Beckettā€™s Room

Beckettā€™s Room

A play without performers, Beckettā€™s Room tells 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 ā€“ the absence of bodies on stage focuses us more intently on their stories, on the world changing around us, and changed by us.
From the makers of LIPPY, Chekhovā€™s First Play and Hamnet, this is the biography of a room, and an invitation to bear witness to a world as it disappears.

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