Tag Archives: Uncle Vanya

Uncle Vanya at St James Theatre October 8-November 8

There have been several opportunities to take in Chekhov in the last 12 months, but there’s always room for another good production of Uncle Vanya. From the St. James Theatre: “A beautiful autumn day, rural England. A respected professor returns … 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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