Russian Theatre in London 2019

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JANUARY

Uncle Vanya by Chekhov, written and directed by Terry Johnson, is at the Hampstead Theatre from 30 November to 12 January.

FEBRUARY

The Cherry Orchard is performed in Russian with English surtitles at the Barbican on 5 and 6 February.

Diaries of Madmen is  based on Nikolai Gogol’s novel Diary of a Madman and composer’s Piotr Ilyitch Tchaikovsky’s personal diaries, in Russian with English surtitles at the Cockpit Theatre from 5 to 10 February.

Morphine is based on Mikhail Bulgakov, in Russian with detailed English subtitles, at the Cockpit Theatre from 12 to 14 February.

The Cherry Orchard is at Theatro Technis from 17 February to 23 February.

MARCH

QMUL Russian Play 2019 “The Seagull” by Anton Chekhov is in Russian at QMUL on 21 and 22 March.

APRIL

The Cherry Orchard is at The Sainsbury Theatre from 3 April to 11 April.

The Fatal Eggs are (possibly adapted) at the Baron’s Court Theatre from 9 to 27 April.

Uncle Vanya is abridged at the Hope Theatre from 23 April to 11 May.

Three Sisters will be at the Almeida from 8 April to 1 June.

MAY

Three Sisters will be at the Almeida from 8 April to 1 June.

Uncle Vanya is abridged at the Hope Theatre from 23 April to 11 May

«Анна Каренина» — новая постановка театра «Хамелеон» будет в Арене борьбы с 16 по 18 мая.

Wife for sale!–funniest Chekhov’s farces is at Rudolf Steiner House on 24 and 25 May.

A Little Comedy comprises two short plays by Chekhov in Bulgarian at the Leicester Square Theatre on 27 May.

JUNE

Three Sisters will be at the Almeida from 8 April to 1 June.

Crime and Punishment  is adapted at the Cockpit Theatre from 4 June to 8 June.

The Knight of the Burning Pestle  is on in Russian at the Barbican from 5 to 8 June.

Lev Dodin’s Three Sisters will be supported by Roman Abramovich at the Vaudeville Theatre from 19 to 29 June.

To See Salisbury is a funny and darkly surreal play that explores fake news, cultural identity and the fragile relationship between Russia and Britain at RADA’s GBS Theatre from 27 June to 9 July.

Short Ton Of Love  is a scratch performance of startling, lesser known Chekhov short stories at the Drayton Arms Theatre on 30 June and 1 July.

JULY

To See Salisbury is a funny and darkly surreal play that explores fake news, cultural identity and the fragile relationship between Russia and Britain at RADA’s GBS Theatre from 27 June to 9 July.

Short Ton Of Love  is a scratch performance of startling, lesser known Chekhov short stories at the Drayton Arms Theatre on 30 June and 1 July.

AUGUST

The Death of Ivan Ilyich  is a  new, modern adaptation of Tolstoy at the Lion & Unicorn from 4 to 6 August.

All That Remains is a piece of theatre about the war in Ukraine, at the Brockley Jack from 6 to 8 August, and at the Etcetera Theatre on 12 and 13 August.

A Tale of Two Chekhov’s  comprises two of Chekhov’s finest, sharpest and most poignant comedies back to back at the Etcetera Theatre from 21 August to 25 August.

SEPTEMBER

«Пир вместо войны»  идет в Theatro Technis на русском языке с английскими субтитрами с 3 сентября по 8 сентября.

In and Out of Chekhov’s Shorts is an exhilarating romp through some of the best of Chekhov’s short stories at the Greenwich Theatre from 12 September to 14 September.

OCTOBER

Shukshin’s Stories is at the Barbican from 7 to 9 October.

Ivanov is at the Barbican on 11 and 12 October.

Vassa by Maxim Gorky adapted by Mike Bartlett is at the Almeida from 7 October to 23 November.

The Seagull gets a modern day psychological interpretation at the Cockpit Theatre from 17 to 19 October.

NOVEMBER

Vassa by Maxim Gorky adapted by Mike Bartlett is at the Almeida from 7 October to 23 November.

Stray Dogs is a new play about Anna Akhmatova, at the Park Theatre from 13 November to 7 December.

Uncle Vanya will be at the New Wimbledon Theatre from 19 to 23 November.

DECEMBER

Stray Dogs is a new play about Anna Akhmatova, at the Park Theatre from 13 November to 7 December.

Uncle Vanya highlights the farcical nature of the text whilst showcasing captivating physical work inspired by the decline of the Bee, at the Old Red Lion from 2 to 7 December.

Anna Karenina will be adapted at Theatro Technis from 15 to 22 December.

Eugene Onegin gets staged readings at the Coronet Theatre from 17 to 19 December.


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