Another big premiere at the Theatre Festival from players with pedigree. This time Dead Centre (LIPPY, Chekhov’s First Play and Hamnet) take on the original Irish hipster Sam Beckett telling the story of the apartment in Paris where Samuel Beckett lived with his partner Suzanne during the Second World War. A story of art and resistance, the audience listen through headphones and gaze upon a spectacle of absence. Beckett’s Room features one of our finest acting and writing talents, Mark O’Halloran, who last floored us in Shane Meadow’s sensational mini-series, The Virtues.
Tuesday September 24 to Thursday September 26, 7.30pm & Saturday (27), Sunday (28), 2.30pm & 7.30pm