The Three Sisters by Anton Chekhov

27th May 2017

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04th June 2017

The Collective Chekhov Company presents Chekhov’s masterpiece about the lives and aspirations of an aristocratic Russian family as they struggle with the decline of their class and the responsibilities of their inherited estate at the dawn of the twentieth-century.

The Collective Chekhov Company presents Chekhov’s masterpiece about the lives and aspirations of an aristocratic Russian family as they struggle with the decline of their class and the responsibilities of their inherited estate at the dawn of the twentieth-century. Originally inspired by the Bronte sisters the play concerns the lives of the Prozorov family as they search for meaning in the modern world. First performed in 1901, the three sisters, Olga, Masha, and Irina along with their brother Andrei are living in a small provincial town but long to return to the urban sophistication of Moscow where they grew up.

Tickets £12.50
Running Time: 2 hours and 15 minutes including an interval

This event will be held in the Above the Arts. Please note there is no level or wheelchair access to this space.

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