A festival of Beckett’s prose on stage featuring theatre, music and visual art.  

May 17 – June 5 2016. 

The End

by Samuel Beckett

Following their hugely successful run of Title and Deed by Will Eno at the Print Room last year, Gare St Lazare Ireland return with a festival of their acclaimed Beckett productions.


Directed & designed by Judy Hegarty Lovett

Performed by Conor Lovett

Lighting by Simon Bennison

This short story sees an elderly man expelled from an institution of care and left to fend for himself in a largely hostile world.  Exquisitely detailed and with a sublime ending, it is a fine balancing of the tragic and the comic.  

At this stage, having seen nearly all of their profoundly moving interpretations of Beckett, all attempts at restrained objectivity go out the window. Conor Lovett has refined his technique and his empathy to a degree, which surely makes him one of the world’s leading interpreters of the work.”  Sunday Independent

 Tickets £27 & £22

Performances 7:30pm on Thursday 19 May, Tuesday 24 May, Tuesday 31 May 

Running Time: 85mins

Please be aware that Thursday 19 May is our Friends and Neighbours Night, all are welcome however there is a mandatory ticket commission that provides you with a complimentary drink and nibbles during the evening.

You can also watch The End in a double bill with First Love.

Double bill ticket prices £40 & £35

 Performances 7:30pm on Friday 27 May and Friday 3 June

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