Mark Ludmon reviews The Seagull directed by Yury Butusov ahead of his production of The Good Person of Szechwan at the Barbican Centre
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Mark Ludmon reviews Chekhov’s First Play presented by Dead Centre at Battersea Arts Centre.
Mark Ludmon examines the year ahead for regional theatre in 2018. Bolton girl Maxine Peake has made her mark on TV and the London stage but she returns to her roots with her second play, Queens of the Coal Age. Based on the true story of four women in Lancashire during the miners’ strike in […]
A rare production that has both style and substance, Stephens and Chekhov have made a winning match.
The cast has been announced for The Cherry Orchard at Nottingham Playhouse – the last production for outgoing artistic director Giles Croft.
We are pleased to bring you these great first look production images by Tristram Kenton of The Seagull at Lyric Hammersmith. The production runs until 4 November 2017. Chekhov’s celebrated masterpiece is given vibrant new life in this dynamic new version by Olivier-award winning playwright Simon Stephens directed by Artistic Director Sean Holmes. Switching effortlessly […]
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.
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.