17 June-5 Aug 2006. Juliet Stevenson stars as melodramatic actress Arkadina in Martin Crimps adaptation of Chekhovs play The Seagull at the Lyttelton Theatre. Created by the team that staged the National Theatres acclaimed production of the Three Sisters in 2003, The Seagull evokes the poetry of everyday life through the characters handling of adversity and disappointment. Trepliev, the amateur playwright, is played by Ben Whishaw, and Hattie Morahan is Nina, the object of his unrequited love, who identifies herself with the seagull of the title. Katie Mitchell directs. Admission Previews 25-10, Evening performances 37.50-10. Previews 17 & 19-23 June at 19.30 & 24 June at 14.15. Performances Mon-Sat at 19.30. Matinees 29 June; 8, 12, 20, 22, 25 July; 2 & 5 Aug at 14.15.

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Address The Lyttelton Theatre is on the South Bank in London. By rail to Waterloo, Waterloo East or Charing Cross. By Underground to Waterloo, Southwark or Embankment. Tel +44 (0) 2074523400 info@nationaltheatre.org.uk Photo by Stephen Cummiskey

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The Seagull.

The Lyttelton Theatre is on the South Bank in London. By rail to Waterloo, Waterloo East or Charing Cross. By Underground to Waterloo, Southwark or Embankment. Tel +44 (0) 2074523400 info@nationaltheatre.org.uk Photo by Stephen Cummiskey

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