by Samuel Beckett

4th - 8th November

Directed by Cecil Qadir

Widely recognised as a modern classic, the play is in two acts, described as a tragicomedy by its Nobel Prize winning author - Samuel Beckett, and by a critic as a play in which 'nothing happens - twice', it is an essential experience for performers and theatre lovers.

On a deserted country road the human condition is laid bare in memorable lines that flow like music and laughter into the secret places of the heart


VLADIMIR - Robert Crighton

LUCKY - Michael Harding

POZZO - Malcolm Hollister

ESTRAGON - Mark Jenner