Everyman Theatre

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Waiting For Godot


By Samuel Beckett
Directed by Paul Milton
Presented by The Everyman Theatre Company

Tweedy stars in the iconic role of Estragon in the most significant play of the 20th Century. Also starring Jeremy Stockwell, Mark Roper and Murray Andrews.

Samuel Beckett's undeniable triumph of 20th century literature comes to the Everyman Theatre for the first time ever. Don't miss your chance to see this essential modern classic starring Tweedy.

Two hungry, battered drifters wait by a dead tree. They might have been here yesterday. And they might well come back tomorrow. Unless Mr Godot arrives first. Which he might, if they're lucky. Which they don't tend to be.

The Everyman Theatre company presents Samuel Beckett's iconic play about the struggle for purpose, the power of friendship and the hunt for a pair of decent boots. Fresh and urgent as ever this new production is brought to you by the team behind Quartet, Mrs Warren's Profession and The Glass Menagerie and stars Alan Digweed (better known to Gloucestershire audiences as Tweedy) the star of Giffords Circus and The Everyman Theatre's acclaimed pantomimes. 

There will be a post-show Question and Answer session with Director Paul Milton and the cast on Tue 12 February.

Click here for the Waiting for Godot Educational Resource Pack

"Go and see Waiting for Godot. At the worst you will discover a curiousity, a four-leaved clover, a black tulip; at the best, something that will securely lodge in a corner of your mind for as long as you live." - The Sunday Times


Dates & Times:

  • 16-02-2019 @ 14:00
  • 16-02-2019 @ 19:30


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Everyman Theatre

Gloucestershire's biggest theatre which has been serving the county since 1891, offering a wide range of productions from musicals and comedies to dramas and ballet.

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