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Three Sisters – Vaudeville Theatre, London

Writer: Anton Chekhov  Director: Lev Dodin Reviewer: Gus Mitchell With a double bill of Life and Fate and Uncle Vanya at the Theatre Royal Haymarket last summer, the Maly Drama Theatre of St. Petersburg made a splash in London. Their renowned director Lev Dodin now leads the company back to the West End, with a 10-day run of Anton Chekhov’s penultimate play, ...

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Uncle Vanya – Theatre Royal Haymarket, London

Writer: Anton Chekhov Director: Lev Dodin Reviewer: Maryam Philpott There’s always something a bit special about seeing a play in its original language, particularly when performed by a renowned theatre company from the same country who are able to draw out many of the nuances that can often be lost in translation. So, it’s a treat to see The Maly ...

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Life and Fate – Theatre Royal Haymarket, London

Writer: Lev Dodin, based on the novel by Vasily Grossman Director: Lev Dodin Reviewer: Scott Matthewman There’s something about a posthumously published novel that can make one wonder how well it has been edited if the author was not around to do so. That is a feeling that’s inescapable with Life and Fate, Vassily Grossman’s sweeping epic depicting life in ...

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