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is Dostoevsky's prophetic vision of the Russian Revolution, and the subsequent bloodshed under the Soviet regimes. Inspired by the 1869 murder of the student Ivanov by his former co-conspirators, it warns of the seductive lure and fatal consequences of ideologies. Dostoevsky's tragic satire vividly portrays the impact of radical, nihilist and populist ideas on a provincial town and echoes with particular resonance in today's political landscape.
Archive :: production:T1755710055, play:S772342206, venue:V1087
This event takes place at St Leonard's Church, Shoreditch High Street, London E1 6JN
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