An adaptation of the classic Chekhov play performed on a moving canal barge. Audience members climb on board for tea and tales with Olga, Masha, and Irina, heading for their unattainable destination and reliving memories past.
Broadway Baby: “The beauty of this piece is that a West-End budget would kill the charm and hours of intricate character work that has obviously been painstakingly injected into this adaptation.”
The Fringe Review: “They gave us Chekhov without the boring bits, plus tea and biscuits along the way.”
The Herald: “I thought it was quite beautiful towards the end and quite disturbing in a way. I imagine one or two people would initially think: how the hell do I get off this boat? The answer is – you don’t.”
Listed as one of the top five shows to see in the country by The Independent.