SYNOPSIS: Chekhov's drama is a mixture of farce and anguish, hopeless infatuations, old grudges and ironic humor. A man and his niece have spent their lives caring for the country estate of a writer they regard as a great man. But when it becomes apparent, during one of the writer's infrequent visits, that he's really a failure and a nobody, Uncle Vanya and his niece painfully awaken to the fact that their lives have been wasted.
Directed by Ian Rickson
Cast: Toby Jones, Richard Armitage, Aimee Lou Wood, Rosalind Eleazar, Ciaran Hinds, Dearbhla Molloy, Anna Calder-Marshall, Peter Wight
Show Times: Mon-Sat @7:30pm, Wed & Sat @2:30pm
Tickets from £15