The Last Ones at Jermyn Street Theatre

A family and a country in the grip of revolution.

Jermyn Street Theatre in collaboration with Upstart presents

The Last Ones

by Maxim Gorky

Translated by Cathy Porter

Directed by Anthony Biggs

Designed by Cecilia Trono

Lighting by Sherry Coenen

Sound by Yvonne Gilbert

Costumes by Gregor Donnelly 

Creative Producer Tom Mansfield

Jermyn Street Theatre, 7 June to 1 July 2017

“My children, my babes, my last ones…”

The euphoria of the 1905 revolution is long over, and Russia is in chaos. As the government begins a brutal crackdown, a corrupt ex-police chief fears for his life after a failed assassination attempt by terrorists. Having frittered away his money on womanising and gambling, he and his family have been forced to take refuge in his wealthy brother’s house.  Now, with the resurgence of the old order, he has an opportunity to bribe his way back into power. But there are consequences, and when his children meet a mysterious stranger who talks of the future, they begin to question everything they’ve been told.  As dark secrets from the past are revealed, and their world begins to collapse around them, how can they continue to defend their father?

The Last Ones is a strikingly relevant and vivid portrayal of a family and a country in the grip of revolution, from one of the most important writers of the Twentieth Century.

The stellar cast includes Omar Baroud, David Burt, Tom Colley, Maroussia Frank, Louise Gold, Gillian Kirkpatrick, Kirsten Obank, Daragh O’Malley, Annabel Smith, Andrew Still, Emily Woodward and Tim Woodward,

Show Times

Monday to Saturday 7.30pm
Saturday matinees 3.00pm


£22.00 / £18.00 concessions
Previews: £10.00 Wed 7th & Thurs 8th June only

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