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FEATURED SHOW: Waiting for Godot makes a triumphant West End return, ★★★★★ reviews are in!

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Have you caught the current West End revival of Waiting for Godot, which has returned Samuel Beckett’s classic to the Arts Theatre, where it had its English-language premiere in 1955? Check out review highlights here – as well as the new show trailer featuring some of them…

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Sneak-peek: New photos of West End-bound Waiting for Godot in rehearsals

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There’s no clowning like Irish clowning. Sneak a peek into the rehearsal room for Peter Reid’s West End-bound Irish production of Waiting for Godot, which returns Samuel Beckett’s masterpiece to London’s Arts Theatre 62 years after its English-language premiere at the same address.

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PHOTOS & VIDEOS: Meet Didi & Gogo as Waiting for Godot returns home to Arts Theatre

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Have you booked your tickets yet for the West End-bound Irish production of Waiting for Godot yet? Sixty-two years after its English-language premiere, Samuel Beckett’s masterpiece returns home to the Arts Theatre next month.

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Waiting for Waiting for Godot: My own experience understudying Beckett

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Being cast as an understudy in a production of Waiting For Godot, around 2004, in North Hollywood, California, had to be one of the worst experiences of my acting life. I had just started a career in Los Angeles as an actor and stand up comedian. I was willing to act in almost anything that came my way.

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NEWS: Richard Bean premieres snooker play in new Sheffield season

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Artistic Director of Sheffield Theatres, Daniel Evans, today announces the company’s most ambitious season to date, including the premiere of new musical Flowers for Mrs Harris and Richard Bean’s new comedy thriller set in the world of snooker, staged just before the annual World Snooker Championships at the Crucible in April

WAITING FOR GODOT – Royal Lyceum, Edinburgh

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For the opening production of the Lyceum’s 50th anniversary season, outgoing artistic director Mark Thomson has assembled a suitably celebratory cast, with Bill Paterson and Brian Cox in the roles of the two men killing time in the countryside waiting for the mysterious Godot in a play where supposedly ‘nothing happens – twice’.