Beloved film and stage actress Juliet Stevenson is appearing at Cambridge Arts Theatre for a retrospective discussion of her life and career.

For An Audience with Juliet Stevenson, Juliet will converse with presenter and host Matt Stadlen, letting audiences in on the secrets of her craft and providing insight into the story of her glittering career.

During her career, Juliet has received multiple BAFTA and Olivier nominations and continues to appear on both stage and screen - most recently appearing on the BBC's Wolf and ITV's Professor T.

Juliet was born in 1956 in Kelvedon, Essex, to teacher Virginia Marshall and army officer Michael Guy Stevenson.

She now lives in Suffolk with her long-time partner, anthropologist Hugh Brody, who she married in 2021 and with whom she has a daughter and a son. She also has an apartment in New York. 

After a childhood travelling from place to place because of her father's job - spending her time in England and abroad - Juliet studied at RADA.


Along with her late friend Alan Rickman and Fiona Shaw, Kenneth Branagh and Imelda Staunton, she was part of the 'new wave' of actors to graduate from the academy, and is now a veteran of the Royal Shakespeare Company and National Theatre.

Juliet's roles include her BAFTA-nominated performance in Truly Madly Deeply and other classics such as Bend It Like BeckhamEmma and Mona Lisa Smile.

In recent years her stage credits include Happy Days and The Doctor - which moved to America this summer.

Her role on BBC's Wolf has been praised in the press. The Independent said "Juliet Stevenson is in excellent form", while Esquire commented: "Juliet Stevenson, never less than professional". She also received a lifetime achievement prize at the Women in Film and TV Awards.

To book tickets forAn Audience with Juliet Stevenson go to or call the box office on 01223 503333.

The event will take place at Cambridge Arts Theatre on Sunday, November 12 at 2.30pm.

Tickets cost either £25 or £30, and all ticket prices include a £3 booking fee.

The event will last for an hour and 50 minutes, including an interval.