Vanya

Vanya


England, 1976. The hottest summer since records began.

The revolution is being televised, and Vanya is watching it happen without her. She’s stuck caring for her elderly mother in a house that’s falling down — and now her brother-in-law has turned up, drinking until the small hours every night. The entire household is desperate for him to leave. None of them suspect he has a plan that threatens to blow their world to pieces.

In their Oxford Playhouse debut, the Doppler Project relocate Chekhov’s play to a time when nobody won wars and the UK won Eurovision. Vanya brings together current students and alumni from the University of Oxford in a new initiative.

Alumni working in all areas, and at all stages of careers in theatre have come together to collaborate with current students in a celebration of the past, present and future of drama at the University of Oxford.

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By Anton Chekhov

Age Guideline 12+

Enjoy! Priority Booking opens Fri 6 March

General Booking opens Fri 13 March

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