Out of Joint's All That Fall to make West End transfer
The production, which sees audiences blindfolded, will run at the Arts Theatre from April
A West End transfer has been announced for All That Fall, the Out of Joint production which is currently running at Wilton's Music Hall.
Max Stafford-Clark's production of Samuel Beckett's radio piece sees audiences blindfolded as actors move around them in a 360 degree live sound experience.
Bríd Brennan, Tara Flynn, Frank Laverty and Ciaran McIntyre will return to the production with Adrian Dunbar taking over the role of Mr Rooney from Gary Lilburn.
Set in Ireland, All That Fall is one of Beckett's most naturalistic plays, inspired by boyhood memories of his native Foxrock.
Commenting on the transfer, Stafford-Clark said: "I am delighted that audiences have responded so warmly and clearly enjoyed the immersive experience. [All That Fall] is a great little play, and we look forward to being back at the Arts Theatre."
Further casting is yet to be announced.
You can read Michael Coveney's review of the Wilton's production here.
All That Fall will run at the Arts Theatre from 13 April to 14 May.