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Juliet Stevenson reprises Happy Days role at Young Vic in 2015
By Editorial Staff · 25 Mar 2014 · London

Natalie Abrahami's production will return in February

Cast: Totally Tom in Waiting for Godot, Bartlett's Intervention, Nuffield's Tonight at 8.30
By Editorial Staff · 18 Mar 2014 · London

Three major upcoming plays - including a Beckett and Coward revival - have recently announced casting

Review Round-up: Juliet Stevenson's up to her neck in Happy Days
By Editorial Staff · 5 Feb 2014 · London

Beckett's Happy Days, which famously features a character who spends her time immersed in a mound of earth, has been revived at the Young Vic starring Juliet Stevenson

Happy Days (Young Vic Theatre)
By Michael Coveney · 31 Jan 2014 · London

Natalie Abrahami's production of Samuel Beckett's Happy Days opened at the Young Vic last night (30 January 2014)

Richard Wilson stars in Krapp's Last Tape in Sheffield
By Editorial Staff · 20 Jan 2014 · Northeast

Wilson will mark his Sheffield acting debut in Polly Findlay's production

Catherine Love: Great expectations
By Catherine Love · 20 Jan 2014 ·

Are expectations a useful barometer against which to measure our theatrical experiences, or a barrier to enjoyment and surprise?

Michael Coveney: Happy Days for bravo Beckett and glorious Ghosts
By Michael Coveney · 15 Jan 2014 · London

Apparitions are everywhere in theatreland currently, posits our chief critic

Not I, Footfalls, Rockaby
By Michael Coveney · 14 Jan 2014 · London

Lisa Dwan performs three short monologues by Beckett at the Royal Court, ahead of a West End transfer

Opening: Royal Court Beckett trilogy, Globe's indoor Duchess and Donnelly's Pass
By Editorial Staff · 13 Jan 2014 · London

Lisa Dwan stars in three Beckett monologues at the Royal Court, while the Globe's new Sam Wanamaker Playhouse opens with The Duchess of Malfi starring Gemma Arterton

Beckett trilogy starring Lisa Dwan transfers to West End after Royal Court; cast announced for Morgan's Mistress Contract
By Theo Bosanquet · 13 Dec 2013 · Central

Following its sold-out run at the Royal Court next month, the trilogy will move to the Duchess Theatre ahead of a tour

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