The Wings of the Seagull

The Wings of the Seagull

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The Seagull is Anton Chekhov’s most famous play. It is renowned for its large network of characters, vast landscapes, and intricate plot in four acts.

Following the success of Little Eyolf  last year, mealspiel are proud to present a radical reimagining of Chekhov’s most famous story.

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By Amitai Landau-Pope, after Anton Chekhov

Performed by the University of Oxford Students 

Age guideline 18+

 

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