Samuel Beckett’s Waiting for Godot will receive a West End revival at London’s Arts Theatre.
Famously labelled as ‘a play in which nothing happens, twice’, the English language version of Beckett’s masterpiece premiered 62 years ago at the Arts Theatre, directed by a young Peter Hall.
This revival is directed by Peter Reid, and will star Patrick O’Donnell and Nick Devlin as Gogo and Didi, two tramps waiting for the mysterious Godot, with Paul Kealyn playing landowner Pozzo and Conor Donelan as his slave Lucky.
This production has toured internationally for the last 10 years and will see Patrick O’Donnell and Paul Kealyn reprise their roles.
Voted most significant English language play of the 20th century in a poll by the Royal National Theatre in 1990, Waiting for Godot continues to appeal to audiences because it invites different social and political and religious interpretations
Waiting for Godot will run from 6 September 2017 until 23 September 2017 at the Arts Theatre.