princess Anne is soon to become Queen, and her advisors vie for influence over the future monarch. Sarah, Duchess of Marlborough, a close friend with whom Anne has an intensely personal relationship, begins to exert increasing pressure as she pursues her own designs on power. Anne must decide where her allegiances lie, and whether to sacrifice her closest relationships for the sake of the country.

Directed by Natalie Abrahami

Starring: Romola Garai, Emma Cunniffe, Jonathan Christie, Michael Fenton-Stevens, James Garnon, Richard Hope, Hywel Morgan, Beth Park, and Carl Prekopp

Set and costume design by Hannah Clark
Lighting design by Charles Balfour
Composition and sound design Ben and Max Ringham

Show Times: Monday - Saturday @7:30pm; Thursday and Saturday matinees @2:30pm

Tickets from £55
  • Running Time: 2 hours and 30 minutes, with one intermission
  • playwright: Helen Edmundson

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