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Three Sisters by Rashdash, After Chekhov

22 May — 09 June

Sisters Olga, Masha and Irena. A drawing room. RashDash are coming to The Yard. And they’re reimagining a classic.

“I’M GOING TO PHILOSOPHISE MY HEAD 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?

Why do the men in this play have all the lines?

Following their sell-out tour of the “exhilarating, furious, polyphonous, frustrating, unabashed” smash-hit Two Man Show (★★★★ The Stage, Time Out, The Independent), RashDash take on Chekhov.

A dead, white man. A classic play.

What are you expecting?

A RashDash and Royal Exchange Theatre co-production
Commissioned by Tobacco Factory Theatres, The Yard Theatre, Cambridge Junction, MAYK and Bristol Old Vic

Running Time: Approx 90 minutes (no interval)
Suitable for ages 14+


ACCESS

Access tickets are priced at £15 and can be booked online. We offer free tickets for companions and these must be booked over the phone (020 3111 0570) or by emailing lara@theyardtheatre.co.uk

Credits


  • Creators and performers Abbie Greenland, Helen Goalen and Becky Wilkie
  • Band Chloe Rianna Burke and Yoon-ji Kim
  • Music Becky Wilkie
  • Lighting Design Ziggy Jacobs-Wyburn
  • Designer Rosie Elnile

Dates for your diary


Open Conversation with RashDash

Tuesday 29 May, 9:30pm.

Open conversation with RashDash hosted by The Yard’s Theatre Producer Ashleigh Wheeler.

Free with a ticket to that evening’s performance.

Dialogue Theatre Club

Thursday 31 May, 9:30pm.

Dialogue Theatre Club is a post-show discussion with a difference. It works more like a book group: the people who made the show aren’t present, so you can talk freely about what you thought of it, in an informal environment where every opinion counts.

Hosted by blogger Maddy Costa and Rhiannon Armstrong, Dialogue Theatre Club doesn’t ask theatre-makers to explain their work, but invites audiences to interpret it for each other, sharing views and ideas over a drink.

Free with a ticket to that evening’s performance.

Book Tickets


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