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Fringe 2022: Godot is a Woman review

It’s 2022 and we are still waiting… Or are we? Eighth in line, anxiously crowded around a telephone, three suited and booted clowns are waiting, but not for Godot.   In 1952, the influential Irish playwright, Samuel Beckett, specified only men could play the two central roles, Vladimir and Estragon, in his most famous play, Waiting […]

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Waiting for Godot

Image courtesy of Alan McCredie. The Royal Lyceum Theatre Company is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and what better way of doing that than by putting on Samuel Beckett’s masterpiece, Waiting for Godot. This play is famously described as a play in which nothing happens, twice. The staging is simplistic and the dialogue is dry. Most […]