Waiting For Godot

Waiting for Godot by Samuel Beckett is an absurdist play, just recently opening Lyceum’s 50th anniversary season with Brian Cox and Bill Paterson. It’s a tragicomedy in two acts about two tramps ‘Waiting for Godot’, whilst shenanigans go on, ranging from eating a carrot to contemplating suicide. I am going to see this tonight at The Lyceum as part of my Advanced Higher Drama course. I’m actually really looking forward to it. I have heard some amazing reviews. The Stage’s editor said it was a must see for this month- I will keep you up to date and post a review tomorrow.


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