By Leo Tolstoy
A outstanding two-play epic, tailored from Tolstoy's novel and primary staged by means of Shared Experience.
One of the longest novels in Western literature, Tolstoy's War and Peace intertwines its epic account of Napoleon's invasion of Russia with the story of 3 aristocratic families.
Painted on an enormous canvas of destinations, characters and reviews, Helen Edmundson's stirring version is an tricky saga of households, love and friendship opposed to a backdrop of war.
Helen Edmundson's previous, one-part model of War and Peace used to be staged via Shared adventure on the nationwide Theatre in 1996.
'triumphant... what a impressive, unmissable fulfillment this is... Shared Experience's procedure is so fluid and clean it could possibly in simple terms reinvigorate your appreciation of the publication' - Telegraph
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