Three Sisters

Small Scale UK tour 1978. Twelfth Night, Three Sisters and And is There Honey Still for Tea? (Anthology). Venues:
13–15 July, The Arts Centre, Christ’s Hospital, Horsham, Sussex;
18–20 July, Merchant Taylor’s Hall, London (City of London Festival);
21–22 July, Victoria Hall, Tunbridge Wells, Kent;
24–29 July, Towngate Theatre, Poole, Dorset;
31 July-2 August, Guildhall, Portsmouth, Hampshire;
3-,5 August, Gulbenkian Theatre, University of Kent, Canterbury, Kent;
7–12 August, Key Theatre, Peterborough, Cambridgeshire;
13 August, St George’s Arts Centre, Great Yarmouth, Norfolk;
14–16 August, Theatre Royal, Bury St Edmunds, Suffolk;
17–19 August, Corn Exchange, Ipswich, Suffolk;
21–26 August, 28 August-2 September: Stewart’s and Melville College, Edinburgh International Festival, Lothian, Scotland;
4–9 September, MacRobert Centre, University of Stirling, Central Region, Scotland;
11,13 September, Music Pavilion, Dunfermline, Fife, Scotland;
14–16 September, Johnston Community Centre, Paisley Strathclyde, Scotland;
18–20 September, Dewsbury Town Hall, West Yorkshire;
21–23 September, Hurlfield Campus, Sheffield, South Yorkshire;
24 September, Civic Theatre Rotherham,South Yorkshire;
25–27 September, Grange Arts Centre, Oldham, Greater Manchester;
28–30 September, Bletchley Leisure Centre, Milton Keynes, Buckinghamshire;
2–4 October, Pavilion Theatre, Exmouth, Devon;
5–7 October, Carn Brea Leisure Centre, Redruth, Cornwall;
9–11 October, College of Further Education, Plymouth, Devon;
12–14 October, Plough Theatre, Torrington, Devon;
15 October, Assembly Rooms, Glastonbury, Somerset;
16–18 October, Merlin Theatre, Frome, Somerset;
19–21 October, Bryanston School, Blandford, Dorset.

Cast & Crew


Andrei Prozorov
Dr Chebutikin
Fiodor Kulighin
Natalya Ivanova


Light Designer
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  1. On 18th January 2019 at 7:03 p.m., Mark_Thomas noted:

    A friend helped me get a student holiday job on this production in Edinburgh. I had to bring on a cupboard. I didn’t know who anyone was but saw that one of the actors was keeping all of the others amused with his backstage banter. On the last night the director offered me the chance to watch the production which I was glad to accept. I was then moved by the director and lead making a point of coming to see me to thank me and say goodbye. They told me their names, Ian McKellen and Trevor Nunn, which meant nothing to me at the time except that here were two exceptionally talented and kind people who were not above taking the time to thank a temporary stage hand. Odd thing but I met the production again when it came to my home village of Bryanston in Dorset.

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