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Marjorie Prime Tickets

See the play starring Anne Reid (Kaleidoscope) and Richard Fleeshman (The Sandman).
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Marjorie Prime Tickets

About Marjorie Prime

Discover what it means to be human in Jordan Harrison’s family drama about artificial intelligence.

As societies rely on technology, it's changed how we communicate. But what happens when people rely on artificial intelligence to survive? In the Marjorie Prime play, follow a family who deals with fading memories as they push the limits of human identity. London Theatre raved about the play’s ability to lean into a world that’s “possibly even overtaken the discomfiting scenario proposed by the play.”

Meet Marjorie. She’s 85. She suffers from early symptoms of Alzheimer’s. Marjorie’s daughter, Tess, brings help in the form of Prime — an artificial intelligence tool designed to project memories. As Marjorie faces up to her past, the family must deal with all consequences, good or bad. See if high-tech intelligence can have a human touch in this eerie play.

Start date

3rd March, 2023

End date

6th May, 2023


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Marjorie Prime cast and creative team

By: Jordan Harrison
Director: Dominic Dromgoole
Cast list: Anne Reid, Nancy Carroll, Richard Fleeshman, Tony Jayawardena
Set: Jonathan Fensom
Costume: Jonathan Fensom
Lighting: Emma Chapman


Menier Chocolate Factory

53 Southwark Street, London, United Kingdom, SE1 1RU


Location: Fringe/Off West End
Railway station: London Bridge
Bus numbers: (Southwark St) RV1, 343, 381; (Southwark Bridge Rd) 344; (Borough High St) 21, 35, 40, 133
Night bus numbers: (Southwark St) 381, N343; (Southwark Bridge Rd) 344; (Borough High St) N21, N35, N133
Car park: Union Car Park on Southwark Street (1min)
Directions from tube: (10 mins) Head towards Borough High Street; cross the street and take Union Street. Turn right at O’Meara Street and the theatre will be at the end.

More information about Marjorie Prime

Marjorie Prime raises interesting questions about how our memories fade with time. As the octogenarian sees her life projected back in hologram form, she's able to decide what she wants — and doesn't want — to see. With the story set in the near future, the play invites audiences to consider their own life, and what they'd do if faced with a similar situation.

After Jordan Harrison's play received a Pulitzer Prize for Drama nomination in 2015, Marjorie Prime was adapted into a film. Lois Smith played Marjorie, alongside Jon Hamm as Walter, Tim Robbins as Jon, and Geena Davis as Tess. Now Marjorie Prime London performances open at the Menier Chocolate Factory.

What to Watch For:

  • Anne Reid plays Marjorie. The 87-year-old actress is best known for starring in television series like Coronation Street and Last Tango in Halifax.
  • Dominic Dromgoole directs. Previously, he directed a season of Oscar Wilde plays at the Vaudeville Theatre. He was the artistic director of Shakespeare’s Globe from 2006 to 2016.
  • Jordan Harrison picked up his first Pulitzer nomination with Marjorie Prime. The 2015 nominations included Stephen Adly Guirgis's Between Riverside and Crazy and Suzan-Lori Parks's Father Comes Home From the Wars (Parts 1, 2, 3).


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