Adapted from Chekhov’s play without a name, Wild Honey, by Michael Frayn, is a comedy of errors. Playing at Hampstead Theatre, it’s a tale of 19th century Russian life replete with classic misunderstandings, irrepressible desires and nostalgia for a vanishing world.
Over 55 years, Hampstead Theatre has become one of London’s most vibrant theatres. The main stage has epic dimensions and is uniquely flexible. It’s capable of transporting audiences to the 1924 Paris Olympic Games as spectators in an Olympic amphitheatre (Chariots of Fire) or into a courtroom as jury, facing each other in an intense traverse configuration (55 Days). A Hampstead Theatre-goer never quite knows what to expect.
Tickets for ‘Wild Honey’ start at £15 for over 65s. The production runs from 2 December – 14 January. To purchase your tickets online visit www.hampsteadtheatre.com/whats-on