A new play - entitled A Russian Doll - will be streamed live from Cirencester's Barn Theatre next weekend.

The venue recently welcomed back in-person audiences with the production, a collaboration between The Barn Theatre and the Arcola Theatre in London.

And now the play, written by Cat Goscovitch, will stream live to a global audience for its final performance in Cirencester on Saturday (June 12) at 7.30pm.

The play, which is based on a true story, follows twenty-something Masha as she becomes embroiled in the world of data and deceit as a member of Russia’s disinformation campaigns during the EU referendum.

Tickets for the live stream are priced at £13.50 with tickets for the both the Barn Theatre indoor run and the global live stream now on sale at barntheatre.org.uk.

The production stars Rachel Redford in the role of Masha.

Rachel Redford’s previous credits include originating the role of Beth in Joe Murphy and Joe Robertson’s critically acclaimed play The Jungle, which she played in the original Young Vic production as well as subsequent productions in the West End, Off-Broadway and in San Francisco.

A Russian Doll, which is directed by Nicolas Kent (All The President’s Men?, Another World), is currently running in Cirencester until June 12.

The world premiere features design by Liz da Costa, lighting by Sam Rowcliffe-Tanner, sound and composition by Harry Smith, AV design by Alex Tabrizi with Benjamin Collins as AV supervisor, Amy Ball as casting director and Katherine Heath as voice and accent coach.

Following the run in the Cotswolds, the production will move to Arcola’s new outdoor space, Arcola Outside, in East London. Performance dates to be announced in due course.

Observer New Review: “Redford’s performance excellent and Goscovitch’s lines crisp”