St James Theatre
12 Palace Street
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Important Info: This production will be performed in Russian and will be live-dubbed in English to be enjoyed in either language.
This September, audiences in the capital will have the opportunity to witness four plays staged in Russian at the St James Theatre as the National Theatre of Kiev and Kiev’s National Academic Theatre of Russian Drama present a season that celebrates Ukrainian culture.
Two of the shows will explore the work of Anton Chekhov and one of these is Life’s Little Nothings, which is based on five of his short stories. They offer an insightful look at the legendary Russian writer.
These short stories include A Daughter Of Albion, A Tripping Tonguev (about a woman complaining of her friend’s immoral acts without considering that she was not the only one), A Happy Man (set on board a train and concerns fleeting happiness), Difficult People and The Wallet.
The performance is presented in Russian and will include an English-dub so audiences have a choice of language in which to experience it.
Anton Chekhov is well known for a range of well known plays, which continue to be performed and enjoyed around the world more than a century since his death. His work includes The Seagull, Three Sisters, Uncle Vanya and The Cherry Orchard, amongst others.
Life’s Little Nothings runs at the venue from Sunday 13th September 2015.
|Booking From:||Tuesday, 15th September 2015|
|Booking Until:||Tuesday, 15th September 2015|
|Running Time:||1 hour 30 minutes (No interval)|
|Important Info:||This production will be performed in Russian and will be live-dubbed in English to be enjoyed in either language.|
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