Tuesday March 31, 2020

The Cherry Orchard: Druid breathes fresh life into Chekhov classic

A new production of the Russian author’s 1903 landmark work shares a strong resonance with certain Irish cultural mores

22nd March, 2020
Derbhle Crotty and Garrett Lombard in The Cherry Orchard: there are global concerns that move through the subtle undercurrent of Chekhov’s slowly-unfolding drama. Picture: Robbie Jack

The Cherry Orchard

By Anton Chekhov

Black Box Theatre, Galway

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