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                     Rossetti’s Women is clever, entertaining and well-executed.... The production features a fantastic performance by Munrow and offers thought-provoking observations on love, relationships and life along the way.
Edinburgh 2015 Broadway Baby. For full review  http://www.broadwaybaby.com/shows/rossettis-women/706327


                     The three lovers of Pre-Raphaelite painter, Dante Gabriel Rossetti are portrayed with an exquisite touch by Julia Munrow. Edinburgh Reporter 2015. For full review  http://www.theedinburghreporter.co.uk/2015/08/edinburgh-festival-fringe-2015-review-rossettis-women




Julia Munrow trained at RADA and her directing credits include Game of Fools, Woe From Wit, Eisenstein in Action at the Riverside Studios, and Lickers and Kickers for Theatre of the Moving Image for which she won an Arts Council Award. Theatre credits include Love & Terror In the Wind ( Theatre of Venezuela), Hamlet (Harrogate Theatre), Humble Boy ( New Vic) Absent ,(Royal Opera House), Life And Beth (directed by Alan Ayckbourn for Stephen Joseph). The Lesson (National Theatre, Romania), The Allotment (New Perspectives),The Seagull (Tabard), Underground (The Barbican and Brighton Theatre Royal) Where's The Bear? (Northampton Theatre Royal), Precious Bane, (Bryony Lavery's adaptation for Pentabus), Breathing Space, (Toronto Festival) Table Manners ( Yeovil, Octagon), Picasso's Women, (Ambassadors), Trojan Women (Drill Hall), and Beatrice in Much Ado About Nothing (directed by Mark Rylance for LTI). Film/TV credits include: Sight Test (London Independent), Dear Anne Frank (Qualia), Great Balls Of Fire (directed by Jim McBride), Elisabeth II in Love Again (BBC), Mercy in Mankind ( BBC 1) and Lesley in Emmerdale (Yorkshire TV) RADIO: Letters from Chechnya (BBC).



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