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Witness the potential of artificial intelligence in a Pulitzer-nominated play.
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About Marjorie Prime

Can technology change the way we live forever? Explore what it means to be human when artificial intelligence begins to take over.

The Marjorie Prime play raises thought-provoking questions about how humans choose to remember their greatest memories, as well as those they'd rather forget. As an elderly woman recollects her life, she can decide what she remembers, and in turn what she doesn’t want to exist anymore.

Jordan Harrison's play received a Pulitzer Prize nomination — now Marjorie Prime London performances take place at the Menier Chocolate Factory. The BAFTA-nominated actress Anne Reid plays Marjorie, joined by Nancy Carroll, Richard Fleeshman, and Tony Jayawardena.

When Marjorie Prime premiered in New York, a New York Theatre Guide critic said: “playwright Jordan Harrison explores the haunting question of what might happen if memory persists with loss removed from the equation. No home is complete without lifetime companions who keep the old days alive and compensate for the bothersome realities of death.”

What is Marjorie Prime about?

In an age of artificial intelligence, 85-year-old Marjorie recalls her memories to a new companion. Except her new companion isn’t a human, it’s AI. To help cope with her memory loss, Marjorie’s family confronts their pasts, inevitably causing family rifts and a growing reliance on technology over real events. Marjorie Prime explores the intersection of technology and humanity in society.

Start date

3rd March, 2023

End date

6th May, 2023


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Our Review

'Marjorie Prime' review — an eerie look at AI's future potential

4 of 5
16 Mar 2023, 12:31
Read our four-star review of the Pulitzer-winning play starring Anne Reid at the Menier Chocolate Factory. Get Marjorie Prime tickets on London Theatre.

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


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.

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