£12 tickets to the Beckett triology 'Not I, Footfalls, Rockaby' with an exclusive Q&A on February 12
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- See Lisa Dwan in this one woman performance of three Beckett plays, 'Not I, Footfalls, Rockaby', that has had all the critics raving.
- Receiving five stars from The Telegraph and What's On Stage and four stars from every other publication you can think of including Time Out, there's no surprise it has been described as an 'unforgettable show' in The Independent.
- And if you buy tickets for February 12, not only will you see this show for a great price but you'll also witness a Q&A with Dwan and conducted by our very own Theatre critic, Andrzej Lukowski.
After a critically acclaimed, sell-out run, Lisa Dwan returns to The Duchess Theatre to perform Samuel Beckett's three classic monologues: 'Not I, Footfalls, Rockaby'. This one-woman show has received four and five star reviews across the board and Dwan's performance has been called 'technically brilliant, emotionally fragile, deeply moving, like a wounded bird in a cage of her own devising' in What's On Stage's five-star review.
And on February 12, you won't just see this must-see theatrical masterpiece, but you'll also be privy to Dwan's insight into the characters she plays thanks to an exclusive Time Out event. Our theatre critic, Andrzej Lukowski, will be conducting an intimate Q&A with the leading lady in this special one off event so buy your tickets now to get the full experience.
From Time Out's four-star review:
While we should all feel jolly clever that works as mind-expandingly challenging as Samuel Beckett’s ‘Waiting for Godot’ and ‘Krapp’s Last Tape’ are mainstays of our theatre canon, don’t be under any illusions: those plays are the great Irish dramatist’s pop songs, his greatest hits, his One Direction years.
This, my friends, is the hard stuff, a trio of challenging, formally experimental monologues written between 1972 and 1980, bundled together into a 55-minute package by director Walter Asmus and the extraordinary performer Lisa Dwan...
...this [is] a sensual, sensory experience. The production is precise and technically exacting. But Dwan’s virtuosic performance is not a cerebral one – it’s more primal than that, a dark night of the soul experienced in unnerving triplicate.
Need to know:
- This voucher is valid for one ticket to 'Not I, Footfalls, Rockaby' at The Duchess Theatre from February 3 - 15.
- Please select your preferred option at check out.
- Please note that the Q&A is only available on Wednesday February 12 at 8pm.
- Tickets will be allocated in your selected seating area by the theatre box office and not by Time Out.
- Customers purchasing multiple vouchers in the same transaction and under the same name will be sat together.
- This voucher cannot be cancelled, exchanged, refunded or used in conjunction with any other offer.