Moscow English Theatre (MET) return to the Mayakovsky Theatre on Bolshaya Nikitskaya in October for their fifth season of professional English theatre.
This time around they present a comedy from one of the most prolific and certainly most frequently performed playwrights on the planet – Alan Ayckbourn! His show RELATIVELY SPEAKING will play from October 17-19.
Written in 1965, it is a charming comedy set in an English country garden. But beneath the seeming order and calm of this idyllic scene emotions and passions run high. Packed full of laughs it is a show performed again and again around the world.
Again MET have assembled a professional cast from the UK with the show starring Luke Kempner (Les Miserables, Avenue Q & The Only Way is Downton) and Gavin Robertson (One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest & Thunderbirds FAB) and directed by Artistic Director Jonathan Salway.
Alongside this, there will be one performance of Gavin RobertsonÂ´s acclaimed one man show BOND, described as âan unauthorised parodyâ. A success at the Edinburgh, Kansas and Adelaide festivals MET are delighted to host it now in Moscow. BOND will play on October 18 at 9pm.
Tickets go on sale for both shows on September 1 and are available from firstname.lastname@example.org
and, of course, via the Mayakovsky Theatre Box Office.