The Seagull

  • The Seagull Regents Park Open Air Theatre Official Theatre
The Seagull by Anton Chekhov. The first of Chekhov's great works, The Seagull is celebrated as one of the most important plays of the nineteenth century.
"Young love, enchanting, poetic love, the sort that transports us to the land of dreams that's only happiness life has to offer us".

The Cast
Joining double Olivier Award-winner Janie Dee, Poldarkā€™s Sabrina Bartlett and Evening Standard Award-winner Matthew Tennyson, director Matthew Dunster has assembled a remarkable cast including: Colin Hoult (Being Human, BBC), Fraser James (Liberian Girl at Royal Court / Law & Order, ITV), Lisa Palfrey (Best Actress, Theatre Critics of Wales Award for Before it Rains at Bristol Old Vic/Sherman Cymru and the film Pride directed by Matthew Warchus), Ian Redford (Antigone at the Royal Exchange, Manchester / New Tricks, BBC) and, as Boris Trigorin, Alex Robertson (who recently starred as Matthew Thorogood in the film The Suspicions of Mr Whicher: The Tie That Binds, and The Village, BBC).

Child Friendly?

Whilst the show is not aimed at children, The Seagull is a classic literary work of art that older children may enjoy for its cultural and historical value. The show is not appropriate for children under the age of 10.

Seating Tips

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