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    Three Sisters, by RashDash, after Chekhov

    • 12 Jun -
      16 Jun 2018
      12 Jun - 16 Jun 2018

    RashDash were last in Bristol in September 2017 with their phenomenally popular, award-winning hit Two Man Show. We’re delighted to welcome them back with their new show which we have co-commissioned with two other Bristol partners, MAYK and Bristol Old Vic.

    Giving a brand new perspective on Anton Chekhov’s classic Three Sisters, RashDash re-imagine this classic play and ask – what if RashDash were the three sisters, Olga, Masha and Irena?

    A drawing room. We are going to philosophise our heads off! How should I make the most of being alive in this moment? How should I try to enjoy life whilst also being a good person who makes space for a better future? What is love and where do I find it? What work needs to be done? Why do the men in this play have all the lines? Chekhov. Dead, white man. A classic play. A period drama with surprises.

    Commissioned by Tobacco Factory Theatres, The Yard Theatre, Cambridge Junction, MAYK and Bristol Old Vic.
    • RUNNING TIMEApprox. 1hr 25mins
    • TICKETSFrom £12 (limited availability). Please select Buy Tickets for more details.
    • VENUE


    AGE RECOMMENDATION 14+ (may contain strong language and nakedness of a non-threatening and non-sexual nature)

    Please note that this performance contains loud noises, strobe and flashing lights.

    Please join us after the performance on Fri 15 June for a free post show discussion.

    • Array

      "A chaotic but powerful interrogation of the dramatic canon"

      The Stage
    • "This brilliantly witty show asks who the classics are for... Gloriously playful"

      The Guardian
    • Array

      "A terrifically generous piece of writing"

      The Independent on Two Man Show
    • Array

      "Smart, potent and exhilaratingly physical attack on patriarchy"

      The Stage on Two Man Show

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