‘If ever my life can be of any use to you, come and claim it’ Anton Chekhov.
Two weeks. Two painfully funny and heartbreaking plays. Two translations by two renowned British playwrights.
One master of tragicomedy.
The company of Anton present a double bill of Ivanov and Three Sisters, translated by Tom Stoppard and Michael Frayn respectively. Taking you to the heart of Russia at the turn of the 20th century, Anton celebrates the theatricality and truth of Chekhov’s work by bringing together one of his first and one of his last plays.
For the first time, the auditorium will be completely empty. Take your seat on the stage, behind the curtain, for an evening of devastatingly intimate naturalism.
‘The sound of a shot, dull and distant‘