Ken Stott, Anna Friel and Samuel West star in a new West End production of Chekhov's Uncle Vanya, adapted by Christopher Hampton and directed by Lindsay Posner at the Vaudeville Theatre from 24th October 2012.
The production is booking through to February 16th 2013.
Vanya, Yelena, Astrov and Sonya are all in love with the past, with ideals and with each other. As their universe shifts around them they struggle to keep their emotions at bay in this exquisitely evoked comedy of the trials and tribulations of the human condition.
Ken Stott’s theatre credits include Art (Wyndham's), God of Carnage (Gielgud), A View from the Bridge (Duke of York's) and Heroes (Wyndham’s). On TV he is best known for Messiah, Toast, The Vice and Rebus as well as One Day, Charlie Wilson's War, Girl In a Café and Shallow Grave on film. He also stars in the upcoming film version of The Hobbit.
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Also reported by Official London Theatre