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Waiting for Godot

A tradicomedy in Two Acts – Beckett’s play pioneered an expressionistic minimalism that captured the existential post World War II Europe and man’s inexhaustible search for meaning. This play remains one of the most beautiful and allegorical of our time.

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Zoo Story

The chance encounter of two strangers in New York’s Central Park, by turns fascinating, threatening, poignant and darkly comic, explores the underbelly of urban life and has become a staple of the modern American repertoire.

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Death Row Cowboy

In Jackson County 18 year old Carl Brant dials 911 and calmly tells the operator he has just shot a cop and his own mom. Five years on, in his prison cell, a date has been set for Carl’s execution yet why it happened may never be told.

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Twelfth Night or What you Will

Supported by Stephen Fry, Sir Ian McKellen and the RSC, Liverpool’s award winning PurpleCoat Productions bring Shakespeare’s Twelfth Night on a whistlestop tour of the UK and Ireland.

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