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The Cherry Orchard

By Anton Chekhov

‘One of our best touring companies, presenting classics with sheen and bite.’ The Observer

Chekov's The Cherry Orchard illustrates the inevitability of change and the heartbreak of separation.

Madame Ravensky and her daughter, Anya, return home from Paris to find that their family estate is about to be sold at auction for debt. To all the family it is quite unthinkable that they should lose the wonderful cherry orchard whose white blooms are part of their childhood memories. Madame Ranevsky is an irresponsible soul who cannot be made to realize the value of money. Her brother, Gaev, is quite as hopeless where money is concerned. Varya, the step-daughter, is the only practical one, but how can a woman raise money?


Malvern Theatres

25 - 29 Apr 2000

Oxford Playhouse

2 - 6 May 2000

Lyceum Theatre, Crewe

9 - 13 May 2000

Cambridge Arts Thearte

16 - 20 May 2000

Yvonne Arnaud Theatre, Guildford

23 - 27 May 2000

The Lowry, Salford

5 - 10 Jun 2000

Theatre Royal Bath

12 - 17 Jun 2000

Richmond Theatre, London

19 - 24 Jun 2000

Greenwich Theatre, London

27 Jun - 1 Jul 2000

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