in situ: The Cherry Orchard by Anton Chekhov

Dear friends,

You are invited to “The Cherry Orchard Project“, a performance by in situ:, based on, in and around the text of “The Cherry Orchard” by Anton Chekhov.

Dates: Tuesday March 16 – Saturday March 20
Time: 8pm
Venue: The House (South Cambridge; details of the location and directions are
supplied on booking)
Tickets: £12/£10 (concessions)

First performed in March, 2006, this revival marks the beginning of in situ:‘s Tenth Birthday celebrations.

One of the most famous and acclaimed plays of all time, The Cherry Orchard was Anton Chekhov’s last play, first performed shortly before his death in 1904. It describes the collapse of an aristocratic family, whose way of life is destroyed by forces they don’t understand and are powerless to resist – forces of social and political change that would soon sweep away the old order in its entirety.

The Cherry Orchard Project is an invitation-only performance and you will need to join our mailing-list to apply for tickets. You are welcome to bring friends with you. If you know anybody who would like to attend but is unable to accompany you, they will need to join our mailing-list and we will send them an invitation. Anybody who wishes to see the performance may do so,
but tickets are limited and for legal and security reasons, we can’t sell tickets over the phone.

Hope to see you there.

For further information, to check ticket availability, or to find out about in
situ:
‘s wide range of workshops, residencies and performances, you can ring us on: 01223 211451, email us or visit our website.

Best wishes,

Richard Spaul/Bella Stewart