Anton In Eastbourne

Mr Anton arrives for a sojourn expecting to meet a young lady with a little dog.

He knows her stories well, but he does he know his own? Specifically written for Paul Scofield to celebrate his love of Chekhov, this was the last completed radio play written by Peter Tinniswood before his death earlier this year.

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Mr Anton arrives for a sojourn expecting to meet a young lady with a little dog.

He knows her stories well, but he does he know his own? Specifically written for Paul Scofield to celebrate his love of Chekhov, this was the last completed radio play written by Peter Tinniswood before his death earlier this year.

Set in a hotel - Peter Tinniswood's last play created for Chekhov admirer Paul Scofield.

With Emma Fielding and Stephen Thorne.

Peter Tinniswood's last play, written especially for Chekhov admirer Paul Scofield.

From his Eastbourne hotel, the eponymous hero befriends a younger woman.

From his Eastbourne hotel, the eponymous hero befriends a younger woman and persuades her to leave her boyfriend in London. With Emma Fielding and Stephen Thorne.

Set in a hotel, Peter Tinniswood's last play was created for Chekhov admirer Paul Scofield

Set in a hotel, Peter Tinniswood's last play was created for Chekhov admirer Paul Scofield. With Emma Fielding and Stephen Thorne.