Jagged Fence Productions and Danielle Tarento present
Three Sisters
“a vital and vibrant production that remains highly respectful of its source material. Chekhov would cheer.”
★★★★  Evening Standard
“a deeply moving retelling suitable as much for Chekhov newbies as for seasoned afficianados”
★★★★  WhatsOnStage
“Bolam’s production is full of intriguing supporting performances – credit to Danielle Tarento’s casting”
★★★  Time Out
“You'll laugh, you'll cry, and you'll be on the edge of your seat...an absolute must-see”
★★★★★  Gay Times
“a remarkable interpretation of the Russian classic”
★★★★  Jonathan Baz
“Reiss’s contemporary version is crisp, fluid and lively and reinforces just how close we feel to Chekhov’s characters”
★★★  Financial Times
“If you’re a Chekhov fan then this won’t disappoint. If you’re new to Chekhov’s work then you couldn’t get a much finer introduction than Reiss’ reworking. This has to be one of the must see plays of the spring”
★★★★★  The Gay UK
“Reiss' fresh take on the classic brings 'Three Sisters', and Chekhov, to a whole new audience and, for that alone, is a very important piece of theatre”
★★★★★  PlaysToSee
“a joy to watch with probably one of the strongest casts I’ve seen, who bring Chekov to life for a 21st century audience. Whether you’re an existing fan or new to his work, this modern adaptation will leave you wanting to see more”
★★★★  The Good Review
“With the high standard of productions we have come to expect from Danielle Tarento, Jagged Fence and Southwark Playhouse, Three Sisters is no exception”
“Danielle Tarento has gathered together an absolutely remarkable cast of actors”

“You won’t be here. Not in thirty years. You’ll have had a stroke, or I’ll have shot you. It’ll be one or the other.”

Three sisters. Three thousand miles from home. Overworked Olga, wild Masha and idealistic Irina dream of returning. Living in a world of deceit, desire and hard drinking it’s difficult but is there something else holding them back?

Reinterpreted for the 21st century by Anya Reiss, (winner, Most Promising Playwright at the Evening Standard Awards and Critics Circle Awards 2010) this searing new version of Chekhov’s masterpiece reunites the team behind 2012′s critically acclaimed, sell-out hit, The Seagull and is co-produced by the award winning producer of last year’s smash hit, Titanic.

Press for The Seagull -

‘Fresh, colloquial, sexy and downright perceptive.’ The Telegraph ✭✭✭✭

‘in a year of remarkable Chekhov revivals, this Seagull flies with the best’ The Guardian ✭✭✭✭

‘As emotionally honest and heartfelt a production as the author could have hoped’ The Times ✭✭✭✭

‘An unmissable occasion’ The Observer