- Start: 25 October 2017 3:00 pm
- Venue: Belfry arts centre
- Categories: storytelling, talk
- Tags: ticket
Readings by Harvey Pitcher and Bernice Escott
“First I’d make my patients laugh and then I’d treat them.” As a Moscow medical student, Anton Chekhov (“The Cherry Orchard”) was a prolific author of comic stories.
Colourful examples of Chekhov’s humour provided by Cromer writer and Chekhov specialist, Harvey Pitcher, and by Bernice Escott of Stage Direct.
Free; donations appreciated; booking recommended; tea, cakes, wine, beer available to purchase from The Old Poppyland Tea Room in the arts centre.