Beast At Bay

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Robin Glendinning's play tells the story of the publication of Boris Pasternak's classic 20th-century novel Dr Zhivago.

Censored by the Soviet regime, the book was first published in Italy 50 years ago after the manuscript was smuggled out of the country.

The book's appearance caused furore in the Soviet Union and a debacle followed when Pasternak was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.

Pasternak....Jay Villiers

Polikarpov....Brian Pettifer

Surkov....Robert Glenister

Bannikov....Jon Cartwright

Olga....Mia Soteriou

Irina....Sarah Bedi

Also featuring John Telfer, Jon Glover, David Collins, Paul Nicholson.

Directed by Tim Dee

Beast at Bay

Robin Glendinning's play tells the story of the publication of Boris Pasternak's classic 20th-century novel Dr Zhivago. Censored by the Soviet regime, the book was first published in Italy 50 years ago after the manuscript was smuggled out of the country. The book's appearance caused furore in the Soviet Union and a debacle followed when Pasternak was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.

SP2007120820130125

Robin Glendinning's play tells the story of the publication of Boris Pasternak's classic 20th-century novel Dr Zhivago.

Censored by the Soviet regime, the book was first published in Italy 50 years ago after the manuscript was smuggled out of the country.

The book's appearance caused furore in the Soviet Union and a debacle followed when Pasternak was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.

Pasternak....Jay Villiers

Polikarpov....Brian Pettifer

Surkov....Robert Glenister

Bannikov....Jon Cartwright

Olga....Mia Soteriou

Irina....Sarah Bedi

Also featuring John Telfer, Jon Glover, David Collins, Paul Nicholson.

Directed by Tim Dee

Beast at Bay

Robin Glendinning's play tells the story of the publication of Boris Pasternak's classic 20th-century novel Dr Zhivago. Censored by the Soviet regime, the book was first published in Italy 50 years ago after the manuscript was smuggled out of the country. The book's appearance caused furore in the Soviet Union and a debacle followed when Pasternak was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature.