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Watt

Gate Theatre Dublin

The bizarre adventures of Watt and his struggle to make sense of the world around him are told with verbal elegance, immense pathos and fierce humour.

Watt is the extraordinary story of an itinerant character who walks one day from a train station to the home of a Mr Knott whom he will serve. The bizarre adventures of Watt and his struggle to make sense of the world around him are told with verbal elegance, immense pathos and fierce humour.

‘McGovern reminded us that Beckett was, among many other things, one of the great Irish humorists... explosively funny’ The Guardian

‘full of comic suprises... and oddly touching as well’ San Francisco Chronicle

Language
Performed in English
TT
Touch Tour
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Audio Description

Gate Theatre Dublin

By Samuel Beckett

Texts from the novel selected by Barry McGovern


Cast Barry McGovern

Tom Creed Director

Joan O’Clery Costume designer

James McConnell Lighting designer

Denis Clohessy Sound designer

Barry McGovern after Samuel Beckett Music

11 August 2012

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