Samuel Beckett

Photos: Lisa Dwan and more celebrate opening night of No's Knife
The adaptation of works by Samuel Beckett opened at the Old Vic
Review: No's Knife (Old Vic Theatre)
Lisa Dwan's adaptation of works by Samuel Beckett is courageous and moving
Review: The Machine (Barbican)
Collectif and then…'s interactive circus installation won the Oxford Samuel Beckett Trust Award
Sarah Crompton: Beckett's writing liberates women
Ahead of the opening of No's Knife at the Old Vic, Sarah Crompton speaks to actress Lisa Dwan on how Beckett's writing for women is rich with possibility
Conor Lovett: 'We're only beginning to catch up with Beckett's work'
We speak to the actor and artistic director of Gare St Lazare Ireland about Beckett in London, currently running at Print Room at the Coronet
The End (Print Room at the Coronet)
The End is the latest offering from award-winning company Gare St Lazare as they explore Samuel Beckett's prose
John Boyega to star in new Old Vic season
Casting for King Lear and Woyzeck has been announced
Max Stafford-Clark: 'I had no vision for this play at all'
By Max Stafford-Clark
The artistic director of theatre company Out of Joint explains why his latest play, a production of Beckett's seminal work for radio All That Fall, has the audience blindfolded
Endgame (Citizens Theatre, Glasgow)
Dominic Hill's production finds space to revel in the comedy in Samuel Beckett's play
5 Minutes with: Charlotte Gwinner: 'I feel like I've been tutored by Samuel Beckett'
Director Charlotte Gwinner talks about her upcoming production of Waiting for Godot at Sheffield's Crucible Theatre