An anthology of female-led black comedy, Obscenities (which is written by Venetia Twigg and Will Nash) is evidence of theatre’s ability to adapt to our current Covid restrictions. Split into three short episodes, each segment is underpinned by characters who find themselves in uncomfortable situations.
“Uplifting” and “small in stature but big in heart” – see what reviewers have said about Theatrical Niche’s pacey, new version of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya. Take a look at what they said, then book your tickets.
The current production of Uncle Vanya which is touring with Theatrical Niche stays true to the spirit of its origins, while also fleshing out aspects that resonate today.
Take a peek at Theatrical Niche’s new, environmentally engaged version of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya, which comes to London next week. Explore the gallery, then book your tickets.
How does the working of a beehive related to Chekhov’s masterpiece Uncle Vanya? Venetia Twigg, who adapted the play for Theatrical Niche, gets busy, telling us about it. Read he interview then book your tickets.
What can we expect from Theatrical Niche’s new version of Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya? There may be some clues in these images straight from the rehearsal room. Take a look, then book your tickets.
A new physical theatre adaptation of Anton Chekhov’s Uncle Vanya, which has been touring England and Northern Ireland this autumn, arrives in London for two weeks later this month, playing in both the north and the south of the capital. Book your tickets now.
I’ve seen numerous productions of A Doll’s House over the years, but this is the first one that’s fleshed out what was hiding in plain sight – the overarching weight of the characters’ worries and what their respective fears compels them to do.