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This autumn Ken Stott, Anna Friel, Laura Carmichael and Samuel West are united together on stage for the first time in one of Anton Chekhov's undisputed masterpieces, Uncle Vanya. Adapted by Christopher Hampton and produced by Lindsay Posner, Uncle Vanya uniquely blends sparkling wit and earthy humour to brilliant comic effect.
Set in Russia at the turn of the century, the play tells the troubled family story of Vanya and his niece Sonya as their home of 25 years, a country estate they manage for their absent relative Serebryakov, is put up for sale from under them when he returns with his beautiful new wife, the languidly indolent Yelena. Amid a melancholy mood, this exquisitely evoked tragicomedy offers love and hopefulness weaved within the trials and tribulations of the human condition.
2 hours 20 minutes
Nearest Underground: Charing Cross
Nearest Rail: Charing Cross
Bus Routes: 1, 4, 6, 9, 11, 13, 15, 68, 76, 171, 176, 188
Parking: MasterPark in Trafalgar Square and NCP in Drury Lane.
Transfer seating only for wheelchair users. No motorised wheelchairs. Wheelchair users should be accompanied by a non-wheelchair using companion.
Guide dogs are allowed in the auditorium and staff can also dog sit by prior arrangement.