Krapp’s Last Tape

Pavilion Theatre, Thursday 28th October - Friday 29th October

Krapp’s Last Tape is one of Samuel Beckett’s most iconic plays. First produced in 1958 it is one of the earliest one man plays produced for the stage and is considered by many critics to be Beckett’s most perfect piece of writing for the theatre. 69 year old Krapp is celebrating his birthday while listening to tapes of himself at 39. Poor old Krapp has only the “sour curd and the iron stool” to look forward to in his old age. Funny, compelling, comic and starring Denis Conway as Krapp, this new production embraces the elements of clown while remaining faithful to the powerful text.

Actor : Denis Conway
Director: Geoff Gould
Set and Costume Design: Liam Doona
Lighting Design: Elizabeth Powell


Date:
Thursday 28th October - Friday 29th October
Time:
8.00pm
Price:
€22 - €24
Address:
Pavilion Theatre, Marine Road, Dún Laoghaire, Dublin, Ireland

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