dfp_header_hidden_string

Samuel Beckett

Twenty-five years ago, Susan Sontag staged Beckett’s classic amid the siege at the heart of the Bosnian War. Participants tell Amber Massie-Blomfield how that...

When staging a prose work by Samuel Beckett, one question frequently comes up: what is the point of putting his novels on stage if...

Production notebooks belonging to Samuel Beckett, letters written by JB Priestley from the First World War front line and an uncensored version of Joe...

When the 24-year-old Peter Hall unleashed the first English language version of Waiting for Godot at this very theatre 62 years ago, it caused...

Samuel Beckett’s monologue Not I performed by Touretteshero is among the shows in Battersea Arts Centre’s 2018 season. Jess Thom, who has Tourette’s which results...

Matthew Warchus is turning the Old Vic into London's most eclectic, frequently electrifying, theatre. This year has already brought star-driven Ibsen (The Master Builder...

It’s the most famous cop out in the theatre. Audiences have come to expect the non-arrival of the mysterious title character of Waiting for...

At the beginning, is the end. The End, to be precise, the first show in The Print Room’s unapologetically demanding Beckett in London festival,...

Samuel Beckett was famously exacting about how his work should be performed. And the Beckett Estate has upheld this ethos since his death. So,...
^