A ghostly figure paces a bare strip of landing outside her dying mother’s room…
Three identical urns contain a man, his wife and his mistress…
In Footfalls and Play Beckett offers a bleak, yet tragicomic, view of human existence. Best known for works such as Waiting for Godot, Krapp’s Last Tape and Happy Days, this double bill offers a fascinating glimpse into the unique world of Samuel Beckett. His plays have revolutionised theatre and secured his place as one of the greatest dramatists of the twentieth century. He was awarded the Nobel Prize for Literature in 1969.
Previous Angel Theatre Company productions include: Can’t Stand up for Falling Down, Eavesdropping, More Eavesdropping, 4:48 Psychosis, No Exit, The Maids, Autobahn and Eavesdropping Again.
“Be sure you don’t miss out on this rare opportunity to see performances of Beckett’s shorter works.” The Beckett Centre
Post show Q & A
Directly following the performances on Tuesday 26th February and Thursday 7th March, the director John Patterson will host a Q & A for audiences members. This is free and open to all who have booked a ticket for these nights. John will share details of his approach to directing the pieces and offer insights into the world of Samuel Beckett. Early booking is advised for these dates.