Uncle Vanya Vaudeville Theatre 2012

Cast includes Ken Stott (Vanya), Anna Friel (Yelena), Samuel West (Astrov) Vanya, Yelena, Astrov and Sonya are all in love, with the past, with ideals and with each other. As their universe shifts around them they struggle to keep their emotions at bay.

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Anton Chekhov, adapted by Christopher Hampton
Lindsay Posner

Vaudeville Theatre

404 Strand, London, WC2R 0NH, GB-WSM, GB
Nearest tube:
Charing Cross

Uncle Vanya Vaudeville Theatre 2012 Customer reviews

Our Uncle Vanya Vaudeville Theatre 2012 Review

Life is famously an endurance test for many of the characters in Chekhov's Uncle Vanya. And Robert Icke's languid yet riveting new production of the play may prove to be one for some members of the audience, too: there were quite a few walk-outs at the Saturday evening performance I attended. Admittedly, some may have been rushing for their trains: it ended just shy of 11pm, after an... Read more

If you have a 'take it or leave it' attitude to Chekhov's plays you may want to reconsider because this version of 'Uncle Vanya' has some exceptionally fine performances to relish. On a country estate somewhere in Russia, life is repetitive and boring. Nothing much happens. And, in fact, not a great deal happens during the course of the play either. So much so that when Tolstoy first saw it,... Read more

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