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Thu 11 October to Fri 12 October
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Krapp’s Last Tape by Samuel Beckett
As a birthday ritual since the age of twenty-four - Krapp has recorded his impressions of the previous year. Now, on his sixty-ninth birthday, we meet him recording his current tape, whilst reliving some of the memories recorded when he was thirty-nine. He has always been certain that he has the talent to change the world with his art – but this certainty is worn down in a terrible moment of doubt and despair. Krapp ultimately realises that nothing will ever be different, and his masterpiece has had no effect whatsoever on the world. This notion of a ‘waste of life’ marks the play as one of Beckett’s most ironic and chilling works.
Catastrophe by Samuel Beckett
An autocratic Director and his female Assistant put the final touches to the last scene of a of dramatic presentation which consists entirely of a man standing still on stage.
Bold Productions & Aberystwyth Arts Centre
A double bill of classic theatre directed by Richard Hogger
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