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Three Sisters performed for free as part of Almeida For Free festival

The festival takes place at the end of May

Pearl Chanda (Masha), Ria Zmitrowicz (Irina), Shubham Saraf (Nikolay) and Lois Chimimba (Natasha) in Three Sisters
© Marc Brenner

An entirely free performance of Rebecca Frecknall's Three Sisters is to run at the Almeida Theatre.

The north London theatre is staging the Almeida For Free festival on 30 May, which features a free showing of Chekhov's play alongside masterclasses, workshops and talks.

As well as the performance, the day features a panel on sisterhood featuring actor Mandeep Dhillon, author Davina Hamilton, blogger Grace Victory and theatre and film composer Isobel Waller-Bridge.

Frecknall will also run a directing masterclass and there will be an Insight Workshop with the show's resident director Ebenezer Bamgboye.

Poet Yomi Sode is to run a writing workshop while the Almeida Young Producers will fill the foyer with live music, spoken word and poetry.

Tickets to all the events are entirely free to anyone aged 25 and under and are available to book from 5pm on 9 May.