By Anton Chekhov | In a version by Cordelia Lynn
Directed By Rebecca Frecknall
Do you ever wonder what would happen if we could live our lives all over again but be fully conscious of it the second time?
I bet we’d try to do everything differently, or at least would know to create a different world for ourselves.
In a room in a house in a provincial town, three sisters wait for their lives to begin.
Olga, the eldest. Masha, the middle child. Irina, the youngest.
The clock strikes. A candle is lit.
The clock stops. Something catches fire.
The clock strikes. They wake up.
Following her critically acclaimed production of Summer and Smoke, Almeida Associate Director Rebecca Frecknall directs Anton Chekhov’s Three Sisters, in a new adaptation by Cordelia Lynn (One For Sorrow, Lela & Co).
Cast includes Patsy Ferran (Summer and Smoke) and Pearl Chanda (Ink).
ALMEIDA FOR FREE
Almeida For Free festival around Three Sisters commences in the week of 27 May. Further information to be announced in due course.
Previews Mon 8 Apr – Mon 15 Apr
Press Night Tue 16 Apr 7pm
Wed matinees 2.30pm from 24 Apr
Sat matinees 2.30pm from 20 Apr
8 Apr – 15 Apr
£34, £29, £20, £10
17 Apr – 1 Jun
£42.50, £34, £20, £10
Almeida Rush allows audiences to book last minute tickets to popular Almeida shows each week. Tickets released Tuesday at 1pm.
Thu 9 May
Post-show talk with members of the Three Sisters company. Free to same-day ticket holders.
Mon 13 May 6pm
Almeida Questions is an eclectic programme of pre-show discussions which consider some of the questions raised by the work on our stage. An invited panel of speakers discuss the key issues and ideas raised by Three Sisters.
Fri 17 May 7.30pm
£5 Captioned tickets available to those aged 25 and under on sale 18 Mar 2019.
Audio Described performance
Sat 11 May 2.30pm
(Touch Tour 12.45pm)
£5 Audio Described tickets available to those aged 25 and under on sale 18 Mar 2019.
8 Apr - 17 Apr (except 16 Apr)
If you live or work in the Islington area you can book best available seats for £25 for the opening performances, subject to availability. Enter the promo code ISFIRST when booking. For applicable postcodes see here.
Customers claiming Jobseekers Allowance and students can book second-price band tickets for £25 on Monday - Thursday evenings and Wednesday and Saturday matinees. Concessions tickets are also applicable for first-price band tickets on Wednesday and Saturday matinees*.
Concessions tickets are subject to availability and not available in the final week of performances. For more information click here.
Customers who are 65 and over can book second-price-band tickets* for £25 on Monday - Thursday evenings & Wednesday & Saturday matinees. Over 65s tickets are also applicable for first-price band tickets on Wednesday and Saturday matinees. For more information click here.
Customers aged 30 or under can book second-price-band tickets for £15 on Monday - Thursday evenings & Wednesday & Saturday matinees*.
Deaf and disabled patrons and a companion can buy tickets for £25 for all performances by calling the Box Office on 020 7359 4404.
*Concessions are subject to availability and proof of eligibility is required. Concessions in the final week of performances are only valid for Deaf and disabled bookings
25 and under
£5 tickets available for performances Mon 8 Apr, Tue 9 Apr, Mon 15 Apr, Mon 22 Apr, Tue 23 Apr, Mon 29 Apr, Tue 30 Apr. Tickets will go on sale 18 Mar 2019.
For the Almeida: Summer and Smoke (also West End).
Theatre includes: My Mum's A Twat (Royal Court); Speech and Debate (Trafalgar Studios); As You Like It; Treasure Island (National Theatre); The Merchant Of Venice (RSC); The Angry Brigade (Paines Plough); Blithe Spirit (Gielgud Theatre).
Television includes: Will; Guerrilla; Jamestown.
Film includes: Darkest Hour; God’s Own Country; Tulip Fever; The National Phobia Association’s Day Out.
Patsy won a Critics’ Circle Theatre Award for Most Promising Newcomer in 2014, and was nominated for an Emerging Talent Award at the Evening Standard Theatre Awards in 2015.
Patsy trained at RADA.
by Anton Chekhov
in a new version by Cordelia Lynn
Direction Rebecca Frecknall
Design Hildegard Bechtler
Light Jack Knowles
Sound George Dennis
Composition Angus MacRae
Casting Julia Horan CDG