'Nothing happens, nobody comes, nobody goes, it's awful!' Two men on a lonely country road. They are both waiting for Godot. They don't exactly know why they are waiting for him, but they think that his arrival will change things for the better. So much for the plot of Waiting for Godot. But Samuel Beckett's masterpiece is one of the most important and talked about plays of the twentieth century. It's meanings are still debated today, so much that some critics are wondering if we are perhaps still 'waiting for Godot' as a society. This modern classic, shot through with black humour, asks many questions about the nature of life and death and the uncertain purpose of what happens in between.
One Tree Theatre Productions are proud to present this tragicomedy, an exemplar of the Theatre of the Absurd, in the 200 year old Cambridge Festival Theatre, a beautiful listed building which forms part of the Cambridge Buddhist Centre.
An amateur production presented by special arrangement with SAMUEL FRENCH, LTD.
Fri 31 March at 7:45pm
Sat 1 April at 7:45pm
Sun 2 April at 2:30pm
Festival Theatre (Cambridge Buddhist Centre)
Adult £10 / Student & Senior £8 / Group discounts and school group discounts available
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