Audiences at the Old Vic Theatre are in for a treat this autumn as they are presented with this premiere of No’s Knife by Samuel Beckett. A monologue from the Irish playwright is interpreted and performed by Lisa Dwan at the venue from September and it is fair to say that it will be a show to remember.
Described as a production that explores the way in which we strive to stay alive at all costs, No’s Knife will be an eye-opening and interesting production and one that no Beckett fan will want to miss.
Beckett, of course, was responsible for some of the most celebrated plays of the 20th century, including Waiting For Godot, Endgame and Krapp’s Last Tape, amongst others, and his death in 1989 was a huge loss for the theatre world. During his celebrated career he earned a Nobel Prize and inspired countless practitioners.
One of those is undoubtedly Lisa Dwan, who is no stranger to his work, having previously performed his show Not I at locations around the world. She has also appeared on the big screen and in numerous television shows.
No’s Knife runs at the Old Vic Theatre in London from Thursday 29th September 2016.
|Booking From:||Tuesday, 4th October 2016|
|Booking Until:||Saturday, 15th October 2016|
|Wed:||2.30pm and 7.00pm|
|Sat:||2.30pm and 7.00pm|
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