Anton Chekhov

So here I am, on the great man's birthday, on an incredibly mild January night at the Jermyn Street Theatre, sitting next to a young actress, recently graduated from drama school (and I didn't even have to slip the box office lady any notes), and I in my late thirties, feeling all Trigorin with my projected gravestone reading: "not as good as Michael Billington."
This week David Gilmour-the-disappointment (as surely everyone must now know him, sorry Pink Floyd fans) made one last bid
Laura Carmichael (Sonya) Unlike some of the dense cryptic dialogue seen in works such as Three Sisters, Chekhov's Uncle Vanya
The Satanic Verses author Sir Salman Rushdie said it would be "difficult" to publish his book now because of the "climate
Renowned director Benedict Andrews returns to the London stage with Anton Chekhov's Three Sisters at the Young Vic, giving