Why See The Seagull?
Trudie Styler stars in Chekhov's first great comedy, a story of a distinguished actress and her passionate lonely son.
Set in late 19th century Ireland during the time of the National Land League, a political group fighting for poor tenant farmers, illuminates the play's universal themes and parallels to Chekov's Russian society while revealing new social and political angles.
Max Stafford-Clark commissioned and directed the original production of The Seagull at the Royal Court Theatre in London in 1981.
Previews from: 3 October 2013
Opening night: 13 October 2013
Cast and Creative
Rachel Spencer Hewitt
Ryan David O'Byrne
CreativeWritten by Anton Chekov
Adapted by Thomas Kilroy
Directed by Max Stafford Clark
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