Uncle Vanya

Chekhov’s classic tale of unrequited love, in a new adaptation by Peter Gill, is directed into a light and witty production by Tamara Harvey. Staged in the round, initially at Theatr Clwyd and later transferring to the Crucible Studio in Sheffield, it was heralded as “a finely crafted re-working” by The Stage, with the performances by Jamie Ballard and Rosie Sheehy attracting particular praise – The Telegraph said “Jamie Ballard is one of the finest Vanya’s I’ve ever seen”.

Photographs by The Other Richard / theotherrichard.com

Writer:
Anton Chekhov
Adapted by:
Peter Gill
Director:
Tamara Harvey
Designer:
Lucy Osborne
Sound:
Jared Zeus
Producer:
Theatr Clwyd & Sheffield Theatres
Venues:
Emlyn Williams Theatre &
Crucible Studio, Autumn 2017

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