Mehmet Ergen’s production of Chekhov’s final play is thoughtful and thought-provoking, characterised by a number of terrific performances and a well-judged sense of irresolution. Whether you are a Chekhov neophyte or keen scholar, I am certain that you will be enriched by this production.
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Willmott has gathered together a handsome cast of 14 mainly young professionals, admonished with a few seasoned actors, and offers us a new way of using the Union’s recently acquired space.
Hampstead Theatre have announced casting for their production of Michael Frayn’s Wild Honey which will be presented from 2 December 2016 – 14 January 2017. Tickets are on sale now. Wild Honey is a comedy of errors, drawn from Chekhov’s untitled – and posthumously discovered – early play. It is a tale of nineteenth-century Russian […]