Wednesday October 10th, 8pm.
Kingsway Campus, University of Chester
A Rehearsed Reading of
by the Presnyakov Brothers
Translated by Sasha Dugdale
This extraordinary debut play by the brothers Presnyakov was first performed at the Royal Court Theatre in 2003, and is set in Siberia.
A series of seemingly unrelated scenes portray the ordinary frustrations of everyday life: office workers bickering, a couple committing adultery, grannies complaining about their husbands. But the scenes unfold to reveal the mistrust and dysfunction that have become the norm, in Russia and elsewhere.
This is the first in a series of rehearsed readings which will take place at Kingsway in 2018-2019.
This is an amateur performance reading, by arrangement with Nick Hern Books
Admission Free of Charge