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2nd December, 2015


Event Details

2nd December, 2015
14.30 and 19.30
End Date:
5th December, 2015
The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, Eton Avenue, London, NW3 3HY
£10 / £5 concessions

by Anton Chekhov, adapted by David Hare

Director – Dominic Rouse

Set and Costume – Philippa Brocklehurst

Venue – Webber Douglas Studio

Performed by – BA (Hons) Acting CDT students

Production by – BA (Hons) Theatre Practice students


Perhaps the least performed of Chekhov’s plays, Ivanov is the fierce and funny portrait of a man whose life is plummeting fast into domestic and philosophical chaos. By turns despairing, passionate and very funny – it offers insight into a young playwright, exhilaratingly different from the one we think we know.

“There are so many cogs in us, so many wheels, so many valves that we judge each other at our own peril. I don’t understand you. You don’t understand me. And least of all do we understand ourselves.” – Ivanov

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