Tag Archives: Anton Chekhov

Young Vic 2014 season announced

I’m looking forward to seeing The Scottsboro Boys at the Young Vic in October and now that the theatre has announced its extraordinary 2014 season  (tickets on sale October  7th) I will probably order tickets for several more shows including: … Continue reading

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Theatre as Therapy

Read Lyn Gardners blog entry: “Theatre as Therapy–has a play helped you find the answer?  an excerpt: “For many artists, their work springs from a personal experience of grief and trauma. So it’s not surprising that it can do the … Continue reading

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Extra Dates for Uncle Vanya

EXTENSION DATES ANNOUNCED: 18 June – 7 July I saw this brilliant, witty  production of Uncle Vanya last night which I suggested a while back.  If you didn’t get tickets then, you have another chance now as the Print Room, … Continue reading

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Uncle Vanya, The Print Room through April 28th

Uncle Vanya at the Print Room in Notting Hill, which i mentioned a while back, has opened to good reviews –According to Arts Desk Review: “It is luxury to see this kind of casting up close – the sublimated rage … Continue reading

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Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya at the Print Room March 21–April 28th

The spring season has been announced by the Print Room and of the three performances, I am going to get tickets to Uncle Vanya. According to Print Room: Iain Glen, hot on the heels from playing Downton Abbey’s nastiest newspaper … Continue reading

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