Plays by Anton Chekhov
Translated by Michael Frayn
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Happy wife, happy life?
With mortgages to pay and sickly fathers to care for, Chekhov’s heroines are in a bind. They've got to coolly weigh up the practical benefits of marriage against their true feelings.
Our usual assumptions about love and marriage unravel in this bold new production of two of Chekhov's wryest comedies in versions by Michael Frayn.
Directed by Genesis Award winner Lucy J Skilbeck.
Monday - Saturday: 8pm
Saturday and Wednesday matinees: 3pm
(except 15 & 18 March)
Tickets: £10, £15
A limited number of discounts are available for each performance. Early booking is advised.
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The Cut Bar & Restaurant at the Young Vic serves an inspired mix of classic and original play-themed dishes create an exciting menu from fresh, free-range and organic ingredients.
Check back soon for more on The Bear/The Proposal.
Direction Lucy J Skilbeck
Design Ben Stones
Light Joshua Pharo
Sound Elena Peña
Casting Sam Jones CDG