I’ve recently had word of two theatrical presentations which may well be of interest to our members ….
En Attendant Godot ..... by the shores of Lough Erne?
The opening presentation in Happy Days: the 3rd International Beckett Festival, taking place in Enniskillen from Thursday 31 July – Sunday 10 August 2014, will be a double presentation of Samuel Beckett’s classic “En Attendant Godot” (Waiting for Godot) in two separate productions, one in French and one in Yiddish.
En Attendant Godot will be presented by Theatre NoNo, based in Marseilles, one of the most exciting new French theatre groups, steeped in the clown and cabaret tradition. This will be the first ever professional presentation of En Attendant Godot in Irelandsince its premiere in Paris in 1953.
En Attendant Godot will be performed at the Ardhowen Theatre on 31st July and 1st & 2nd August.
For full details of the festival see …..
The Lantern Man
The play, inspired by the real-life discovery of a collection of glass lantern slides in the attic of a church in Belfast tells the story of Johnny McGrath, who unemployed and down on his luck, signed up for action in France in World War I.
For more information click on the following link …
And finally just a reminder that the film …
Les beaux jours
(Bright Days Ahead)
… a tender and frank romance about taking control and enjoying your life at any age, starring Fanny Ardant, Laurent Lafite, and Patrick Chesnais will be showing at QFT from Friday 20th to Thursday 26th June.
For full details of QFT’s programme see …